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This article is about the clothing tool. For the American football run pattern "Button hook", see Curl (route).
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To use, the hook end is inserted through the buttonhole to capture the button by the shank and draw it through the opening.
Buttonhooks on display in Bedford Museum
Trench art buttonhooks
- Johnson, Eleanor. Fashion Accessories. U.K.:Shire Publications, 1980, p.7, ISBN 0-85263-530-3
- Silverdale Buttonhooks
- 2013 Exhibition of Buttonhooks, Buxton Museum & Art Gallery, Buxton, Derbyshire, U.K.
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