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  1. #16

    Aug 2015
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve in PA View Post
    Very nice buttons. Are you in a coastal area? The buttons are copper alloy, most likely brass. I would pound the heck out of that site!
    S/e new york
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  2. #17

    Aug 2015
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    Thank you so much I read a name Francis Taylor listed in the read my other war of 1812 button belonged to issac t Taylor his dad Jonathan Taylor purchased this property in 1791 1000 acres he was in the rev war under van ness or nest regiment . Iím wondering since I found a war of 1812 button and a war of 1812 artillery button if they belonged to the same person but maybe another son or relative was in artillery anyhow thanks a million
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    Oct 2014
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    Sweet finds, congrats!
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    Metal Detecting & Hotwheels Collecting

    Sep 2014
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    Awesome button saves, congratulations
    Any day of hunting, whether good or bad is better than not hunting at all

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    Jul 2016
    Rocky Point, NY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatdayagot View Post
    Found a war of 1812 navy button about two weeks ago at my site tonight I dug a small cuff? Button with a design on it went home and passed out lol after I woke up I checked it nigh a magnifying glass and was shocked another warnof 1812 button I believe this one has a canon and canon balls eagle and under the canon looks like it says 1 R L G does anyone know what that stands for? ThanksAttachment 1722146 third pic is the navy button I found two weeks agoAttachment 1722147
    Funny, I just found the same Naval button a few days ago. I like yours as much as I do mine.


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