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NC 16a button, Richmond, VA with shank.

NC button, Richmond, VA with shank.

Coat worn by Thomas Richmond when he was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1st, 1863. He was in Co. H 6th NC State Troops.

Coat worn by Thomas Richmond when he was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg on July He was in Co. H NC State Troops.

Civil War Relic Ultra Rare One-Piece Confederate Coat-Size Button with Shank

Civil War Relic Ultra Rare One Piece Confederate Coat Size Button with Shank

Private William Boyd Wheless Co. K "the Poplar Springs Grays" 24th NC State Troops, 12th NC Volunteers

Private William Boyd Wheless Co. K "the Poplar Springs Grays" NC State Troops, NC Volunteers. Note the cuff and shoulders stripes, which seem unique to this Rebel and his unit.

Private William H.H. Anderson Co. K 42nd NC State Troops, thanks to Greg Mast.

Private William H. Anderson, Company K, North Carolina State Troops.

Adolphus Williamson Mangum Chaplain 6th NC Infantry

Adolphus Williamson Mangum Chaplain NC Infantry - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

A beautiful condition, non-excavated coat size Federal 3-piece staff officer's eagle button.  Shank intact with "Horstmann" backmark.

A beautiful condition, non-excavated coat size Federal staff officer's eagle button. Shank intact with "Horstmann" backmark.

NC buttons - British make (left) and local make (right)

NC buttons - British make (left) and local make (right)

Sgt. John Pickens Barlow Co. A, the Caldwell Rough and Ready Boys, 22nd NC State Troops, 12th NC Volunteer Infantry

John Pickens Barlow Co. A, the Caldwell Rough and Ready Boys, NC State Troops, NC Volunteer Infantry

Civil War Antiques (Dave Taylor's) February 2014 Webcatalog 02

Civil War Antiques (Dave Taylor's) February 2014 Webcatalog 02

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