Thought it was a Indian but it was a eagle

creade

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Went out on Tuesday for a little bit. This might be my last hit on on this cellar,it's getting overgrown. Maybe one more time. I did drop a coin somewhere so that's disappointing,I'll have to go back just to look😁I got 4 buttons ,a 1857 flying eagle coin and a 1944 mercury dime. I couldn't even seen the profile of the eagle until I used my Andres pencils on it. The dandy button looked plain until I used the scraping tool on it and it has a C on it. Significant?? 2 of the other buttons have some neat designs on them. They both were plain before cleaning. It's pretty neat when you start cleaning and things just appear. IMG_20200527_190024.jpg IMG_20200527_190551.jpg IMG_20200527_190001.jpg IMG_20200527_190012.jpg IMG_20200527_185926.jpg IMG_20200527_185610.jpg IMG_20200527_185818.jpg
 
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Can you post a pic of the back of your 'C' button? :thumbsup:

I would think the letter 'C' likely stands for the original owners last name, but it could symbolize just about anything. :icon_scratch:

Great finds,
Dave
 
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