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    Posted 6 years ago

    Bubbles4Bu…
    (2 items)

    They appear metal but I can't really tell.Could be hard plastic. Found amongst various other buttons in grandmother's collection.First one is roughly a tad smaller then a nickel with a windmill design.Second is fine size with an eagle.The third range from quarter size to dime size with
    various pinwheel like flower designs with little stones in them.

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    1. Dicentra, 6 years ago
      First is a picture button, not sure if it is story or theater related. I am still pretty new to button collecting myself. It is possibly Victorian but can't be sure. Second is a Great Seal of US button. It is the type that has been used for all military uniforms since the Civil War. Looks like it might be brass, although quite tarnished if it is. The third pic looks like a group of cut steel embellished buttons. All would be Victorian era.
    2. antiquerose antiquerose, 5 years ago
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