Buttons sewn to the uniforms of soldiers and worn during conflicts are one of the most popular areas of military-related collecting. In the United States, buttons from the Civil War are especially sought after, and are described as being "dug" and or "non dug," depending on whether or not they have been excavated. Military buttons worn by troops and officers in World War I and World War II are also widely collected.
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