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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Carved mother-of-pearl buttons.

    Pearl Buttons 3

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Gorgeous hand-carved 19th century pearl buttons from Shirley Clark's collection

    Pearl Buttons 1

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Several years ago a new friend named Keri moved from Fort Worth to Little Rock. She was a quilter and a button collector. After settling in she came to the Arkansas Quilters Guild and sorta just fit right in. She had a bunch over to her house to show us her button collection and from that invitation she formed a Button Club

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Vintage buttons - 12 Mermaids flat back buttons or pinback buttons Vintage Style

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Keep Museum button collection -Butterflies

    Keep Homestead Museum - Featured Buttons

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - It features 5 full sets of antique nursery rhyme buttons. Jack and Jill, The cat and the fiddle, old king cole, three little kittens and a few different versions of the fox and the stork. This is a very very old card created in the 1950's, the buttons being much older. The text has been carefully hand written in great detail and it is truly an adorable card.

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Antique Carded 19th Century 1800'S 49 Inlaid Buttons Mother OF Pearl Metal YQZ

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Antique Carded 19th Century 1800'S 85 Black Glass W Gold Luster Buttons YQZ

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Unusual 3 Hole Buttons on A Collector's Card

    UNUSUAL 3-HOLE BUTTONS ON A COLLECTOR'S CARD

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Barbara’s Buttons - there was a card of Goodyear Rubber buttons. Isn’t this a clever way to mount them?

    Jillions of Buttons

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      Joyce Havner

      Great arrangement... Got to make a similar card for my collection !

    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Collecton of Antique Ferrotype Tintype Bottons 24 in All One Civil War Soldier

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    ButtonArtMuseum - Super Card of Owl Buttons - I was fortunate to obtain a friend's Button Collection( 300 cards). This knowledgable collector had good quality buttons and Mounted them beautifully. There are many bargains to be had here. 15 wonderful new and old buttons. featuring OWLS. The pearl on the upper right has glass eyes

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Early 1800s 19th Centrury Waistcoast Buttons Steel and Pewter

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Card 21 Vintage Bird Buttons Silver Inlay Horn Painted Glass Signed Artists

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - 8 Antique Victorian Handpainted Courting Couples Brass Filagree Buttons Framed - From the Salem Colle

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    Button Club > Home

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Antique Buttons, Assorted Materials. Enamel, Glass, Brass, Porcelain, Hand Painted, Satsuma, Horn and Ivory.

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Gwendolyne’s buttons

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Five Black Buttons from 1880s on Original Collector Card

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Hewitt, an avid button collector

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Interesting Card of 23 Buttons Featuring Postage Stamp Matches

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Collectors Special Possibly Pre 1930 Rubber Buttons Various Mounted

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    ButtonArtMuseum.com - Buttons Tintypes, more properly called ferrotypes, were quite popular in the period from 1850's through the early 1900's

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