Dirks shield, Pewter Button, 7/8″, 122
In this series of three graduated button, 122 L is the largest size at 7/8″. It is flat with a raised design and works for Frock Coats. Price; 1 to 12 @ .92 each, 13 to 144 @ .84 each, over 144 @ .47 each. The matching buttons in this design are 120 S & 121 F/m.
domed with rim, pewter button, 110
This series of 3 buttons are domed with rim. The rim increases with the size. The largest size is 100 L, it is 7/8″and a favorite with seamstresses for this period.
Matching buttons are 108 S F and 109 F/m. This is also good for possible bags and shoulder straps.
plain flat pewter button, 7/8″ 130, can be personalized
L is for large size, 130 is the button number. The front is a flat circle, with a loop on the back. The material is Britannia pewter. This button is 7/8″. There are 5 buttons like this in different sizes, also a tiny button for shirt \collars.
Good for your everyday large button needs like your possibles bag, or cloaks or a great coat.
Roger’s Rangers Pewter Button, 7/8″, 142
Robert Rogers 144 is the middle size in this series of three RR buttons. No original buttons have been found and this was done for a unit of re-enactors. The sizes is 3/4″; matching styles 137 and 142.
“Rogers’ Standing Orders” are still quoted on the first page of the U.S. Army’s Ranger handbook.
USA Continental Army Pewter Button, 13/16″, 167
A very important Military button. The USA stands for our beginning. #167 is the larger companion to #179. The larger version is 13/16″. It has a dotted edge so it stands out. The letters are intertwined in classic look. Price; 1 to 12 @ .”92 each, 13 to 144 @ .84 each and more than a gross .74 each. The Matching design is #179.
Williamsburg Pewter Button, 7/8″, 170
Colonial Williamsburg had three buttons made with their logo, this is the largest, #170. There is a rampant Lion on one side of the Shield and a Unicorn on the other side.
Size is 7/8″ Price 1 to 12 @ .92 each, 13 to 144 @ .84 each, and .74 over a gross. Matching buttons: 171 & 172.