Can someone please help me

Variable19

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Can someone please help me identify this button? It was found in an area that was established in the very early 1800’s and once had a cheese factory on it. You may have to click the image and expand it to see the letters. Thanks!
 

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Variable19

Variable19

Newbie
Dec 11, 2021
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North East Ohio
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Garrett Ace 400
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Relic Hunting
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Welcome to TNet! Even enlarged, it's hard to make out.
Yeah I am having trouble figuring it out.....when I hold light to it and look at the shadows some of the letters pot out more. My wife and I are at a road block on this thing. Hopefully someone will recognize it. And thank you I am glad to be here now that my wife and I are getting into this full swing. :)
 

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I reprocessed the image to see if the lettering could be more readable.

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villagenut

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I spy the word standard so it is probably a British import one piece flat button that said standard colour or something like that....prob fro. 1820 1830
 

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Can someone please help me identify this button? It was found in an area that was established in the very early 1800’s and once had a cheese factory on it. You may have to click the image and expand it to see the letters. Thanks!
Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 
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Variable19

Variable19

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Dec 11, 2021
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North East Ohio
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Garrett Ace 400
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
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I spy the word standard so it is probably a British import one piece flat button that said standard colour or something like that....prob fro. 1820 1830
I am finding similar looking buttons to what you are saying thank you.
 

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