CIVIL WAR ERA CONFEDERATE SOUTH CAROLINA SOLID SILVER MILITIA BUTTON

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CIVIL WAR ERA CONFEDERATE SOUTH CAROLINA SOLID SILVER MILITIA BUTTON.

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A seldom seen example of a Confederate utilized South Carolina Militia button as worn by officers & possibly diplomats. This button was produced by Jean Battiste Marie Muleur of Sens, France & Agry of Paris, France. This type of solid silver button was produced using coin planchets. Albert # SC-18-A or Tice # SC-208. Face depicts a lg. palmetto tree flanked by “S” & “C”. The reverse reads ” * AGRY * 14.RE CASTIGLIONE. MON BOUVET J-B.M “. Full straight shank.

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