Brass, bronze, tin, pewter, ivory, copper, bone
largest: 1 1/4 in. ( 3.2 cm )
stamped: (369), front of coin, inside fillet: "LIBERTY"; front, at bottom: "1816"
stamped: (370), on back of button: "........LONDON"
stamped: (371), on back of button: "BEST ORANGE LONDON 23"
stamped: (372), on back of button: "L. H. &. S. EXTRA RIC
Brass, bronze, tin, pewter, ivory, or bone buttons; military buttons have the number, emblem, or symbol of their regiment on front: nineteen buttons have an eagle perched atop a cannon; four lead buttons have a foliate inscription in the center above a small oval enclosing a regiment number at bottom; one lead button has an eagle in the center above a small oval enclosing a number at bottom; three other lead buttons have eagles; five buttons have an eagle with an inscription inside a shield on its breast, grasping an olive branch in one claw and three arrows in the other; three buttons have an eagle grasping a banner in its claws and flying over a castle; one button has a bugle in center, encircled by a border of stars; seven other buttons have foliate inscriptions; thirty-one buttons have no numbers, symbols, or decorations: four bone and one ivory button; one pewter and three lead buttons; six buttons have inscriptions on back; a copper coin has a female profile bust on front with an inscription inside a fillet, bust is encircled by a border of thirteen stars.
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