Z4480 Early One-Piece Navy Button with 15 Stars (NA8)
Description: Outstanding dug example with the stand up shank intact. This one features and eagle with the slanted shield on the right. The eagle is surrounded by 15 stars. Albert states that, "An order dated August 27, 1802, prescribed radical changes in the uniform and added "15 stars arranged in a semicircle” to the device on the button.” You would be hard pressed to upgrade this dug example!
Backmark: "*.*.*.*.*.*.*.” rm
Measures: 22.59 mm
Recovered: Fort Point Peter Georgia, The last battle of the War of 1812, January 13-14, 1815.
Reference: Albert NA8
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