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    Oklahoma button

    I dug this button at about 3 inches in North Eastern Kansas yesterday. The size of it is just a bit smaller than a dime.
    I hope someone on here might be able to tell me something about it.
    It has on it:
    The Great Seal Of Oklahoma 1907
    I can not exactly make out the letters in the center.

    Thanks for any help !
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    Re: Oklahoma button

    Thats spelled OKLANOMA(2) lol. Its an imitation button of the Great Seal of Oklahoma(1). I dont know who or why they were made with a misspelling. My guess is civilian blazer.

    Someone found one that says OKLANDMA 1807(3)
    http://forum.treasurenet.com/index.p...,289690.0.html

    It looks like the Bakelite rotted away(4)
    http://www.ecrater.com/product.php?pid=4311194

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    Re: Oklahoma button

    Quote Originally Posted by bigcypresshunter
    Thats spelled OKLANOMA lol. Its an imitation button of the Great Seal of Oklahoma. I dont know who or why they were made with a misspelling. My guess is civilian blazer.

    http://forum.treasurenet.com/index.p...,289690.0.html

    It looks like the Bakelite rotted away http://www.ecrater.com/product.php?pid=4311194



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    Re: Oklahoma button

    maybe they can't copy it exactly, by law or it was made in USA, China

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    Re: Oklahoma button

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER
    Quote Originally Posted by bigcypresshunter
    Thats spelled OKLANOMA lol. Its an imitation button of the Great Seal of Oklahoma. I dont know who or why they were made with a misspelling. My guess is civilian blazer.

    http://forum.treasurenet.com/index.p...,289690.0.html

    It looks like the Bakelite rotted away http://www.ecrater.com/product.php?pid=4311194




    agreed
    The bakelite looks to be the match. Even the shank is the same.

  6. #6
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    N.E. Kansas
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    Re: Oklahoma button

    Man...... I (am) feel stupid.
    I need to go back to school and learn to read and spell.

    Thanks for the input guys, now I will just go stand in the corner.

    ~KANSAS~
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    Re: Oklahoma button

    Quote Originally Posted by Kansas
    Man...... I (am) feel stupid.
    I need to go back to school and learn to read and spell.

    Thanks for the input guys, now I will just go stand in the corner.

    ~KANSAS~
    No its very easy to miss. The only reason I know is I remember the old post. http://forum.treasurenet.com/index.p...,289690.0.html

    Heres an identical button found in the Phillipines but nobady noticed the spelling. http://forum.treasurenet.com/index.p...c,39865.0.html

  8. #8
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    Re: Oklahoma button

    Quote Originally Posted by Kansas
    I dug this button at about 3 inches in North Eastern Kansas yesterday. The size of it is just a bit smaller than a dime.
    I hope someone on here might be able to tell me something about it.
    It has on it:
    The Great Seal Of Oklahoma 1907
    I can not exactly make out the letters in the center.

    Thanks for any help !
    Just found one of these today. Tiny little button, the backing is gone and the gilt is falling off. I'm going to use clear nail polish to save whats left.
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  9. #9
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    monty

    Jan 2005
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    Re: Oklahoma button

    It should be noted that 1907 was the year of statehood for Oklahoma. Monty
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    I stumbled upon this thread because I'm wearing a jacket with these buttons on it! To make a long story short, my grandpa let me borrow his old jacket because I didn't have one when I was at his house the other day. All of the buttons are the same as the one above. "Oklanoma". Interesting. Looks like two cuff buttons, and 5 vertical jacket buttons. Inside is plaid. Outside is tan/brownish.

  11. #11

    Oct 2013
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    OMG - I am searching the web to find my jacket which has these buttons! the maker label is worn off from washing and all that is left is the country of origin - China. The reason I am doing the search is because I would love to replace this jacket. I have travelled the world in it, it is the best piece of clothing I ever had. Does yours still have a label. Maybe it will help me locate another or find if they still make them. I can't go on enough about how great the jacket is. I think it is a copy of a chinese army jacket. Its cotton. good for three seasons - sleep hike, work travel - it is .. well I have tried to throw it out three times and I am wearing it today as I paint shutters on my house. I did see these buttons for sale on ebay as I searched but no jacket. Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by gabeman3000 View Post
    I stumbled upon this thread because I'm wearing a jacket with these buttons on it! To make a long story short, my grandpa let me borrow his old jacket because I didn't have one when I was at his house the other day. All of the buttons are the same as the one above. "Oklanoma". Interesting. Looks like two cuff buttons, and 5 vertical jacket buttons. Inside is plaid. Outside is tan/brownish.

  12. #12

    Aug 2019
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    I have one of these buttons, but my grandma who passed kept all of her buttons in a plastic container also containing a oscar de larento button and a navy civil war button along with this button and many more
    she was 67 in 2012 when she died but had many secrets
    please help me. I have a ton of buttons i refuse to part with because of her

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  14. #14
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    I hate to tell you but I am pretty sure your Navy button is a modern civilian fashion one. To be sure please post a picture of the back.
    My wife does all the driving, I just hold the steering wheel.

  15. #15
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    I found these listed on e-bay as Oklahoma state seal buttons.

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...utton&_sacat=0
    Last edited by fyrffytr1; Aug 10, 2019 at 11:09 PM.
    My wife does all the driving, I just hold the steering wheel.

 

 

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