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The Times Newspaper: September 28, 1814

The Times Newspaper from September 28, 1814 Pages 2 and 3 discuss reports from newspapers around the world, including those of the ongoing war.

  The Times Newspaper: September 28, 1814
Bootjack c.1812

A varnished wood bootjack that was discovered at the Lundy's Lane Battlefield.

  Bootjack c.1812
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. One researcher has...

  65th (2nd Yorkshire, North Riding) Regiment of Foot Button
West India Regiment Button

An infantry unit that was recruited from the British Colonies of the Caribbean around 1795. It is believed this regiment was made up of freed North...

  West India Regiment Button
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...

  41st Regiment of Foot Buttons- c. 1812
Lord Wellington and Brittania Coin 1814

This copper coin is inscribed "Wellington" with a profile of Lord Wellington on one side. The reverse side has a laurel wreath with Britannia...

  Lord Wellington and Brittania Coin 1814
Ships, Colonies and Commerce Token

This is a copper token coin that has Ships, Colonies and Commerce written on one side and three masted schooners facing left on the other with a...

  Ships, Colonies and Commerce Token
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...

  Canadian Regiment of Fencible Infantry Button
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...

  62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot Button
Royal Sappers and Miners Button

A Royal Sappers and Miners button believed to be from the War of 1812 era. There was no overall commanding officer but there was a battalion from...

  Royal Sappers and Miners Button
Plain Button with Stand(D) Gold Col(R) Inscription

A plain button, believed to be from the 1812 era, that has "Stand(D) Gold Col(R)" inscribed on the reverse.

  Plain Button with Stand(D) Gold Col(R) Inscription
Royal Regiment of Artillery Buttons

Buttons have three raised cannon balls in a horizontal row across the top and three raised cannons in a vertical row that are set in a shield. It is...

  Royal Regiment of Artillery Buttons
United States Regiment of Riflemen

Button has letters R.R intertwined with no shank on the reverse. Diameter is 1.5 cm.

  United States Regiment of Riflemen
43rd (Monmouthshire) Regiment of Foot Buttons

A British infantry regiment that was raised in 1751 and amalgamated with the 52nd (Oxfordshire) Regiment of Foot, to form the Oxfordshire and...

  43rd (Monmouthshire) Regiment of Foot Buttons
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....

  United States of America Military Button
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