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eMedals-United Kingdom. An Early Collection of Livery Buttons, c.1835

Item: GB6982

United Kingdom. An Early Collection of Livery Buttons, c.1835

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United Kingdom. An Early Collection of Livery Buttons, c.1835

This is an extensive and extremely well-preserved group of 24 livery buttons, including a button depicting an embowed arm, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, marked on the reverse “NUTTING & SON, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a button depicting an unidentified monogram, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “HAMBURGHER & CO., KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a button depicting a wolf passant and boar’s head, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 28 mm in diameter, in very fine condition; a button depicting a crocodile circumscribed by the motto of Jamaica “INDUS UTERQUE SERVIET UNI” (“THE TWO INDIANS WILL SERVE AS ONE”), ca. 1800, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “FIRMIN & WESTALL, STRAND”, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a lion rampant button, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in better than very fine condition; an unidentified divisional button, ca. 1825, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING & SON, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a Warwickshire Fusiliers button, ca. 1810, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “I. MCGOWAN, GERRARD’S, LONDON”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a button depicting a torch, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition; a button depicting a whippet and tree, ca. 1830, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 26 mm in diameter, in very fine condition; a Royal Lancashire Militia button, ca. 1812, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “FIRMIN & WESTALL, STRAND”, measuring 22 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition; a 2nd Somerset Militia button, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “FIRMIN & WESTALL, STRAND”, measuring 24 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a button depicting a swan and crown, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 19 mm in diameter, in better than very fine condition; a button with an unidentified monogram, ca. 1838, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 23 mm in diameter, in very fine condition; a button depicting a boar’s head, ca. 1830, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in very fine condition; a King’s Royal Irish Hussars button, ca. 1840, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 21 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a button depicting a double-headed eagle, ca. 1835, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING & SON, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 27 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a Bengal Native Infantry button, ca. 1835, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING & SON, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 19 mm in diameter; a button depicting a phoenix, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “WILLIAM & SON, LONDON”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a button with the arms of Clan MacDonnell of Glengarry, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition; a button with an unidentified coat of arms, ca. 1835, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition; a button depicting a raven, ca. 1835, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a button depitcing a coat of arms with the motto of Clan Halkett, ca. 1835, the reverse marked “NUTTING & SON, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 28 mm in diameter, in very fine condition; a button depicting an eagle and Cross Pattée, ca. 1835, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, 28 mm in diameter; a button depicting a goose, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN”, measuring 30 mm in diameter, in better than very fine condition; all set in a card stock binder with a faux red leather exterior, measuring 120 mm (w) x 200 mm (h), extremely fine.
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