Z2868 One-Piece Bannerman "Pattern" U. S. General Service Army Button
Description: Nice button apparently produced by Bannerman around the turn of the century. This one is slightly convex and has a copper shank. This pattern was meant to copy the 1808-1830 pattern pewter US button.
Backmark: Two Rings
Measures: 19.60 mm
Recovered: Non Excavated
Reference: Albert GI30BP
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