Z3361 British 41st Regiment of Foot Cuff Button (The Welch Regiment)
Description: Nice excavated button with a slick face and a clear and legible backmark. This unit fought throughout Canada during the War of 1812. This example is made of copper or brass. The shank is intact althought bent.
Backmark: "I McGOWAN / KING ST / SOHO (dot) LONDON (dot)" rm
Measures: 15.81 mm
Recovered: Lundy's Lane Fort George
Reference: Parkyn Pg. 207
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