Z2267 1820's Thomas Porter II Slave Trade Coat Button
Description: Water recovered coat button with the stand up shank intact. The face has the initials T.P. which stands for Thomas Porter II. Thomas Porter was a slave trader in the early 1800's and had these buttons manufactured for use on his slave and merchant clothing. There is a brass alloy version and a pewter version with T. Porter on the face.
Backmark: "* (Crown) * / ????? QUALITY" dm
Measures: 19.59 mm
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