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  • 70th Surry Regiment of Foot Button- c.1812
        A button of the 70th Surry Regiment that is 1.9 cm in diameter. It has “70” raised in the center surrounded by a raised laurel wreath. “SURRY” is also raised across the top of the button. This regiment was raised in 1782 and sailed from Cork, Ireland to Lower Canada ...
      A button of the 70th Surry Regiment that is 1.9 cm in ...
  • United States Army Small Button- c.1812
        This is a United States Army small white metal (possibly pewter) button. It is a general service infantry button with US in raised letters in the center. This item is currently on display at the Battleground Hotel Museum.
      This is a United States Army small white metal (possibly pewter) button. ...
  • Plain Officer's Buttons c. 1812
        These are plain Officers’ buttons believed to be from the War of 1812.
      These are plain Officers’ buttons believed to be from the War of ...
  • British Army Overcoat Button c.1812-1814
        These are overcoat buttons from the British army. The metal buttons have no markings and measure 2.3cm in diameter.
      These are overcoat buttons from the British army. The metal buttons have ...
  • Plain Gaiter Button c.1812-1814
        Plain flat gaiter button that is made of metal and measures 1.2 cm in diameter.
      Plain flat gaiter button that is made of metal and measures 1.2 ...
  • 41st Regiment of Foot Buttons- c. 1812
        These are buttons from the 41st Regiment of Foot that served in the Canada during the War of 1812. The design is a “41” raised in the center of an eight point star.
      These are buttons from the 41st Regiment of Foot that served in ...
  • 103rd Regiment of Foot Button
        This is a 103rd Regiment of Foot button. There is a raised crown on top of the number “103”. There is a crack across the lower left side and no shank on the back. The 103rd was raised in 1805 and fought at the Battles of Lundy’s Lane (July 25, ...
      This is a 103rd Regiment of Foot button. There is a raised ...
  • 1st American Regiment Queen’s Rangers Button
        This is a button from the 1st American Regiment Queen’s Rangers. There is a crown on top with “1A” just below and a leaf motif under this. “QUEEN’S RANGERS” is also around the outside edge. There is a piece broken away as well. This item can be found at the ...
      This is a button from the 1st American Regiment Queen’s Rangers. There ...
  • United States Infantry (general service) Button- c.1812
        This is a United States Infantry (general service) button. The letters “US” are raised in the center and this metal button measures 2 cm in diameter. This item is on display at the Battleground Hotel Museum.
      This is a United States Infantry (general service) button. The letters “US” ...
  • Quebec Milice Canadienne Button- c. 1812
        This is a Quebec Milice Canadienne button that measures 1.5 cm in diameter. There is a crown on top with a belt design used in the reign of George IV that has “MILICE CANADIENNE” spelt out inside. There is also two “R”s back to back in the center. This item ...
      This is a Quebec Milice Canadienne button that measures 1.5 cm in ...
  • 41st Regiment of Foot Gaiter Buttons
        These are 41st Regiment Gaiter Buttons that plain except for the raised “41” in the centre. This regiment served in Canada during the War of 1812-1814.
      These are 41st Regiment Gaiter Buttons that plain except for the raised ...
  • Military Insignia: Buttons and Epaulet
        This is a military insignia composed of an epaulet from a Grenadier Company with their brass insignia of a flaming bomb and 17 brass buttons. The buttons also have the Royal Crown insignia. These items have been previous mounted on the remnants of a soldier’s red tunic.
      This is a military insignia composed of an epaulet from a Grenadier ...
  • Plain Gaiter Buttons c.1812-1814
        Plain white metal gaiter buttons. These buttons are slightly stained and measure 1.1cm in diameter. They were also found along the Niagara frontier.
      Plain white metal gaiter buttons. These buttons are slightly stained and measure ...
  • Military Bone Button and Bone c..1776-1812
        This is a military bone button and the bone it was cut from. They are beige in colour and the button is flat with a hole in the centre.
      This is a military bone button and the bone it was cut ...
  • Royal Regiment of Artillery Buttons c.1724-1907
        The uniform button of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. There are three raised cannons in a vertical row and three raised balls across the top that are set in a shield. The button is believed to be made of brass and measures 1.7 cm in diameter. There were four companies ...
      The uniform button of the Royal Regiment of Artillery. There are three ...
  • 100th Regiment of Foot, Prince Regent of Dublin County Uniform Button c.1805-1818
        The button design has three feather-like plumes bent near the top with a scroll and “100” just below. The regiment was raised in 1805 and was composed mostly of Irish soldiers. On October 21st, 1805, while traveling to Quebec, in Lower Canada, a wing (11 officers and 260 N.C.O. and ...
      The button design has three feather-like plumes bent near the top with ...
  • United States of America Military Button
        United States of America Infantry button made of white metal with an eagle on a branch and “US” in an oval below. The shank is bent on the reverse. The button diameter is 1 cm.
      United States of America Infantry button made of white metal with an ...
  • 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot Button
        The button is believed to be made of pewter and has a raised “WILTSHIRE” on the face along with a crown in the centre. The diameter is 2.2cm. The 1st Battalion of the 62nd Regiment arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1814 and fought against the Americans in Lower Canada ...
      The button is believed to be made of pewter and has a ...
  • Canadian Regiment of Fencible Infantry Button
        It is believed that this is a Canadian Regiment of Fencible Infantry button from the 1812 period. Enlistment for the Fencibles started in 1805 in both Upper and Lower Canada. By the War of 1812 they were approximately 600 strong. During the war various detachments saw action at Crysler’s Farm, ...
      It is believed that this is a Canadian Regiment of Fencible Infantry ...
  • 65th (2nd Yorkshire, North Riding) Regiment of Foot Button
        This button was initially identified as belonging to the 65th Regiment of Foot is believed to be from the War of 1812 period.
      This button was initially identified as belonging to the 65th Regiment of ...
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