Cool oval cuff button with a dog on it.

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Went back to the site where we found so many military buttons and found the bulldozer pushing up more fresh dirt. While dodging the dozer, was able to pull a few more finds out of this heavily hunted site. Found a few flats, a piece of a nice buckle and this cool little cuff button with a dog engraved on it. Thanks for looking and HH!

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Looks 18th century to me.

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Thanks Kirk. I hope so! Was really hoping for another military button from that site but was happy to dig something different anyway!
 

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Yeah that's a different one. I've found a few engraved animal tombacs, but even those are pretty scare, but don't recall seeing an animal cufflink button.
 

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Yeah that's a different one. I've found a few engraved animal tombacs, but even those are pretty scare, but don't recall seeing an animal cufflink button.
There is a common late 18th Century cufflink with a Running Fox and the word "Tallio". I'm sure you have seen that one, probably just forgot.
 

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That is a nice late 18th century cufflink. Perfect condition!
 

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There is a common late 18th Century cufflink with a Running Fox and the word "Tallio". I'm sure you have seen that one, probably just forgot.


I sort of did forget, but mostly because I was thinking of engraved tombac which I think his button is. I've actually dug a Tallio culllink.
 

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VERY NICE !! :thumbsup:
 
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Thanks IP, Steve and digging440. I appreciate y'alls input. Always nice to dig something from the 1700s!
 

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Thanks IP, Steve and digging440. I appreciate y'alls input. Always nice to dig something from the 1700s!

Heck yeah......thats a nice button!
 

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Wow killer relic there it must have some special meaning as i have never seen one like that before..Colonial for sure..:icon_thumleft:

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Nice Darby nice! That cuff button/link is really sweet. Congrats on scratching out a few finds! GL&HH.
 
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Thanks Blaze, Tom and Rick. Always cool to dig a button with something on it. Thanks again for your replies!
 

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