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Excavated Civil War Confederate Government Uniform Buttons
Bentonville Excavated Coat Size Confederate Script Style Infantry Button CS177
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This is an authentic excavated Confederate uniform button for Infantry branch of service. This is the style button listed as figure CS177 in Albert's button book and CSI215 in Tice's button book. The face of the button has the beautiful Old English style "I" that denotes the infantry branch of service. This is the brass back version of the script style infantry. This button made without the maker's mark on the back of the button so it could be sold by any retailer without advertising for the actual maker. They would have manufactured in England for importation to the South through the naval blockade. The shank is intact on the back. This button was found years ago in North Carolina in an area occupied by the Confederate after the battle of Bentonville. Bentonville was one of the last battles of the Civil War. Confederate General Joe Johnston made one last stand against Union General William T. Sherman. This is a nice and original dug C.S. script style infantry button.

Item #: B696
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