Item: Confederate Artillery Coat Button - Front Only
Description: Roman "A" on a plain field.
Construction: Low convex, two-piece.
Approximate size: 22 mm.
Condition: Fair, excavated, back with shank missing. Front has a mottled green-brown (mostly green) patina with no pushes, cracks, or repairs.
Recovered: In the area of the "Naked Battle" or Battle of Boon's (Boone's) Mill Pond, NC
Reference: Tice: CSA243A1 Albert: CS 117
Comments: This Confederate artillery button was acquired directly from the digger, Robert Braswell, Jr. of Gaston, NC., who recovered many fine relics from both North Carolina and Virginia over several decades. Learn more about Robert and his relic detecting by clicking on his name above. This button will be an excellent display piece and addition to any excavated Civil War button, artillery, or general relic collection.
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