Buttons "Realistic" ("Goofies") Vintage Lot of 4

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"Realistic" (or "Goofie") buttons were popular in the 1930's through the early 1950's, and were made of various materials. They took on all kinds of shapes and designs. In this lot of four are just a few examples. One is brown and shaped like an acorn, with a bit of scoring at the top of simulate the acorn cap. Another is a diary from a 6-piece wedding set. The next is a gold-colored lock, which was part of a lock and key set, made out of metalized plastic. The last is a plastic button which is from a 6-piece Mah Jongg set. All are in very good condition. This is a good way to start a collection of these unusual button, or to add to your already existing collection.

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Reference #:
RLBTN8
Quantity
1
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Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
Department
Collectibles
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