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Louisiana Militia Pelican button....need some info

IowaRelic

Active member
I posted that half dime the other day, since then I recovered more relics and lead. Also a 1920 merc, 1911 wheatie and a general service eagle button, this time CW and not a chicken neck. But I had another button this morning and didn’t pay it much mind. Figured it was another chicken neck....
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The backmark is Horstmann Bro’s & co Phil I’m pretty certain. You can see the pelican over her young with her head to her left. So far I can’t find an exact match....
 

IowaRelic

Active member
If that’s the same book my buddy’s got, find number 12. I think it’s the closest. It’s 15mm rim to rim
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
If that’s the same book my buddy’s got, find number 12. I think it’s the closest. It’s 15mm rim to rim
I was looking at that one too, but this one looked more like it... hard to tell though.
Nice find.
I’m looking at Albert’s button book.
 
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