Dating buttons warren tice
Here are some of those - with examples, all buttons pictured are from my collection.
I am using many references to Albert’s button book, probably the best resource for US military uniform buttons.
Detailed information on Enfields, Handguns such as Kerr, Beaumont-Adams, Le Mat, Tranter and more, Ammunition (cartridges, caps, molds and more) Swords, Accoutrements, Artillery, Uniforms and all with great detailed color photos!
It includes buttons all the way back to the American Revolution, and a section covering the complete period of Confederate manufacture, so as a Civil War button reference, this is great! Plates, buckles, buttons, corps badges, bottles, canteens, spurs, stirrups, ID tags, weapons..... The dust cover only has a few tears and small holes, and the book is in excellent condition! Plates, buckles, buttons, corps badges, bottles, canteens, spurs, stirrups, ID tags, weapons..... For years this was the go-to reference for every relic hunter. and southern state facilities, 55 of which produced bullets and cartridges during the war. In addition, the names of thousands of brave men, women and children who labored as cartridge makers for "the Cause" are honored within. BOGETT 1825-1832 JOHN BOYLAN 1850-1880'S CAIRN & CO. 1840-1860'S CARTER / LOMBARD STREET LONDON 1790'S WILLIAM CRUMPTON 1807-1823 CULLEN BROWN 1840'S CUMNER JONES & CO. 1870'S FIRMIN & SON 1790'S; 1823-1840 FIRMIN & WESTALL 1800-1811 FIRMIN & LANGDALE 1812-1823 P & S FIRMIN 1840-1875 FIRMIN & SONS LD 1875-? This is the "Ridgeway Civil War Research Center", a research tool for educational purposes only, and is provided at no cost to the reader.Some of the relics listed are retained in the author's collection, most reside in other collections and are not owned by the author.