175 L is a higher dome than most our buttons. It has been Hand Hammered, each stroke is visible. I will right at home on Cloaks, Great coats. It is 1-1/4″ Price is 1 to 12 @ .92 each, 13 to 144 @ .84 each, and over a gross @ .74 each.
This is the only long series in our buttons. There are 4 all together. The next up is 11/16″ # 164. The Swirls will keep your eyes moving. price; 1 to dozen @ .70 each, 13 to 144 @ .65 each and over a gross
@.47 each. Matching buttons, 163,165, and 166.
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.
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.
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.
The smaller Enlisted button is 156 S. It is 9/16″in size and has a regular shank. the 47 is in the Center of the button with a decorative edge. Price: 1 to 12 @ .55 each, 13 to 144 @ .48 each and over a gross .47 each. Matching button is 154 L and long shank 156 L Long.
The Crown’s 47th button Enlisted’s long shank button has a long shank so that the button will be able to go through many layers of wool. All else is the same as the regular #154. The size is 7/8″. the price for 154 L is 1 to 12 @.92 each, 13 to 144 @ .84 each and over a gross .74 each.
Matching button is 156 S.