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There are many interesting facts about US military uniform buttons. Here are some of those - with examples, all buttons pictured are from my collection. His book, the first book listed below, is a must for US military button collectors, as well as various other references on buttons and backmarks. David U. Air Force Military Uniform Buttons and U. Air Force Communications Patches.

Some buttons like gaiter buttons were not photographed. Uniform Buttons for British Regiments of Foot. P Regiment de Meuron P. G G Royal Marines P. Any unauthorized use of material contained here is strictly forbidden. All rights reserved. Price and Minimum Quantity. Because our Buttons are Custom made, they cannot be returned. If the button you are looking for is not available, we research, design and manufacture a mold for you.

However this charge is waved if the size of your order is over buttons. Button Sections:. Heritage and Military Uniform Buttons Home. Contacting us. I don't have much left for duplicates and would really love to start selling buttons full time until I get my studio up and running better yet, until I start selling my jewelry. I'm sure I can find a way to atleast cover the shipping cost.

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I'm just shy of 40 years old and desperate to make a better future for myself. I've been through far more than my fair share of trials and tribulations in life and I'm just so ready to become the person I'm meant to be. Any button donations would be beyond appreciated! You can reach me at: newdaysaredawning gmail. I went metal detecting and found a button, it says its got kk a cross at the top lot of design. I have identified a few of my buttons as whistle buttons, two holes on the bottom and one whole on the top.

I think buttons are fascinating! Great article I have recently started to use buttons in my jewlwery making Very informative. I recently inherited over 9 lbs.

Of buttons. I have questions regarding some of these and I can't find anything for some the buttons I have. My grandfather who passed away 24 years ago and bought them at an auction in the early 's. If you could help or answer some questions, I'd greatly appreciate it. I washed one of my buttons and now it smells faintly of old fish, any ideas what it could be made of? My parents owned a costume buisness when I was little, 40 years ago. This is so helpful, thank you! I have 3 black plastic Girl Scout buttons.

I have not been able to find any information about them.

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Can you help? I have unearthed a 2 hole lead button near some battlefields in Scotland of Cromwell era. Each button has a small picture of what looks to be victorian age men and women. Each button has one person and each button has a different person.

They look to be very old. Any thoughts? There is one large and three smaller ones.

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Can anyone help me? Buttons from my great-great-grandma, circa perhaps? Grandma bornI know, so calculating that her grandma was born aprox I just found a small box from my 93 yr-old Mom's home labeled that they are from her great-grandma!

I never knew what a jet bead was until 30 minutes ago! Must be of 'em, plus all sorts of other black glass buttons - I think, intricately cut with shiny and matte finishes together. Quite beautiful. A whole new world to me! Who knew? And many other assorted, glass ones. Now, for you experienced button people All suggestions appreciated.

We have no children to pass them along to.

I recently was given some old buttons. Could be from the 40's. They have a theme on some of them and are mounted on a cardboard some are in a frame. I don't really know anything about them and was wondering if your have any idea of where to get a book or who could tell me about them. Buttons have perked my curiousity and have found them to be very fascinating. Your article was informative and extremely helpful. Thanks for your help.

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I really enjoyed your article. Very informative. I have so many old buttons. Do you know of any collectors or appraisers? Thank you.

Nice info thank you. I have a button that looks as though it's made from jet. I've just recently became an avid collector of antique buttons; please suggest what books are best for finding information; I've some really old beautiful buttons. Great information! I have Been collecting buttons for years. However had them tucked away for the last 10 years and have Now rediscovered my love for them.

Can you recommend any books that have a Good pictures, history, and value? Mine are mostly vintage, Celluloid, bone, glass I am always late when it comes to good luck I would love your old buttons to take up a new home with mine but I am pretty sure you have already let yours move on I have been saving since I was about seven I just love them thank you very much.

I would love your buttons. I have been collecting for about 8 years so I have a small collection but I lve everything about buttons. Please tell me how to reach you so we can discuss your buttons. Loved your findings. Excellent job my husband have a hard time even with glass lol but your findings just gave us some hope for identification sake.

Dating buttons; A Chronology of Button Types, Makers, Retailers & Their Backmarks, by Warren K. Tice. Directory of American Military Goods Dealers & Makers, by Bruce S. Bazelon and William F. Guinn. Record of American Uniform and Historical Buttons, Bicentennial Edition, by Alphaeus H. Albert.

Thank you,Teresa Phillips. I have been in love with buttons since my grandmother born gave her button can to my mother. This interest was highlighted by the poem "Family Buttons. Great article. I have been collecting buttons for years. My mother made me a jacket and I sewed many of my mother's collection on the label. Unfortunately now the jacket doesn't fit.

I hate the thought of reserving all of thos buttons onto another jacket. I may take the jacket apart and remake the jacket with the button lapels. It's a beautiful jacket. Bobble you can sell your buttons on. Is there a market for old buttons And how do you find their worth? I have my grandmother's buttons in her old chocolates tin. She was born in I bet there are a lot of surprises in there.

You have inspired me to sort through them. Because I seem to be the only one in the extended family that still sews, I have been the one to whom all sewing and knitting goods of our lost old ones has been directed.

Over the years, I am now 76, I have amassed a large and I mean extensive collection of buttons, quit a lot of them seem to be from the 19th and early 20thC. I have found your article here very helpful and I shall now use the information to sort the sheer from the goats, so to speak!

Generally military uniform buttons of the Civil War era and earlier command the highest prices, and are in more demand that fashion or private company uniform buttons. Scovill Buttons Prior to and during the Civil War, Scovill was the most prolific button manufacturers. The Scovill name is common on buttons from the to the s. Some brass or copper buttons had a painted or enameled finish. One of the most sought after metal buttons are brass picture buttons from the Victorian era. Some metal buttons were ornamental and some were embossed with patterns or pictures. There are metal buttons from the revolutionary war through the civil war era that were on military uniforms. Home > Dating Buttons by Shank Style and Material. Dating Buttons by Shank Style and Material. Here are two interesting guides to shanks. I'm actively looking for the sources so I can credit these. Stanley J. Olsen entitled "Dating Early Plain Buttons By Their Form", American Antiquity, Volume 28, Number 4, April Pictorial handout.

Many thanks. I enjoyed your article and the photos are great. It's this kind of enthusiasm and love of buttons that inspired me to write my poetry book on buttons. You might enjoy reading it- you can find "Haiku for Button Lovers" on Amazon: www.

I had several buttons I had been collecting for about 35 years, some were my Mother's. I am now trying to learn about them as well.

Sure wish I had know before I started breaking backs off, filing down, etc. Hoping someone here can tell me if I have done terrible justice to the buttons I had I have some old French buttons still on the sales card.

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The bottom of the card is printed " L. B " - do you know what that might mean please? Thanks in advance. Super article, thank you. I do so wish for 10 lb of old buttons!

One point about bakelite. That business of a yellow residue being an identification point - it works, only so long as the button has not been cleaned recently. Also, it works with water if that is the case. You don't need anything else.

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The smell, though, you are right - always there. Except, I find, in the hayfever season Hello, I found some buttons that are very old. They are made of a soft metal.

Does anyone have any information on buttons made with a soft metal? There is a national button society as well as state and local chapters across the US. Check on line and come to a meeting near you to find out about buttons. Members have been collecting since the 40s. We are always looking for new members. Buttons are the 3ird largest collectable in the world. Also there are national conventions as well as local.

Check us out! Really enjoyed your research and pictures. I make button bouquets from my mothers old buttons. These colors were deliberately made. I have been collecting buttons since I have a pretty big collection. My favorite is glass buttons they are so beautiful.

I would like to sell my buttons because I will be moving in a few short weeks and I wont be able to take a lot of things and I could use the extra money for the move. Do you have any idea how much I should ask for them and how I might get a hold of someone who would be interested.

I have all colors of glass buttons, hand painted glass buttons, bone buttons, all the kinds of plastic buttons and metal buttons. Some of these buttons are pretty old. I would appreciate any help can you give me.

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I have a large collection of buttons from glass to wood to Bakelite and military brass. I cannot find enough information about them. Can you or your help. I have found your sight more informative then most.

I have been collecting buttons for the past 2 years, I have one found made of stone. My purpose of looking, is going around charity shops and finding unusal shaps designs, colour and the material they are made from. Last week I was in the Blanchard Springs area of Arkansas.

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We looked down and saw a object that was out of place. With your help I now think that it is a pewter button. No telling how many years this was in the river or where it came from. Thanks for the info. Thank you for your blog, it's made me very interested in the buttons I just found in a beautiful wooden sewing box of my great grandmothers. I am trying to figure the composition of a button I found in the debris while doing demo in a plaster-and-lathe [20's's?

Uniform Buttons of the United States - , by Warren keitaiplus.com Dating buttons; A Chronology of Button Types, Makers, Retailers & Their Backmarks, by Warren K. Tice. Directory of American Military Goods Dealers & Makers, by Bruce S. Bazelon and William F. Guinn. Compare all your metal buttons. Many of these will be different military buttons with designs. Keep and eye out for metal buttons with figures on them, such as a policeman or fireman. Metal s Civil War buttons are also very collectible. Some metal buttons have an enamel or cloisonne surface, which makes them highly desirable. Buttons sewn to military uniforms and worn during conflicts are among of the most popular areas of military-related keitaiplus.com the United States, buttons from the Civil War are especially sought after, and are often described as being "dug" and or "non dug," depending on whether or not they have been excavated. That, however, does not mean that a tarnished button is evidence of authenticity.

This information is so helpful. I work in a thrift store and had no idea about the different types of buttons. A tip for storage-don,t mix types of buttons.

Apr 06,   Military Buttons of the Gulf Coast , by Dan Jenkins American Military Button Makers and Dealers; Their Backmarks & Dates, by William F. McGuinn and Bruce S. Bazelon Dating Buttons; A Chronology of Button Types, Makers Retailers & Their Backmarks, by Warren K. Tice. Military Uniform Buttons The Napoleonic Wars: Great Britain See also our wool and military braid and trimmings section. P- Pewter G- Gold Plated S- Silver Plated B- Brass Plated *All shanks are wire just like the originals. Cast shanks cut threads, damage the cloth of the uniform, and force the button . Antique Vintage Buttons Military Buttons Civil War Era? Confederate Infantry? in Antiques, Sewing (Pre), Buttons. Thomas Samuel Orr Civil War Relics. Native American Tools Native American Artifacts Native American History Native American Indians Native Americans Indian Artifacts Ancient Artifacts Rock Hunting Coyote Hunting.

Metal buttons and mop buttons will cause plastics to rot-mop will make metal corrode and the metal will make the surface of mop buttons deteriorate. So separate, and watch what you store them in. Glass jars are still the most reliable and non-reactive. I have a Victorian high quality vest with hunting scene brass backed buttons Sure would like to know their worth and where to sell them. I have a lot of vintage buttons. Is there anywhere in Tucson or Phoenix where I can take some to find out what they are worth?

Nancy Smith, I am a button collector and love every button I have. I also give button shows and love to tell about them. Do you have a price you want for them? I have many buttons collected by my grandfather who died in I know nothing about the buttons and will not have time to study. I have terminal cancer and would like them to go to someone who appreciates them rather than the rubbish.

Who would I contact? I would really appreciate knowing what todo with these. I am not sure if any are valuablr. I have some red leather buttons with a leather shank, I think they came from Germany, is there any value to them?

My mom and I recently purchased 5 gallons of assorted buttons from a store that was opened in teens and closed sometime in the last couple if years.

The buttons were saved over the years by the seamstresses that worked there. We have thousands of buttons of all the sorts you listed here plus rubber, paper and so far unidentifiable materials.

Our work is certainly cut out. We have not cleaned any as when we are finished sorting, we will leave that job to the future owners. Age patina is often an asset to vintage items and we did not know if buttons are the same. Thank you for the warning on celluloid, we will now be punching holes in the plastic baggies we have been using for matches. There certainly are some wonderful buttons in our massive collection.

We will be creating a website for our collection when we have finished putting it in order. Identifying the different types of plastic is looking to be an enormous undertaking thank you again for thd information and also for tge references to other resources.

Thanks for your button blog, I've just started to appreciate the different types so this info was really helpful. Wish I'd read it before I washed a batch of mixed material buttons last night, though.

I am doing an jewelry appraisal on some antique hand carved buttons made out of Jet from an old military uniform. I have no idea what to value them at. They are very cool. Jet in general is a great material. Any info? I have a number of older metal, leather covered, and unusual buttons Any contact information appreciated. Hi, Thank You for all the information posted. I was recently awarded a lot of buttons from a NJ based company I believe to be from the later 's They are on original boards from salesman most of them and are samples.

Some are loose. I want to sell them, but dont know the best place to post them and am a bit overwhelmed with prices and where to start. I know some are pearl, but believe most are plastic, some shell, maybe coconut and wood. I really think they are knock offs of greater styles and may not be worth much, but still important to those who craft.

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Have you seen rubber type buttons? Where should I go for appraisals on my buttons? Is there a price list. Ms Jamie - My apologies for wording that last comment of mine as I did. Perhaps I should have explained that the "missing button" was impossible to properly record in a photograph - or, for that matter, as a verbal description. It was "missing" and, this, incapable of being recorded or described.

It was on my shirtfront the day before it went into the laundry, but it was gone the day I tried to button my shirt. Being as careless as I am about my apparel, I cannot even remember the color of the shirt, much less of that missing button.

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Please choose which areas of our service you consent to our doing so. Jamie Brock more. Celluloid Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning Celluloid Buttons To tell if a button is Celluloid, run it under hot water and then smell it. Bakelite Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning Bakelite Buttons One way to identify a Bakelite button is to run hot water over it and then smell it.

Lucite Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning Lucite Buttons Lucite will have no smell if you run it under hot water and generally stays pretty clear over time. Vegetable Ivory Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning Vegetable Ivory Buttons One way is to look at the material in or around the shank or button holes.

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Metal Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning Metal Buttons You may need to clean them off with a polishing cloth to see what metal they are but be gentle on painted metal buttons so you won't rub the paint off.

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Glass Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning Glass Buttons To identify if a button is made from glass or not is to lightly bump it against your tooth or a glass table.

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China Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning China Buttons These are all sew through buttons and many had stencil-like patterns or colored decals on them. Mother of Pearl Shell Buttons. Bone Buttons. Identifying and Cleaning Bone buttons Bone buttons were heavier than plastic buttons. Fabric-Covered Buttons. Cleaning Fabric-Covered Buttons The important thing is if you clean it, be very careful not to to scrub on the fibers.

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Cleaning Antique or Vintage Buttons in General It's best to take the safest route when cleaning vintage buttons. Thanks for reading and happy button collecting! I love Comments as much as buttons!! Anyone help I would love more information on clay buttons What was there use A friend as several and they have moulded faces of kings, Queens and Shakespeare.

Hi Jamie TY for your article it was very helpful Vernon Plumb pvernonplumb gmail. You can pm me at www. I have several button like your pictures. I have wooden buttons shaped like sombreros with woven hat bands. Not sure what I have found! Appreciate any help! I don't really know anything about them and was wondering if your have any idea of where to get a book or who could tell me about them greyparrot2 hotmail.

I may have read this wrong They're not Bakelite and not celluloid. Am I getting mixed up? Auction find lead to your article. Very welcome information thank you. Question on reproducing an antique button. No marks seen to identify. It is a pewter pressed dog. Thank you for the article. I have an old antique war button n can't find a pic nowhere need some help on this. Thank you for the information.

You dd a great job! Am curious about Jett buttons. I have been saving buttons for years! Can't believe how much they cost now! Thanks in advance, Sue. I make button bouquets from my mothers old buttons, Wish i could find 10 pounds somewhere! Hi I am trying to identify a button and the year need to load a picture. I don't see a single celluloid button in your picture of celluloid buttons.

I would appreciate any help can you give me Thank you Julie L. Really enjoyd reading about your journey. I have had a similar. This was the most informational site I've visited so far. Thanks button buddy!

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