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 Revolutionary War Buttons


9008 - IX MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT OF 1781, AM9.e, 21mm, 2nd pattern, IX, MASSA above surmounting REG, pewter enlisteman's button, partial shank. IX and some letters above evident, edge erosion but decent shape to edges, most probably from the Wendall Lang Collection originally. An inexpensive example of this elusive large coat issue that is somewhat nicer than the photo dug Camp Robinson's Farm...........................................$125.00


TWO USA BUTTONS FROM THE SULLIVAN/CLINTON RAID IN NEW YORK IN 1779

The Sullivan Expedition, also known as the Sullivan-Clinton Expedition, led by Major General John Sullivan and Brigadier General James Clinton was an extended systematic military campaign against Loyalist ("Tories") and the four American nations of the Iroquois who had sided with the British in the American Revolutionary War. It occurred mainly in the lands of the Iroquois Confederacy, which is today the heartland of New York State. The expedition occurred during the summer of 1779, beginning June 18 when the army marched from Easton, Pennsylvania, to October 3 when it abandoned Fort Sullivan, built at Tioga, to return to George Washington's main camp in New Jersey. While the campaign only had one major battle, at Newtown (since the tribes evacuated ahead of the large military force) along the Chemung River in western New York, the expedition severely damaged the Iroquois nations' economies by burning their crops, villages, and chattels, thus ruining the Iroquois technological infrastructure. With the Amerindians' shelter gone and food supplies destroyed, thereafter the strength of the Iroquois Confederacy was broken. The death toll from exposure and starvation dwarfed the casualties received in the Battle of Newtown, in which about 1,000 Iroquois and Loyalists were decisively defeated by an army of 3,200 Continental soldiers. Sullivan's army carried out a scorched earth campaign, methodically destroying at least forty Iroquois villages throughout the Finger Lakes region of western New York, to put an end to Iroquois and Loyalist attacks against American settlements as had occurred the previous year of 1778 such as the Cobleskill, Wyoming Valley and Cherry Valley massacres. The survivors fled to British regions in Canada and the Niagara Falls and Buffalo areas. The devastation created great hardships for the thousands of Iroquois refugees who fled the region to shelter under British military protection outside Fort Niagara that winter, and many starved or froze to death, despite attempts by the overstressed resources of the British authorities to import food and provide shelter. The Sullivan Expedition devastated the Iroquois crops and towns and left them dependent upon the mercy of the British for the harsh winter of 1779. Catherine's Town was destroyed by the Sullivan Expedition of 1779, one of more than 40 Iroquois villages decimated by the rebel colonial forces in retaliation for British-Iroquois raids in the eastern Mohawk Valley. At the time the town was reported to have 30 houses, fields of corn, and fruit orchards, all of which were burned, in addition to the people's winter stores of corn. The village had earlier been destroyed by Colonel Thomas Hartley in the autumn of 1778. We have two USA buttons excavated 1/4 mile from Catherine's Town [now Montour Falls, NY]. These were bought direct from the excavator. He actually dug four but gave two to the landowner. We offer the following:

80700 - USA MEDIUM COAT, 19mm with full shank. This button has a nice edge with some trace of pie crust and the rim is nice and round. A very strong USA entwined devise. The button is much better than the photo with some light verdigris still in the field that probably could be cleaned but not detracting whatsoever. Straight and solid shank. Very fine and from a very historic site in New York...........................................................SOLD

80701 - USA LARGE COAT
, 22mm with a straight shank. The bottom left edge is missing due to soil erosion but the USA entwined is very bold and the pewter is toned a nice chocolate brown. It was also excavated from the above mentioned site. Priced accordingly being a large coat much scarcer than the smaller coat issues...................................................
SOLD

80704 - 13TH CONTINENTAL REGIMENT, AC13.a, 22mm, no shank, Arabic 13 on a slightly domed face, no border. Excavated near Saratoga, NY. This regiment was formed in January1776 from elements of Massachusetts State troops. This example is by far nicer than the plate button in Troiani. Ex-Deborah Sprouse Collection. Extremely rare especially in such nice condition..................................................SOLD

80705 - CONTINENTAL ARTILLERY, COHORN MORTAR, ACA.d, 17mm cast pewter with loop shank, raised cohorn mortar motif with double ring concentric border, excavated Hudson Highlands, NY. Nice even patina. Ex-Deborah Sprouse Collection....................................SOLD


AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR BUTTONS

2009 - MASSACHUSETTS ORDINANCE 9TH REGIMENT BUTTON, New Item the rarer large coat button with turret shank, 24mm, great face. The large coat issues are many times rarer than the smaller cuff issues, AM09G........................................................$295.00

12246 - CONTINENTAL ARTILLERY, ACA.f, Officer's pattern large size, the French import style repousse sheet copper, cannon with flag, as usual missing the wooden back but an outstanding face that is not damaged as many excavated ones are. Very fine, Ex. William Guthman Collection, and the nicest one we have ever offered! Great surfaces...........................................................SOLD

2082 - USA CONTINENTAL BUTTON, THE FRENCH IMPORTED ISSUE, Small coat issue, 18mm, with a full straight shank. T-AFUSA.f, small letter variety. USA intertwined, sharp face, site not specifically known but most dug have been excavated in New York. Extremely rare and seldom offered................................................$795.00

THE MASSACHUSETTS ORDINANCE BUTTONS OF 1778


12249 - 5TH REGIMENT, MASSACHUSETTS ORDINANCE BUTTONS OF 1778
, AM05.e, small size 17mm, turret shank, Arabic 5 within broken circle, dug by Wendell Lang in the 1970's in the Hudson Highlands, nice face with smooth patina, sharp designs, imported from France in 1778...............................
$295.00


122411 - 9TH REGIMENT, MASSACHUSETTS ORDINANCE BUTTONS OF 1778
, AM09.h, small size 17mm, turret shank, Arabic 9 within broken circle, dug by Wendell Lang in the 1970's in the Hudson Highlands, nice face........................................
$295.00


122413 - FRENCH LOTTERY BUTTON
, 24mm, turret shank, large coat issue plain face, imported from France in 1778 and used on different uniforms due to necessity. Dug by Wendell Lang in the 1970's in the Hudson Highlands. Trifle edge chip, uncommon, some pewter bright plate on the reverse...............
$125.00

42509 - RARE 4TH PENNSYLVANIA BATTALION BUTTON, 23mm, [A4BP.b], Arabic 4BP, enlistedman's large coat button. Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, NY. Served in the Northern Department from March - November 1776 - Lake Champlain Valley - Fort Ticonderoga, NY. Some edge erosion at 6 - 7 o'clock as well as 11 o'clock. VERY BOLD 4 BP, partial shank. A very rare button as the 4th was short lived in service............................$850.00 [BOLDER THAN THE PHOTO]

1074 - MASSACHUSETTS ORDINANCE BUTTONS OF 1778, 7TH REGIMENT, AMO7F, 17mm, turret shank, 7 within partial circle, made in France and imported in 1778 for the state of Massachusetts, found in Hudson Highlands. Partial turret shank, clear face with bold 7, quite reasonable..................................................$195.00

1076 - MASSACHUSETTS 6TH REGIMENT OF 1781
, AM6.a, 23mm, enlisted man large size, 1st pattern with scalloped border and letters MAS over Roman numeral VI atop REG, excavated at Camp Robinson's Farm, with shank, good form to the edges, each detail quite evident, rare so nice...........................................
$850.00

1077 - MASSACHUSETTS 6TH REGIMENT OF 1781, AM6.c, Officer's large repousse button, silvered sheet brass, 2nd pattern. Devise of raised arched MASS over roman numerals VI surmounting crossed hunting hangers, found at Camp Robinson's Farm. Missing bone back as usual, sharp details with some edge damage. If perfect at $2500 button if you could locate one to buy, plate is bright and sharp.................................SOLD

1100 - 3RD REGIMENT CONNECTICUT, 20mm, A3CR.b, 3 CR in a straight line, pewter issue of 1781, with complete shank. Smooth surfaces, extremely rare. Excavated at West Point, NY. This is one of the rarest Connecticut issues, good form to edges, clear and distinct 3 C. R..........$695.00

8010 - 2ND MASSACHUSETTS ORDNANCE BUTTON OF 1778, 17mm, white metal, turret shank, AMO2.d, manufactured in France for the Colony of Massachusetts. Arabic 2 within broken circle, beautiful face with slight traces of plate. As nice as you will find! Found at Robinson's Farm, NY, in September 1971..................................................$350.00

8011 - 7ND MASSACHUSETTS ORDNANCE BUTTON OF 1778, 17mm, white metal, turret shank, AMO7.f, manufactured in France for the Colony of Massachusetts. Arabic 7 within broken circle, beautiful face with slight traces of plate. As nice as you will find! Found at Robinson's Farm, NY, in September 1971...................................................$350.00

8012 - 9TH MASSACHUSETTS ORDNANCE BUTTON OF 1778, 17mm, white metal, turret shank, AMO9.h manufactured in France for the Colony of Massachusetts. Arabic 9 within broken circle, beautiful face with very slight traces of plate. As nice as you will find! Found at Robinson's Farm, NY, in September 1971.............................................................$325.00

10607 - MASS. ORDINANCE BUTTON 2ND REGIMENT 1778, AMO2.d, small cuff 17mm, 2 within circle, with turret shank, imported in 1778 from France by Massachusetts. Bold features, excavated Hudson Highlands, Very fine.........................................$295.00

2125 - MASSACHUSETTS VII REGIMENT, large enlisted man's coat button, Arched MASS over VII, wreath below, full shank, issue of 1781. Perfect edges, second 1 of VII weak, you will never find a VII this large with shank so reasonably priced...................................................$250.00



2126 - MASSACHUSETTS IX REGIMENT
, 1781, large coat, MASS over IX, wreath below, clear IX, edge irregular, no shank.......................................$125.00

2127 - MASSACHUSETTS IX REGIMENT, 1781, large coat, MASS over IX wreath below, clear IX, edge irregular, no shank.......................................$145.00

2138 - UNIFORM BUTTONS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1776 - 1865, Warren K. Tice. 519 pages 8 - 1/2" X 11", hundreds of pictures and descriptions of buttons! This book contains many buttons not covered in Albert's, and also lists every known back mark for each button. There are also chapters on four leading manufactures, with histories of the companies and great photos of their back marks. State buttons section includes buttons all the way back to the American Revolution, with the United State section starting in about 1830, and a section covering the completed period of Confederate manufacture. Out of print...have a few left...................................................$150.00 [have seen on Ebay at $200+] NEW - Still in cellophane wrappers

1160 - 7TH REGIMENT US, INFANTRY, 1798 - 1802 BUTTON, R-7V, US Infantry, 7 within UNITED STATES, n/s, nice clear face with minimum edge erosion as usually seen, excavated Fort Adams, Mississippi Territory, overall fine for type.................................$100.00

11182 - 4TH REGIMENT US ARMY 1798-1802, 14mm, small vest, 4 surrounded by UNITED STATES, GI-28R4, with shank bent back, dark black patina, weak at edge, from an undetermined Southern site..........................................$75.00


123002 - USA MEDIUM COAT BUTTON
, 18 mm shank bent back. Button has a strong USA devise and decent edges. Mottled brown patina, better in hand. Ex-Wendell Lang Collection, New Boston site....................................
SOLD


123006 - USA MEDIUM COAT BUTTON
, 18 mm full standing shank. Well defined USA devise, irregular edge. Ex-Wendell Lang Collection, New Boston site. A bargain at..............................................
$235.00


123007 - USA MEDIUM COAT BUTTON
, 18 mm no shank. A very sharp USA with nice rounded edges, a sharp example. Ex-Wendell Lang Collection, New Boston site...............................................
SOLD


BRITISH REVOLUTIONARY WAR BUTTONS

5002 - NEW YORK - KING'S AMERICAN REGIMENT, 3RD AMERICAN REGIMENT, New Item T-LNYV.b, Enlisted man's pattern, large size, pewter, 24mm, raise motif of oak leaves within double concentric ring with a crown and letters NYV. No shank but clear details and good edge form. New York City find. In New York in 1776, Forts Clinton and Montgomery in 1777. Siege of Savannah and Charleston, returned to New York in 1782. A very rare seldom seen Loyalist New York Button.....................................................$895.00

6008 - 21ST REGIMENT OF FOOT, 25mm large enlistedman's button, T-21.c, small part of shank remaining, pie crust button with thistle and incised Arabic 21, Saratoga Campaign 1777, excavated at Fort Haldimand, NY, nice face and good plate remaining, trifle chip at bottom edge, RARE.................................................$475.00

6009 - 21ST REGIMENT OF FOOT, 25mm large enlistedman's button, T-21.aa/v, small part of shank remaining, thistle and incised Arabic 21, Saratoga Campaign 1777, excavated in New York. Possibly a locally made mold without piecrust. Ex-Robert Thebert Collection. Above average, clear designs...............................................$275.00

6011 - FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR, 15mm un-numbered British button excavated at a British campsite north of Albany, NY. c 1750 - 1765. Two typical air holes on the verso of the button. Basically cuff buttons. Fine and scarce on the market..............................................$45.00

1071 - 20TH LIGHT DRAGOONS, Officer's pattern, 23mm, one piece brass with silver-plated finish, soldered loop shank, Unit organized 1779 - 1783, LD over an Arabic 20 within concentric rings. As a unit saw no service in America but the Troiani plate specimen was found in South Carolina as was this example [Charleston, SC] thus several men from that unit were obviously detached in America to other regiments, choice condition.......................................................$250.00

1072 - BRITISH ROYAL ARTILLERY, 26mm, Officers coat button gilded brass, BRAP.f, three cannons in sunken shield, much gilt remaining, a beautiful example in a seldom seen large size, excavated in New York City, the nicest we have ever offered..................................................$275.00

5002 - 3RD REGIMENT OF FOOT, SCOTS GUARDS, 16mm, Enlisted man's pewter issue, rays from center 3G divided by a thistle, 1775-1783 pattern, no shank, B3G.e, Found in NY City. Nice face slight bend at edge but does not detract from face. Fought at the Battle of Brooklyn and the Battle of White Plains. The following year, in September, the composite Foot Guards took part in the Battle of Brandywine and the Battle of Germantown. Later at Guilford CH and Yorktown. Scarce...................................$225.00

5004 - 10TH REGIMENT OF FOOT, 17mm, pewter, plain face with incised Arabic 10, slightly domed, no shank, B-10.d, found Fort Haldimand, Lexington, Concord, Boston, NY Campaign 1776, Philadelphia campaign 1777, good form, ding at edge unaffecting the button's detail, a rare and desirable regiment..............................................$250.00

5005 - 29TH REGIMENT OF FOOT, 17mm, pewter, enlisted man's pattern, B-29.i, plain face and relief Arabic 29, no shank, pattern 1771-73, found in Florida, superb face. A small part of the 29th involved in the Boston Massacre in 1770, later companies captured at Saratoga, Carlton Expedition in 1780, great form and face..................................................$225.00

10614 - RARE EXAMPLES OF BONE BACKING FOR REV. WAR BUTTONS DUG AT HUDSON HIGHLANDS, 4 bone cutouts from sections of bone that were remnants used in making bone backings for buttons in the Hudson Highland camp. Wonderfully preserved.......................................................$55.00

121801 - 3RD REGIMENT SCOTS GUARDS, 1775-1783, 24mm, enlisted man's pattern, T-B3G-e, motif of rays with 3G divided by a thistle, pewter, dug New York, with loop shank. Sharp face, mottled brown patina, nice form to edges, uncommon...................................$195.00

168 - 21st REGIMENT OF FOOT - REV. WAR, B21.aa/v, 25mm. Enlisted man's large size button, with incised thistle, crown and Arabic 21, Saratoga campaign 1777, excavated in New York. Nice face and small part of shank, above average, possible from a local mold due to the crust edge without pie crust. Ex - Robert Thebert, Sr. Collection........................$275.00

181 - 53rd REGIMENT OF FOOT - REV. WAR, B53.d, 21mm. N/S. Large enlisted manís pattern with raised scroll and dot 53 Arabic numerals within. Burgoyne Campaign of 1777, Mount Independence, Fort Ticonderoga, NY. Clear devises and nice edge form. Ex - Robert Thebert Sr. Collection.....................................$250.00  another slightly nicer, dug near Saratoga, NY............................................$300.00


181a


181a reverse


181b


181b reverse

183 - 60th REGIMENT OF FOOT, 3rd BATTALION - REV. WAR, 16mm. Officerís plated button LX 3. Excavated near Ft. Ticonderoga , NY . A much more ornate button is shown as post War in Trioani but this button is from a Rev War site - 3rd Bat. Sent to NY in 1781-1783. A possibly unique example of a transition button that dates to the moving to NY in 1781, no shank, incuse designs..................................WAS $695.00     NOW $550.00


FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY WAR BUTTONS


3228 - FRENCH MARINE/NAVY ISSUE
, New Item
FCN.h, 17mm, double rope border two pellets within, anchor, exceptional face, turret shank...........................................$195.00

2010 - FRENCH MARINE COAT BUTTON, 24mm, large enlistedman's button, brass, FCN.d. Anchor surrounded by two rope borders, from an old NY collection, specific excavation site unknown. Nice surfaces and face. Very fine..............................................SOLD

70607 - 2ND FRENCH REGIMENT, Provence Regiment, 21mm large 2 within decorative circle, brass, enlisted man's issue, turret shank, F2 X size not listed in Troiani, served as ship's garrison at Yorktown, undetermined site, Very fine............................................$155.00

80231 - YORKTOWN CAMPAIGN, 2ND REGIMENT FRENCH, 21 mm. Coat button, Parcardie Regiment, elements were at Yorktown as garrison troops, straight shank. Only a small cuff shown in Troiani noted as also coming from Yorktown. Scarce regiment.................................................$195.00

3220 - 7TH REGIMENT 'THE CHAMPAGNE REGIMENT', New Item F7.c, enlistedman's large coat, turret shank, 22mm. Served in Rhode Island, Portsmouth, examples found at Yorktown, lovely face................................................$150.00

1061 - FRENCH 7TH REGIMENT, F7.c, turret shank, enlisted man's coat button, Champagne Regiment, very fine, excavated at Yorktown, VA. Scarce size...........................................$195.00

10612 - 7TH REGIMENT FRENCH, EXCAVATED AT WILLIAMSBURG, VA, 17mm, 7 within partial circle, turret shank, nice smooth surfaces, a scarcer regiment than most found in the Yorktown theater.......................................................$185.00

11175 - 8TH FRENCH REGIMENT, 17mm, cuff button. F8.e, Bearn Regiment later Agenois Regiment, turret shank, nice face, excavated near Yorktown, VA, fine.............................$145.00

11176 - 8TH FRENCH REGIMENT, 23mm, large coat button. F8.e, Bearn Regiment later Agenois Regiment, turret shank, nice face, excavated near Yorktown, VA, fine-VF, much scarcer than the cuff issue.......................................................$225.00

5180 - FRENCH 8TH REGIMENT, YORKTOWN, F8.e, The Bearn Regiment, large 8, cuff button with turret shank excavated at Yorktown, small size cuff flan. Ex - Robert Thebert, Sr. Collection.................................................$140.00

5182 - FRENCH 8TH REGIMENT, YORKTOWN, T-F8.e, The Bearn Regiment, 17mm cuff size, 8 within a partial circle, turret shank, nice sharp surfaces. Excavated at Yorktown, VA, nice green patina, exceptionally sharp.......................................$185.00

3221 - 13TH REGIMENT, 'BOURBONNAIS REGIMENT', New Item F13.c, 16mm, enlistedman's cuff button, turret shank, unit at raid on Lloyd's Neck, NY, and Siege of Yorktown, fine..............................................$125.00


1062 - FRENCH 13TH REGIMENT
, F13.f, 17mm, turret shank, Bourbonnais Regiment, excavated at Yorktown, VA. Very fine...................
$145.00


2203 - 14TH FRENCH REGIMENT, SIEGE OF YORKTOWN 1781
, 22mm enlistedman's coat button with turret shank. Agenois Regiment, unlisted in Troiani [22mm]. This button was excavated near Yorktown, VA. Clear designs, some emerald green patination. Scarcer issue...............................
$125.00


3222 - 18TH REGIMENT, 'GATINOIS REGIMENT'
, New Item
F18.d, small cuff enlistedman's button with turret shank, 15mm, served at Savannah, Pensacola, Siege of Yorktown, very fine.......................................................$125.00

1064 - FRENCH 18TH REGIMENT, F18.d, 18mm, turret shank, small cuff issue, Gatinois Regiment, very fine, excavated at Yorktown, VA............$145.00


91306 - 21ST REGIMENT, FRENCH INFANTRY, REVOLUTIONARY WAR
, 16mm, F21.d, enlisted man's cuff cotton, brass, excavated Yorktown, VA. Turret shank, sharp face, very fine example.........................................................
$150.00

5183 - FRENCH 21ST REGIMENT, YORKTOWN, F21.e, Te Guyenne Regiment, 18mm small cuff button, 21 within a partial circle. Excavated at Yorktown, VA shank....................................................................$200.00

91307 - 30TH FRENCH INFANTRY, REVOLUTIONARY WAR, F30.d, 17mm, cuff brass button, turret shank, excavated Yorktown, VA., "Dauphin Regiment." These buttons were used by the Soissonais Regiment in America. Very fine..............................................$150.00

3224 - 34TH REGIMENT, TOURRAINE REGIMENT, New Item F34.v, enlistedman's cuff button, 15mm, turret shank, Siege of Yorktown Sept - Oct 1781, very nice face with nice patina............................................................$145.00


3225 - 34TH REGIMENT, TOURRAINE REGIMENT
, New Item
F34.c, enlistedman's coat button, 20mm, brass, turret shank, Siege of Yorktown Sept - Oct 1781, nice scarce larger coat..................................$195.00

1065 - FRENCH 34TH REGIMENT
, New Item
F34, 16mm, size not listed in Troiani, turret shank, excavated at Yorktown, VA Touraine Regiment, very fine.......................................................$145.00

1066 - FRENCH 41ST REGIMENT, F41.e, 17mm, enlisted man cuff button, Soissonnais Regiment, excavated at Yorktown, VA. Turret shank, very fine...................................................$145.00

1067 - FRENCH 55TH REGIMENT, unlisted button as regiment was not officially in the American campaigns although this button found at Yorktown, VA. Probably by a detached soldier, small cuff 17mm, Royal Roussillon Regiment, very fine...................$115.00

80232 - YORKTOWN CAMPAIGN, 59TH REGIMENT FRENCH, 22mm. Coat button, Rouergere Regiment, missing the straight shank, solid face with clear designs and 59, light green patina. A very scarce regiment.............................$185.00


3226 - 64TH REGIMENT, ARTILLERY
, New Item
FA - 64c, 22mm. Brass coat issue with turret shank, double scroll motif, light green patina. Yorktown Sept - Oct. 1781, very scarce....................................$225.00


91308 - 72ND FRENCH INFANTRY, REVOLUTIONARY WAR
, F-72.d, 15mm, brass turret shank, excavated at Savannah. Excellent face, Siege of Savannah, nice face............................................
$150.00

2011 - FRENCH 77TH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY, known as the Beaujolais Regiment from 1776 - 1786, cuff officers button with bone backing, non dug. 17mm, variant of F77. Old cat gut ties existent. Dug examples of the 77th Infantry enlistedman's button have been found at Yorktown, choice....................................................$175.00

2012 - FRENCH 77TH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY, known as the Beaujolais Regiment from 1776 - 1786, large officers button with bone backing, non dug 25.0mm, variant of F77. Old cat gut ties existent. Dug examples of the 77th Infantry enlistedman's button have been found at Yorktown, choice..........................$225.00

3227 - 85TH REGIMENT, 'SAINTONGE REGIMENT', New Item F85.d, enlistedman's cuff button, 16mm, turret shank, raid on Lloyd's Neck, NY and the Siege of Yorktown, nice bold face, very fine..................................................SOLD

2013 - FRENCH 85TH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY, known as the Saintonge Regiment, the 85th fought at Yorktown and the raid on Lloyd's Neck in July 1781. Maj. Gen. Vicomte de Viomenil commanded this regiment. Officers cuff button with bone back and cat gut ties. 17mm, F85.b. Choice non-dug condition.............$195.00


1068 - FRENCH 85TH REGIMENT
, F85.d, 17mm, turret shank, Saintonge Regiment, excavated at Yorktwon, VA. Very fine.......................
$145.00

1069 - FRENCH 104TH REGIMENT, F104.c, enlisted man's coat button, 26mm, The German regiment, Royal-Deux Ponts Regiment, excavated at Yorktown, VA. Some edge erosion but butter than the plate button in Troiani, a rare button.............................................$225.00


JUST RELEASED THE NEW EDITION OF DON TROIANI AND JIM KOCHAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR REFERENCE BOOK ON BUTTONS, PLATES AND GORGETS...

Insignia of Independence includes 200 new buttons not found in Military Buttons of The American Revolution, 262 photos of accoutrement plates and gorgets, and 45 portrait images of officers and enlisted men, most of which are in color. Following decades of intense research, this is the final word on buttons, plates, and insignia of the American Revolution. The two most qualified experts in the in the realm of Revolutionary War militaria have joined forces to present the collecting community with this fabulous opus. Years in the making, it will not be surpassed; the finished product has proven greater than its parts. A delight to behold, its illustrations are exquisite, the design is engaging and it has been organized in a logical manner while avoiding the temptation to over-write. Don and Jim have proven themselves to be the preeminent authorities of our generation.                                          -- Mike O'Donnell, author

312 pages (8 1/2" X 11") printed on 70 lb gusto satin stock, Smyth sewn binding with 4-color printed hardcover. 

Available for immediate shipping. A must for the serious collector of Revolutionary War buttons and plates...................................................$75.00


 

 
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