2 piece Waterbury button

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They look like Yacht Club buttons.

maybe similar to this one
 

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Thank you for your help. I’m thinking yacht club as well.
 

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What part of the world did you find them in? There is a Houston Yacht club, Hampton yacht club, Hyannis yacht club, etc. etc. And, could you post a clear picture of the back?
 

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Image of the back

Says Waterbury button co.
 

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The following information may or may not be helpful in your quest to correctly identify your Boston-dug HYC button. It's backmark saying "WATERBURY BUTTON CO ***" was only used from 1890 to 1942, the year when the company changed its name to Waterbury Companies (plural). The backmark was changed to "WATERBURY CO'S CONN".
 

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