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A pretty excavated Confederate solid brass "cast "I". This button has a slick brown-green patina and was recovered on private property from the Battle of Franklin campaign.

Excavated Solid Cast Confederate "Block I" Button. Nice smooth pea green patina on this beautiful excavated Block I. Recovered in Franklin on private property.

Absolutely beautiful excavated coat size solid cast brass "C.S.A." button. It has a beautiful smooth brown-green patina and hasn't even been washed off. The shank is straight and perfect on the reverse. The button was recovered on private property near Winchester, VA.

A really pretty excavated coat size Confederate "Lined A" button recovered on private property from a Confederate camp near Richmond, VA. It is a "CS102-A2" with Superior Quality backmark, smooth brown patina, and shank intact.

Mint perfect condition excavated coat size Confederate "Script I" button. This button was recovered from 1863 Confederate camps on private property along Duck River near Shelbyville, TN. It has a reflective slick chocolate brown patina - Isaac Campbell backmark - and shank intact.

Excellent condition excavated coat size Confederate local Mississippi Beveled Star Miltia button This button was recovered on private property from Gen. Walthall's 1862 - 1863 Mississippi camp located on private property near Estill Springs, TN

A nice excavated coat size Confederate "Lined I" uniform button. This was recovered on private property near Chickamauga, GA. and has a smooth chocolate patina with shank intact.

Absolutely beautiful excavated THICK, HEAVY "ATLANTA STYLE" cast brass rectangular C.S.A. waist belt plate. This fine Confederate buckle was recovered at the Battle of Franklin, TN. on June 15, 2013, and has a pretty brown/green patina, and all three attachment hooks remain intact.

Excellent condition, excavated, pair of Confederate used, floral kepi buttons. This is literally all that remained of a Confederate kepi recovered on private property out of the Camp of Wharton's Texas Rangers. The buttons are beautifully gilted.