130 is the larger of two flat brass buttons. The size is 7/8″.
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102 S is the style number of the button, the S (small) is for the price group. This is a small 9/16″ button identical to the 101-L. It will go for cuffs, waistcoat buttons and such. This antique button has a winged phoenix with a wreath around the edge.
109 M is in a series of 3 buttons are domed with a rim. The rim increases with the size. 109 M (medium), it is 11/16″ and a favorite with seamstresses for this period.
Matching buttons are 108 S F and 110 L.
Button #71 L is the larger pewter buttons. It is 13/16 ” in size This button was made for the unit with instructions as to their design.
S is for small, 127 is the number of the button. This button is 5/8″ and is good for vests, light jackets and sleeve buttons.
The material is Britannia pewter. This button is 5/8″ . There are 5 buttons like this in different sizes, also a tiny button for shirt collars.
Button #76 S is the smaller in the series of matching pewter buttons with the number 76 on the front. It is 5/8″ in size. These buttons were made for the unit with instructions as to their design.
Matches 77 L Special order for gold plating, please call for information as to quantity and price.
147 is tiny button, and they are small 5/16″. Some folks use them for doll’s clothing. Yet they are still good for a high collar and shirt collar buttons. The Britannia pewter will stand the time.
In this series of three graduated button, #120 S is the smallest at 5/8″. It is flat with a raised design and works for neck closures, cuffs and waistcoats.. The matching larger buttons in this design are 121 M & 122 L.
This small button is only 1/2″ but has a high dome. 119 S is fine for the neckline, waistcoat or cuff.