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Late 1800's Eagle I Button with Applied Eagle
Item #: AA1799
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This is a non excavated Eagle button from the Indian Wars period. This three piece button is coat size and has an applied American eagle on the face. The back mark is "T. W&W PARIS". One button has an anchor and an ordnance bomb separating the initials and paris, the other has the letters H M. The faces is dent free, no mars or blemishes. The eagle is facing to the right, clutching a laurel branch in the right talon and three arrows in the left talon. In the center of the eagle is a shield with the letter I, to denote the Infantry branch of service. The majority of the gilt is still on these buttons. The shank is still present and standing straight.
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price $40.00 USD