Premier Firearms Auction
November 4,5 & 6, 2022
2 CIVIL WAR PERIOD LOCALLY PRODUCED CONFEDERATE BUTTONS
1) A very fine example of a Confederate local Cavalry Roman “C” button. This button was utilized by Confederate Central Government Cavalry troops. Albert # CS-142-A. Face depicts a block Roman “C”. The reverse has a tinned iron back w/ a shallow depressed channel. The full straight shank is made of iron.
2) A rare example of a locally produced Confederate Georgia militia button. This button utilizes an iron face w/ a brass back. This button was produced locally during the Civil War. Albert # GA-10-A. Face depicts a rather naive interpretation of the State Seal of Georgia. The reverse is brass w/ a shallow depressed channel. The full straight shank is made of brass.