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johnny crow
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PEWTER BUTTONS

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anyone know a supplier of the plain pewter buttons in the UK suitable for a colonial/Rev war coat?

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Jon
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Post by Guest »

I make a couple of different designs. If you PM me and let me know what sort of design you are after I can almost certainly sort something.

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Hmmm, not sure what hapened there.

That was me btw...

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Post by Hinny Annie »

Can vouch for the buttons, his really long belts are great too

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Post by Tuppence »

just to clear up the confusion, what I think might have happened was this:

you can read the forums without logging in (I do often). in most sections if you try to post, you get prompted to log in, except that in a couple of the sections, (here, re-enactors wanted), you don't get prompted to log in (or have to be registered to post) - your message is just put up under 'guest'.

I do it quite often (should a mod be admitting to that :D :?: )
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