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Non-Excavated Confederate Buttons from the Central Government
Wonderful Non-Dug Confederate Staff Officers Coat Button CS41a
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This is an extremely tough button to find. It is a non-excavated coat size Confederate staff officer's button. This is the Confederate manufactured style listed by Albert as CS41a and in Tice's book it is listed as figure CS284a1.The face of this button is in great shape and has beautiful detail remaining. This is the tougher to find version of the Confederate made staff officer's coat button because it is the one that has the eagle with the wreath with one talon and arrows with the other. The original brass back is present with original copper wire shank is present on the back of the button. When you see this particular version of construction it is believed that these were produced in New Orleans, Louisiana. Since New Orleans fell into union hands early in the Civil War there were relatively very few of these buttons produced and even fewer survive and non-excavated condition. One neat thing about this one, is that the back has a small hole in the brass. Since it was on the back of the button from the factory, they knew it would still work so they sent it into service. This is a great looking & rare version non-excavated Civil War Confederate staff officer's coat button.

Item #: B9509
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$995.00 USD
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