1. Waterbury Button - Uniform Buttons, Fashion Buttons,


    Manufacturer of premium quality brass metal buttons since 1812. Serving the fashion industry as well as commercial and military uniform suppliers world-wide.

  2. Military - Waterbury Button


    Military,Only a few make it to the top brass, but every soldiers and sailors dress uniform in the U.S. military shines with buttons made by The Waterbury Button ...

  3. Antique and Vintage Military Buttons - Collector ...


    Buttons sewn to the uniforms of soldiers and worn during conflicts are one of the most popular areas of military-related collecting. In the United States, buttons ...

  4. Uniforms & Buttons - lighthouse


    Uniforms, Hats, Buttons, Insignia, Medals, Swords, Badges and more... For Flags, Ensigns and Pennants, please visit our new Flags Page !

  5. Button Information Index - VintageButtons.NET


    Thanks for visiting the Button Information Index. Just click the photos below to visit that information page. Be sure to notice if there are more pages linked on that ...

  6. Civil War Buttons

    www.americancivilwarrelics.com/Civil War Buttons.htm

    Buttons of the American Civil War ... Z1620 Confederate Stippled Roman "C" Cavalry Button. Description: Nice button with the stand up shank intact.

  7. Shanks - Vintage Buttons


    This page shows the backs of various buttons which can help us identify them as civilian, work/overall and work usage by construction, materials and back marks.

  8. Confederate Buttons - Army of Tennessee Relics ...


    CSBTN 56. Confederate Navy Button Set found on dilapidated Officers Frock Coat. These buttons came off of a Confederate Naval Officers Coat that was found long ...

  9. The Scovill Manufacturing Company - The Lampworks


    Scovills incorporated in 1850, becoming The Scovill Manufacturing Company. The company enjoyed properity and tremendous growth through the years.

  10. Button Makers Backmarks - The Oldcopper.org Website


    Button Makers Backmarks (c) Vin Callcut 2002-2017. Small extracts can be used with acknowledgements to 'Oldcopper.org' website. Helpful comments are very welcome.