159 is a floral design our Tudor button. A strong looking design. It is 5/8″ with a loop on the back. It would look right at home in the Victorian age. Price; 1 to 12 @ .70 each, 13 to 144 @ .65 each, over that .57 each.
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159 is a floral design. A strong looking design. It is 5/8″ with a loop on the back. It would look right at home in the Victorian age.
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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.
This is a fine example of a floral design with a tooth edge to set it off. It is a Rose nestled in a swirl of leaves. It would be best in the Civil War era or even with modern clothing.
Dots and Circle is Very tiny and very lightweight button It’s. Size is 1/2″ which is fine for collars and very delicate things. Number BU-252. this button lends itself to painting. we have
135 is a sweet Victoria Rose button. It would fit right at home in 1860’s. It is only 5/8″ and can be repeated for effect.
144: St Andrew is a square on the point. A copy of an old button. Size is 3/4″ This is a heavy button and up to many tasks.
This small button is only 1/2″ but has a high dome. 119 S is fine for the neckline, waistcoat or cuff.
Price; 1 to 12 @ .55 each, 13 to 144 @ .48 each and over 144 @ .47 each.
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.