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    us
    Jan 2014
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    Button ID help

    Civil war era?
    The back is stamped Waterbury Scovills
    Perhaps a replica?
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    Working On Bachelor's In Archaeology

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    The first Waterbury Company was organized in 1814, and it may be the one that marked the back of it's buttons. Another firm of the same name was formed by Scovills in 1849 for the production of "German Silver Goods” This button is extremely rare.
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    DiggerKid

    Jul 2014
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    looks real at first glance. It would be a civil war dragoon’s.
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    I wonder how it ended up in the backyard of a home that no longer exists in Utah? Mystery

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    us
    Jan 2014
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    Any advice on how I might get it authenticated?

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    Deep1

    Dec 2018
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    It is an authentic button.
    It was made by Scovill.
    These buttons were made from 1836 to 1902 in different variations.
    Lots of info on Scovill on the web.
    Google is your friend.
    Search : Scovill Waterbury.

    https://inkspotantiques.com/index.ph...page=page&id=1
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    If it's old, I'll dig it, dive on it, detect it or sometimes when I get lucky just bend over and pick it up.

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    Aug 2019
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    Nice FedDragoon .. Congrats
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    Detectorist

    Dec 2019
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    Dang a dragoon button! Those are super cool!
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