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This information is available for research purposes, pictures may be used by permission only Most information on this page is from: Uniform Buttons of the United States 1776 - 1865, by Warren K. Dating buttons; A Chronology of Button Types, Makers, Retailers & Their Backmarks, by Warren K. Directory of American Military Goods Dealers & Makers, by Bruce S. Button depicts South Carolina state seal, palmetto tree, intended for South Carolina troops. / (dot) BALTIMOR (sic) (dot)" dm between outer solid ring, inner ring of large dots, letters are not well formed, likely Steele & Johnson manufacture ca 1850's, (Canfield07). Button depicts South Carolina state seal, palmetto tree, intended for South Carolina troops. / (dot) BALTIMOR (sic) (dot)" dm between outer solid ring, inner ring of large dots, letters are not well formed, likely Steele & Johnson manufacture ca 1850's, (Canfield07).

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South Carolina button, state seal with palmetto tree, "EXTRA / (star) QUALITY (star)" dm, (13.5mm). It is actually a high convex skin fitted over a flat one piece button. Recovered: Bill Hunt, Charleston SC Reference: Albert SC10, Tice SC242A1.

Museum collection., (18.3mm) Button depicts the South Carolina state seal, the Palmetto tree with "SC", intended for South Carolina troops, this size was most commonly used by Citadel cadets. unknown manufacture, ca 1840s or 1850s, (Extra.821). Recovered: Steve Baker Pumpkin Ridge, Clearbrook, VA Reference: Albert unlisted, Tice SC232A1. The quality is superb and the design depicting a "bushy" palmetto tree makes it unique from both earlier and later traditional South Carolina designs. Backmark: "G Floyd & Co / Superfine" dm between three rings Stand up shank intact, slight push, gilded button , clear backmark. Backmark: "W GREGG / SUPERFINE" dm with 3 rings Flat two piece button, stamped face is fitted over a coin style flat one piece button. Recovered: Rocky Sommers, Adams Run near Charleston SC Reference: Albert SC3, Tice SC216A1.... Backmark: "W GREGG / SUPERFINE" dm , flat coin button with lowconvex skin., finely crafted button by this Charleston jeweler. Recovered: Savannah Ga by Steve Terry Reference: Albert SC7, Tice SC236A1.........

Stand up shank intact, gilded gorgeous rare button. Backmark: "Eyland & Hayden / Charleston" Augustus Hayden was a Charleston jeweler who supplied a limited number of buttons up until 1852, operating under several different partnerships.

Stand up shank, sharp button Excavated Gettysburg campaign Reference: Albert SC15, Tice SC262., (18.3mm) Button depicts the South Carolina state seal, the Palmetto tree with "SC", intended for South Carolina troops, this size was most commonly used by Citadel cadets. unknown manufacture, ca 1840s or 1850s, (Extra.821). Clearly this was a limited production run and a rare button.

Of course my buttoning ventures have helped my own button collection grow as well. Picture Buttons: Buttons having designs other than geometric. As actual buttons, as the base of buttons called steel cups, where other materials may be included and as trim.

I’’ve been a member of The California State Button Society for about 15 years. Mosaic: Buttons with tiny bits of glass in the center forming a picture. Mostly Metal and produced in quantity from 1880 to 1900. It is most often seen as facets that resemble marcasite.

I happened to be in the rite place at the rite time.

This is the "Ridgeway Civil War Research Center", a research tool for educational purposes only, and is provided at no cost to the reader. (dot) / EXTRA RICH (dot)" dm between two solid rings, (22.3mm). Backmark: "EXTRA / (star) QUALITY (star)" dm, small size only, very sloppydie from Steele & Johnson ca 1860, (Extra Q05small).. Stand up shank intact, silvered gorgeous rare button. South Carolina button, state seal with palmetto tree,"FINE / (dot) QUALITY (dot) " dm inner ring, (14mm). Button depicts the seal of South Carolina, a palmetto tree over an oak log, symbolic of the Revolutionary War victory at Sullivans Island.

PRITCHARD 1840-1850 JACOB REEDS SONS 1880 GILES RICHARDS 1812 RIDABOCK & CO.

SPIES 1825-1834 STEELE & JOHNSON 1858-1875 STEELE & JOHNSON MFG CO.

1847 WILLIAM WALLIS 1880-1828 WALTON BROS 1860'S WANAMAKER & BROWN 1860'S WISON & STELLWAGON 1868-1873 J.

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