Navy Buttons & Silver (ID Needed)

godisnum1

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So I just found my second Navy button here in my yard today (along with a silver dime & flat looking button with a little gold gilt still on it). The first button I found was a little silver colored one (maybe the size of a dime?) and a little broken name plate. My house was built in 1956 (here in Florida), but I'm thinking by some of the things I've found, these things may pre-date our home. Can anyone help me ID these buttons? I'm not so good with buttons.

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I can't really tell but i would say the one with the anchor on could be navy.
 
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godisnum1

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May 7, 2005
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Saint Petersburg, FL
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Nokta Makro Anfibio Multi, Nokta Makro Pulse Dive Pinpointer, White's IDX Pro (x2), Vibraprobe 570, Minelab Explorer XS w/ Sunray X-1 Probe & Sunray Stealth X-12 DD Coil
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
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