Does anyone recognize this pattern?

GerryL

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All Treasure Hunting
I decided to go for a few targets behind my house with the Deus II. I got this at about 6” after chopping through the frost. Thanks!
 

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Almy

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Mar 18, 2011
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Maritime Provinces
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Tesoro Cibola
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Other
I'm not sure what pattern you are asking about. It looks like a flat button to me, with raised lettering around the back. If so, I think it is quite old, like 1700s. Late 1700s and later had indented lettering, as I recall. It looks like a rusted loop in the middle of the back. It's a neat recovery. There will probably be more expert buttons people replying and correcting or corroborating my ID.
 

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