British Royal Marines Cuff Button
Item #: Z5748
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Z5748 British Royal Marines Cuff Button
Description: Decent one-piece pewter example of the enlisted man’s cuff button. This is a water recovery, and the iron shank is gone. There is considerable wear to the face and the edges are slightly wavy. This style of button is known as the 1802 or 1803 pattern, depending on where you look. Prior to this date, their pewter buttons had a pie crust border with a fouled anchor in the center. After this date the phrase, "Royal Marines” was at the top, a fouled anchor in the middle, and a laurel wreath below. The "Royal Marines” is worn off on this example, but you can clearly see a portion of the wreath below. This would be considered a War of 1812 era button.
Measures: 15.73 mm
Item # Z5748
Your Price $15.00 USD
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