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We may have several pieces on-hand with blems or were made as experimental proto-types for further discounting.  Being hand-made they can vary.  Not every cake or turkey comes out of the oven the way one wants.  Please inquire about availability. We would be happy to send you pictures and a description as to why we feel they are blems. They will face-up well and most of the issues are on the back-side.  They will come inscribed with  ‘2nd”to indicate they are a “second” or blem. You would be billed directly through PayPal and not through the Cart option.  First come, first served basis.

CO-1 First Prototype of FG-1  Close-out–$69.00.  Nothing wrong with this one. We decided to make them a little deeper or thicker after this one. Email directly for invoice–buttonmounting@gmail.com

This one was an early prototype for CZ-1  where the four small holes would have been used to sew a button to the disk. They don’t have to be used with the mounting kit provided. They won’t show with a button attached.  Close-out price is $47.50.  Email directly for invoice. buttonmounting@gmail.com

This was an early prototype experimenting with texture on the copper disc. This is the mounting that is shown with the buffalo nickel button on the header of the website. It has the four holes for stitching a button but don’t have to be used with the mounting kit provided. They won’t show with a button attached.  Close-out—$47.50 Email for invoice–buttonmounting@gmail.com

This was a early prototype for CB-1. Although it’s hard to discern there are the four small holes around the central hole to stitch a button to the disc. Those don’t have to used with the mounting kit that will come with purchase. They won’t show when a button is mounted.   Close-out price–$42.00 Email directly for invoice–buttonmounting@gmail.com

This CB-1 has a thinner sterling component than the first runs.  No small attachment holes as the others.  Close-out price is $39.00. Email directly for invoice –buttonmounting@gmail.com

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