Scovill Texas Navy Collector Buttons

Scovill Texas Navy Collector Buttons

  Texian Trade’n Post is proud to announce that we have a very limited number of the 1836 type Texas Navy Buttons, made by SCOVILL dies, so they are nearly 60 years old!

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Front View:

Item # Name Description Price USD

Side View:



Texas Navy

As New

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Shipping charges also apply.
Texas Residents must add 8.25% Sales Tax.  

Product Information –

These re-strikes were made especially for the celebration of the docking of the Battleship Texas, at San Jacinto in 1951/52.

They were worn by various dignitaries that presided over the event, and sold to visitors as souveniors.  It is said, that Adm. Chester Nimitz wore a set of these buttons on his US Navy Uniform when he presided over the event.  His uniform is now reported to be in a museum in Washington, with the Texas Navy Buttons still on it.

These buttons were evidently in storage all these years and apparently never used.

The back stamp reads: SCOVILL MFG CO. WATERBURY

Condition: AS NEW

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