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Non-Excavated Confederate Buttons from the Various States
Buttons
SUPERB Non-Dug Texas Coat Button With Gold Gilt Remaining TX6
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Here is one of the most beautiful of all Texas buttons. It is the famous coat size uniform button for the state of Texas. It has the bold lone star in the center with the "TEXAS" lettering around the top edge. It has the finely crafted lined field background. The face of the button still retains a superb amount of the original gold gilding remaining in the protected areas as you can see in the pictures. This is the pattern listed by Albert's button book as TX6 and in Tice's button book he lists it as TX204A2. Tice states that this button was French made for the Republic of Texas before the Civil War. It was made without the retailer mark on the back so it could be sold by any retailer. The original shank is solid as a rock on the back of the button. It is in beautiful non-excavated condition. It isn't often that you get a chance at one of these Texas buttons so don't miss your chance.

Item #: B3492
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