Z4477 Early One-Piece Regiment of Riflemen Cuff Button (War of 1812)
Description: Very nice example with a clear face. The shank is present on this example although it’s bent over and broken on one side near the base. According to Albert’s button book, this style of button was ordered on March 11. 1812. The Rifle Corps was present for the battle under the command of Capt. Abraham Massias.
Measures: 15.44 mm
Recovered: Fort Point Peter Georgia, The last battle of the War of 1812, January 13-14 1815.
Reference: Albert RF3Av
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