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Merf

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I found this today a an 1800s field site. It measures one inch in diameter and is one millimeter thick.
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This is one of those buttons that kind of breaks the 2 piece rule. It was made when all the 1 pieces were made in the early 1800s but had a fancy, & sometimes openwork attachment to its centre via the 2 holes. These were often plated as well.
 
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Merf

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This is one of those buttons that kind of breaks the 2 piece rule. It was made when all the 1 pieces were made in the early 1800s but had a fancy, & sometimes openwork attachment to its centre via the 2 holes. These were often plated as well.
Thanks crusader. Greatly appreciated.
 
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This is one of those buttons that kind of breaks the 2 piece rule. It was made when all the 1 pieces were made in the early 1800s but had a fancy, & sometimes openwork attachment to its centre via the 2 holes. These were often plated as well.
Solved. Thank you much
 
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