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Lot 20 Antique Metal brass Buttons Waistcoat Glass or gemstones

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“Good antique condition only a fewer twisted shanks.”
Shape:
Round
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1lot
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different
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Brass
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Antique Original
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Waistcoat Glass or gemstones Button
Color:
Brown, Gold, Multicolor
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