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    Elite Member Digger Don's Avatar
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    Has Anyone Ever Seen this Button Before?

    My son dug this dug in Pa. a few days ago.
    I'm trying to ID it, but with no luck.
    Any help with an Id would be appreciated.
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    Oldest Coin: 1699 William III Halfpenny


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    Indian 13, Buff 3, V Nik 2, Rosie 3, Barber Dime 5, SLQ 2, barber qtr 1, wash 3, war nik 1,

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    What's the back look like?

    It appears to be a button that was made to look like a buckle. Wild!
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    It's a sash buckle that identifies as a button
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