Z3370 Post-Civil War "National Home of Disabled Volunteer Soldiers" Coat Button
Description: Nice example with the National Home backmark. The National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers was established on March 3, 1865. Their purpose was to provide care for those received wounds, diseases, etc. during the American Civil War.
Backmark: (star) NATIONAL HOME (star) / D (dot) V (dot) S." dm with a solid inner ring.
Measures: 22.65 mm
Reference: Albert VN50A Variant
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