🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Button?

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I found this at an old church site. Very thin and slightly concave on one side. It has two holes in the center. Seems like I’ve seen something like this here before. It almost seems too thin to be a button.
 

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I found this at an old church site. Very thin and slightly concave on one side. It has two holes in the center. Seems like I’ve seen something like this here before. It almost seems too thin to be a button.
I put my money on a button. The two holes are thread holes. I do not know date but perhaps early to mid-part of last century. Dates just a guess. Some button master will come along and help.
 
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I should add if it's not obvious, both sides the same.
 
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Looks like copper, rang up like a copper coin.
 
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