Z4475 One-Piece Second Infantry Regiment Officer’s Coat Button (War of 1812)
Description: Nice War of 1812 2nd Infantry Regiment officer’s pattern coat button. This example is missing the shank and the front still has a lot of the silver plating left. The face isn’t cleaned and could potentially clean up even better. The face of the button has "US II” over a ribbon with "E Pluribus Unum” above the eagle and "REGT” below.
Backmark: appears to be an eagle above with treble plate below
Measures: 23.53 mm
Recovered: Farm in Highland, New York
Reference: Albert’s GI53R2A
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