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Posted 4 years ago

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jgirljay2
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These are Vintage Buttons from 1900 to 1940's era, the materals used then are no longer used in button production, for example, in the first picture (browns), bakelite, casein & celluloid were used, in 2nd picture, glass, rhinestone & shell or mop(mother of pearl), all of these are very collectible and a great way to remember our history.

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  1. Chapeldreamer Chapeldreamer, 4 years ago
    I love to keep old buttons on hand! They sometimes add that special little touch you need in projects.
  2. BlueMamma BlueMamma, 3 years ago
    hmmmm,somewhere i have an old tin full of buttons that I think was passed from my g-ma to my mother then to me....I really need to locate that,and see what I actually have.These are beautiful by the way,thanx for sharing
  3. lsjewels lsjewels, 3 years ago
    Button owners and collectors, keep metal buttons separate from celluloid buttons.
    The metal buttons will cause the celluloid to degrade and fall apart.

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