Historical military and appropriable buttons

Since few years we have been producing replicas of buttons from Times before II World War as well as from its duration. These are buttons of Polish Army and Wehrmacht. They are very popular among reconstruction groups.

Each button has its own history

Our aim is to don’t let it be forgotten
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Important information!

Our goal is not, and has never been, to preach the idea of Nazism or fascism, communism, totalitarianism o any other! Replicas manufactured by our company are historical, collector’s, educational in its nature. They can be used in current film or theatre productions or any kind  of reconstruction events organised by professional reconstruction groups.

Replica of Polish military button, pattern from 1917, made of tin

Replicas made in sizes 25mm and 16mm. Emboss: eagle in the crown with its head turned to the right. Colour: tin. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Buttons used by the Polish Armed Forces during the First World War.

Replica of Polish military button, pattern from 1928, made of tin

Replicas made in sizes 25mm, 22mm and 16mm. Emboss: eagle in the crown with its head turned to the right. Colour: tin. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Buttons used by the Polish Army in the Second Polish Republic.

Replica of Polish military button, pattern from 1928, made of tin

Replicas made in sizes 25mm, 22mm and 16mm. Emboss: eagle in the crown with its head turned to the right. Colour: tin/black. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Buttons used by the Polish Army in the Second Polish Republic.

Replica of German military button, diameter 20mm, so called „Groszek”

Diameter: approx. 12 mm, colour: tin. Emboss: „peas” (pl. Groszek). Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Buttons for caps used in the Wehrmacht, the Waffen SS and German police from 1928 to 1945.

Replica of German military button, diameter 12mm, so called „Groszek”

Diameter: approx. 12 mm, colour: tin. Emboss: „peas” (pl. Groszek). Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Buttons for caps used in the Wehrmacht, the Waffen SS and German police from 1928 to 1945.

Replica of German military button for a cap, so called „Groszek”

Diameter: approx. 12 mm, colour: tin. Emboss: „peas” (pl. Groszek). Cast of zamak, galvanized. Fixing with metal pin. Buttons for caps used in the Wehrmacht, the Waffen SS and German police from 1928 to 1945.

Replica of military button of US Army, pattern from 1902

Diameter 25 and 20 mm, colour: tin / black, Emboss: Great Seal of the United States. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Button of United States of America Army. Pattern was introduced first in 1902 and is valid until today.

Replica of black Austria-Hungarian clerical button

Diameter: approx. 21 mm, colour: black, emboss: the initials FJ.I., which means Franz Joseph I, with crown above, the whole placed in Laurel wreath. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast

Replica of silver Austria-Hungarian clerical button

Diameter: approx. 21 mm, colour: silver, emboss: the initials FJ.I., which means Franz Joseph I, with crown above, the whole placed in Laurel wreath. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast

Replica of German military buttons with 3 holes

Diameter: approx. 16 mm, color: silver. Emboss: three holes. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Buttons were made for German raincoat (so called „Celta”) in years 1931-1945, also used for other soldiers equipment like backpacks.

Replica of Polish military buttons with 4 holes

Diameter: approx. 17 mm, colour: silver. Emboss: three holes. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Handle made of cast. Buttons were made for polish soldiers equipment, for example backpacks, haversack etc.

Antebellum Polish firefighting button (cir.1930)

Replica, diameter: 20mm, colour: old latten , the block: heads is depicting smooth fiery which is set on the backdrop of two crossed ice axes, below are located a two laurel’s crownes. Casting is conducting from durak, electroplated.

Replica of miners button from the period of the Polish Kingdom

Diameter: 25, 22 and 16 mm, colour: old brass, emboss: crowned mining emblem: two crossed hammers (size 16 mm only two hammers, without crown). Cast of zamak, galvanized. Buttons for mining uniforms, both modern and historical. Made for collectors or reconstruction purposes.

Replica of miners button

Diameter: 19 mm, colour: glossy gold, emboss: crowned mining emblem: two crossed hammers, in the bottom double laurel wreath with ribbon in the middle. Single 2mm extrusion at the periphery. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Buttons for mining uniforms, both modern and historical. Made for collectors or reconstruction purposes.

Replica of Soviet military button CCCP, USSR

Diameter 20 and 14 mm, colour: gold, emboss: the hammer and sickle on soviet star. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Buttons for the Soviet army uniforms, caps and instrumentation, from the period of World War II, CCCP-USSR.

Replica of Polish militry button from 1943, so called “Kurica”

Diameter 20 and 16 mm, colour: old silver, emboss: An eagle without a crown (so called Kurica) with a single extrusion at the periphery. Cast of zamak, galvanized. Buttons for military uniforms, mainly for uniform sweatshirts.

Replica of Polish pre-war railway buton (P.K.P.)

Diameter 21 and 15 mm, colour: gold, emboss: The Polish eagle with a crown (pattern from 1928), placed above the winged, iron wheel (emblem of railwaymen) and inscription PKP – (abbreviation of Polish State Railways). Cast of zamak, galvanized. These buttons were used by employees of Polish State Railways.

See also

Examples how historical replicas of buttons are used

GRH Luftschutz Oberschlesien

Group dedicated to the historical reconstruction, collecting and widely understood military.
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Museum of Silesian September 1939

The biggest private museum dedicated to military defence of Silesia in September 1939.
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