7 CIVIL WAR PERIOD SOUTH CAROLINA BUTTONS

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7 CIVIL WAR PERIOD SOUTH CAROLINA BUTTONS.

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1) PALMETTO GUARD. A rare example of a Civil War period coat button used by the Palmetto Guard of South Carolina. Albert # SC-17-A. The face depicts a palmetto tree w/ serpent, flanked by a “C” & “S” & the state motto is around the rim. The reverse is marked, “ (lion passant) EXTRA GOLD QUALT”. Full straight shank.

2-4) 3 ENGLISH MADE. 3 Nice examples of Civil War period coat buttons used by South Carolina militia troops. Albert # SC-15-A. The face depicts the State Seal of South Carolina & the reverse is marked, “H T & B * MANCHESTER * “. Full straight shanks.

5) SCHUYLER. An exceptional example of a Civil War period coat button used by South Carolina militia troops. Alberts # SC-13-A4. The face depicts the State Seal of South Carolina & the reverse is marked, RMDC “SCHUYLER . H. &. G. N. YORK. “. Full straight shank.

6) SMITH. A good example of a Civil War period coat button used by South Carolina militia troops. Alberts # SC-13-A5. The face depicts the State Seal of South Carolina & the reverse is marked, RMDC “WM.H.SMITH & CO .NEW-YORK. “. Full straight shank.

7) HORSTMANN. A good example of a Civil War period vest button used by South Carolina militia troops. Alberts # SC-14-Av. The face depicts the State Seal of South Carolina & the reverse is marked, “HORSTMANN & ALLIEN . N . Y . “. Full straight shank.

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