Pewter, brass, gilt, bronze
largest: 3/4 in. ( 1.9 cm )
stamped: (13), on face of button: "ROYAL REG OF ARTILLERY" (Royal Regiment of Artillery)
stamped: (14), face: "ROYAL MARINES"
stamped: (15-17), face: "ROYAL SAPPERS MINERS" (Royal Sappers and Miners)
stamped: (18-27), face: "37" (37th British Regiment)
Pewter, brass, gilt, or bronze buttons excavated at Fort Lennox, a British fort in Quebec, Canada; some are disks of plain pewter or brass; most are pewter, gilt, or bronze disks with the emblem, name, number or symbol of their regiment or corps in the center; many have floral or other border decorations; many have a British crown above their regiment number; one button has a lion and one has an anchor.
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