19th Century / Early 20th Century / Vintage / Antique / Post Office Department Button / Brass Buttons / Set of Ten / Superior Quality

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1893-1970 vintage Post Office Department buttons.

(I believe these would date from the early to mid 20th Century.)

Each button is brass and is manufactured by Superior Quality.

I have ten 1" buttons and two 5/8" buttons.

The buttons are in good to very good condition with some minor surface wear and no significant flaws.

Great for a uniform restoration, crafting or display.

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Hermann's Attic is a one-man operation. I am not a multi-million dollar company. My sales are offered as a hobby, in-between my regular job. I will always strive to offer personal service. I will make every effort to securely pack and ship your item within 24-48 hours. However, there are occasions where packing and shipping may take up to one week from the time of sale. Such delays may occur with large, difficult to pack items or on the occasions that I am called out of town by my full-time employer. If your package is delayed I will make every effort to inform you of the reasons for the delay and I will offer a shipping discount if the situation warrants. All I ask in return is for your courtesy and understanding.

Also, please be aware that the items I'm selling are often quite old and well used. Condition ratings on such items are entirely subjective. As the saying goes, "one man's trash is another man's treasure". I make every effort to be thorough in my descriptions. However, I am not an expert authority on the condition rating of antiques and collectibles. I just call 'em as I see 'em, from a layman's point of view. I strongly urge you to study the hi-res photos prior to purchase and please ask any questions that you may have regarding function or condition. I would be happy to accommodate any special requests that you may have, to include photographing any item from any angle. All you have to do is ask!