Military Naval Button, help identify

RelicNoobs

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Found this today near an old well near VA line in NC. Missing the makers mark of the two-piece. Appears to be 1800s naval button, but not finding many exactly like it. Found one repro that said it was 1820-1830s naval button. Any ideas?
 

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Found this today near an old well near VA line in NC. Missing the makers mark of the two-piece. Appears to be 1800s naval button, but not finding many exactly like it. Found one repro that said it was 1820-1830s naval button. Any ideas?
Very Cool!!! Congrats!!! Welcome to Tnet!!!
 

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If it has a rust out back, I'm going with 20th C Blazer/Fashion Button. Seen many similar on here.
 

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