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Now available to you are authentic WW1 US army buttons that would have originally been sown onto an American soldier’s uniform in the infamous trench battles of World War 1.
The Standard WW1 US infantryman was dressed in a uniform made of olive drab cotton drill. The coat was single breasted with five removable bronze general service buttons in front. The issued service buttons fastened to the uniform were made of bronze metal with a rimmed edge and lines behind the ‘Great Seal of the United States’.
Featuring the coat of arms of the United States, the Great Seal symbolizes independence and self-government and appears on official documents such as proclamations, treaties and communications from the President to heads of foreign governments.
The button you will receive will be of very similar size and quality as the ones shown in the pictures. A High quality button, as shown, is guaranteed, or your money back! The display case included is openable so that you may easily handle and closely observe the artifact.
Your Order Will Include:
- One original WW1 US army Button
- Elegant Glass and leather display case
- An official AncientArtifacts Certificate of authenticity
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