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United Kingdom. A Mid-19th Century Button Collection

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United Kingdom. A Mid-19th Century Button Collection

This is an extensive and extremely well-preserved group of 28 livery buttons, including:

A heraldic lion rampant button, unmarked, measuring 26 mm in diameter, in very fine condition.

A United States Army artillery officer’s button, ca. 1835, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “A.W. SPIES, RICH.”, measuring 20 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition.

A decorative button, constructed of silvered bronze, unmarked, measuring 20 mm in diameter, in very fine condition.

A Scottish Northern Lighthouse Board button, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “TREBLE GILT”, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A small decorative button, constructed of gilded bronze with silvered adornments, unmarked, measuring 19 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition.

A large decorative button, constructed of gilded bronze with silvered adornments, unmarked, measuring 22 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition.

A small lion rampant button, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “W. & R. S. TREBLE GILT”, measuring 15 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A large lion rampant button, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “TREBLE GILT STAD. COLOUR”, measuring 17 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A button depicting the arms of Richard Boycott Jenkins, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN, LONDON”, measuring 32 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition.

An 11th Hussars button, constructed of silvered bronze, unmarked, measuring 17 mm in diameter, in very fine condition.

A lion rampant button, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “W. & R.S. TREBLE GILT”, measuring 15 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A British Army Commissariat Staff button, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

An unidentified coat of arms button, ca. 1835, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN, LONDON”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A plain button, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “SUPERIOR QUALITY”, measuring 23 mm in diameter, in better than very fine condition.

A United States Army artillery officer’s button, ca. 1820, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “TREBLE GILT STAND. COLOR”, measuring 15 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A British-manufactured Republic of Colombia button, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marled “TREBLE GILT ORANGE COLOUR”, measuring 20 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A Queen’s Royal Regiment button, ca. 1830, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “NUTTING, KING ST., COVENT GARDEN, LONDON”, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

An unidentified heraldic button, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition.

A Colombian merit button, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A Colombian Army button, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A decorative button, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 18 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A United States Navy button, ca. 1840, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A United States Navy button, ca. 1840, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “TREBLE GILT STAND. COLOR”, measuring 16 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A French presidential guard button, constructed of gilded bronze, unmarked, measuring 15 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

A United States Marine Corps button, constructed of gilded bronze, the reverse marked “HEIBERGER, WASHINGTON”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in better than very fine condition.

A Connaught Rangers button, ca. 1890, constructed of bronze, the reverse marked “PITT & CO., ST. MARTINS LANE, LONDON”, measuring 22 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition.

An unidentified monogram button, marked on the reverse “THO’S J. DUNN M.F.R. N.Y.”, measuring 25 mm in diameter, in very fine condition.

A French presidential guard button, unmarked, measuring 15 mm in diameter, in extremely fine condition.

Presented in a red card stock binding, measuring 130 mm (w) x 202 mm (h).

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