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    Revolutionary War: Massachusetts Infantry Buttons.
    Group of two [2] coat buttons and six [6] cuff buttons, all one-piece lead, worn by Massachusetts troops in the Revolutionary War. The coat buttons are Albert MS-8B (8th Regiment, partial shank) and MS-4D (4th Regiment). The cuff buttons are: four examples of MS-2DV (2nd Regiment), MS-3EV (3rd Regiment) and MS-8EV (8th "Bloody Regiment" with skull & crossbones). Condition varies. All, save the first, retain intact shanks. From the Donald G. Partrick Collection.

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