Dating buttons chronology book warren tice

Hover your cursor on the middle left side then click the arrow that appears to go backwards.Close the slide show or manual show by clicking the X button on the lower right of the image.This is a work in progress, I list items as I get to them, there are many patterns that are not listed yet, this list will be regularly updated as I get pictures and descriptions for more items.I will also correct mistakes, so if you see any please tell me.Thanks to Lou Yeargain, Barbara Barrans, Pat Koehler and Nikki Deal who assisted in the development of this educational resource.They provided reviews, comments or other support including images or buttons for the examples shown.

Evans & Co., there is this difference between the flukes of the anchor, as well as other die variations in the eagle, stars, and even button size.

All items listed are believed to be authentic to the Civil War or as otherwise described.

Any excavated relics have been recovered from private property with owners permission. Record of American Uniform and Historical Buttons, Bicentennial Edition, by Alphaeus H.

Backmarks from the partnership generally bear both names but in either order.

W H Smith also sold buttons bearing his name solely. Smith Young & Company operated in New York from approximately 1830 to around 1858. / N -YORK " rmdc, Scovill produced ca 1840s or 1850s, (Smith Young410)., Reference: Tice, Dating Buttons, page 143, [Plate B-15, 17]. This is the "Ridgeway Civil War Research Center", a research tool for educational purposes only, and is provided at no cost to the reader.

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