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Non-Excavated Civil War Era Union Buttons From New York
Great Looking Non-Excavated 71st New York Regimental Coat Button
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This is a great looking Civil War regimental uniform button. This is the button work by the 71st New York regiment of infantry. It has the number "71" in the center of the button face with the wreath around the numbers. In 1852 the American Guard, American Rifles, New York light Guards and other companies combined to form the 71st New York Militia Regiment. The unit joined Lincoln's Army in 1861 and served for three months. Many of the 71st soldiers joined the 124th New York better known as the "Orange Blossoms". The face has fine detail with some of the original gold gilding remaining in the recesses. On the back of the button it has the original back and shank intact. It has the correct maker's mark of the Scovill Company of Waterbury, Connecticut. This is the style listed as NY61 in Albert's button book and as NY238a1 in Tice's button book. This is a great looking 71st New York coat button.

Item #: B897
Shipping Weight: 0.4 lb
Your Price:$89.00 USD
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