The crash took down at least one telephone pole, causing outages.Eversource was at the crash scene Tuesday morning repairing the damage.
Description: Nice excavated button with no rim loss or chipping. The planchet has a few minor bends but still retains it's original shape.
Description: Nice non excavated war of 1812 Infantry button. The face has an eagle standing on an oval with "US" on the inside. Description: Nice excavated 6th US regimental button. Description: This button pictures a running buck with Pennsylvania on the top and "28" in a circle below.
This one has one very tiny chip on the edge and has been coated. These buttons are thought to have been produced in the early 1800's and are extremely scarce with only a few known to exist.
has been crafting brass buttons in Connecticut since the war of 1812, making it the oldest American company still manufacturing its original product.
Waterbury creates the hand-stamped signature dagger buttons featured on men’s and women’s ready-to-wear styles, from our outerwear to our denim.