Mississippi button




The regulation infantry buttons for enlisted men described the button as to have a number on the front to reflect the unit designation; for example, a soldier in the 1st Confederate Infantry Regiment would have a “1” on the buttons of his coat. These buttons are rare or non-existent. However, the officer’s regulation button, consisting of the “block I” button, for Infantry, the A for Artillery, etc.; was very common amongst soldiers, and replaced the efforts to produce the different, numbered buttons for each regiment in service.

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