Z4934 Revolutionary War Enlisted Man's
Artillery Coat Button (AY2A)
Description: Nice dug brass Enlisted Man's example with an even patina on the face. The shank is missing on this example leaving just the remains of solder. The face is in very nice shape and still retains quite a bit of detail compared to most dug examples. The detail of the flag is always hard to see on these. This one is clear!
Measures: 22 mm
Recovered: This button is thought to have been recovered in Garrison, New York
Reference: Troiani / Kochan "Insignia of Independence" Pg. 207 ADAa
Reference: Albert AY2A
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