Z4510 One-Piece Pewter 2nd Infantry Regiment Coat Button
Description: Nice excavated pewter example that is missing the shank. The detail on this one is was hard to capture in the photograph but you can clearly see the eagle over an oval with 2 Rt within the oval. Nice pewter coat button with very minimal edge loss. This one looks much better in hand!
Recovered: Fort Point Peter Georgia, The last battle of the War of 1812, January 13-14 1815.
Reference: Albert GI32R2C
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