First is 7/8" button with W&H paper in use 1900-1912. Button was issued by "Butzer Bros.,Dealers Ephrata, Pa.". This firm existed c. 1907-1911 and was a Studebaker dealer. We believe the vehicle shown is a Studebaker-Garford. Age marks around reverse collet with obverse clean and glossy but with just a trace of tan tone on upper edge. Exc. Next is 2-3/8" tall brass pin holding cello American flag with reverse text "Studebaker Automobiles Follow The Flag". Has tiny 1899 copyright. Rare and essentially Mint.