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    Just found these what are they?

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    Ben from NH, the Z means nothing

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    War of 1812 silver plated officer's buttons... Wow! Non-dug, correct? (It's still completely OK to post them here if so)
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    Last edited by nhbenz; Dec 06, 2017 at 10:16 PM.
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    Your buttons are United States Infantry buttons from the War-Of-1812 period. They are shown in the book "Record Of American Uniform And Historical Buttons: by Alphaeus H. Albert, as button GI-51-J. They are quite rare... especially in non-excavated condition. I know a historical American military-buttons dealer (not me) who would pay you a good price for them.

    After-posting edit:
    I see my good friend Nhbenz and I posted the answer at the exact same minute.
    Last edited by TheCannonballGuy; Dec 07, 2017 at 06:45 PM. Reason: Giving the ID credit to Nhbenz.
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    Those are hard to get and expensive puppies there! NICE work.
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    Very Nice!
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    Thank you for the info. They are non-excavated.
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    Great looking buttons...happy these guys could correctly ID them...
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    Really awesome
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    Those buttons are in very nice shape !
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