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Identifying a button

ptjw7

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Had a quick look and a play with the image but the bottom half is not very clear.
Looks to be 'Nottingham' below an unreadable image.

Is it possible to get a clearer image Gibbo

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Just had a look on Google and there is a street called Angel Row so maybe this is a button from an article of clothing from a shop or manufacturer in Angel Row Nottingham?
 

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Just had a look on Google and there is a street called Angel Row so maybe this is a button from an article of clothing from a shop or manufacturer in Angel Row Nottingham?
Hi, thats what i was thinking. I had googled Angel Row and Nottingham but hadnt as yet been able to find where Wilson fits in but was thinking along the lines of a manufacture of clothing.
 

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Thanks Steve, thats sounds like them. I will let Anthony know. Its another one of his little finds when fossicking.

Thanks.

Edited to add.. Anthony is very pleased to know a bit more about his button. With the info you posted i found a few newspaper articles and sent him. Thank you from Anthony.
 
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