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Old 30-11-20, 03:04 AM
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Hi button buffs,
I don't think this button is military but can anyone date it please.
Maker's mark "T W & W PARIS"
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John
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Hello John

TW & W Paris 1844-1970
not a french military button

some others marks:
G & Cie Paris 1841-1910
AM & Cie Paris 1853-1960

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Old 30-11-20, 07:35 AM
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Thank you for the information, Didier.
The button has some age and may have been a soldier's souvenir.
Regards,
John
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Trelon Weldon and Weil made a multitude of buttons.
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Trelon Weldon and Weil made a multitude of buttons.
Thank you, Ron, and GTB, for that extra information.
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John
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