80th Regimental Crown Button Found Next To Saratoga Battlefield Metal Detecting


80th Regimental Crown Button Found Next To Saratoga Battlefield Metal Detecting

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80th Regimental Crown Button Found Next To Saratoga Battlefield Metal Detecting:
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80th Regimental Crown Button Found Next to Saratoga Battlefield Metal Detecting

80th Regimental Button with a Crown Found Directly Next to The Saratoga Battlefield Metal Detecting! The Shank on the back of the button is broken off see pictures, very very weathered from being in the ground for more than 200+ years. Im not an Expert on Buttons, with the Crown on it, it may be British. I did find that the 80th British did engage at Saratoga. You can clearly see the Crown and the Number 80 under neath the crown. Extremely rare and very very seldom ever found. Comes in a nice display plastic holder.

Found Metal Detecting on Private Property Directly Next to the Saratoga Battlefield a Revolutionary War Hot Spot in 1777! See pictures with Quarter in picture to show size of coin. Dug At a depth of approximately 18 inches using a Whites Metal Detector! Must have for the Revolutionary War Collector or enthusiast! Comes with a letter of approximity where this button was dug next to the Saratoga Battlefield on Private property.

Saratoga Battlefield History:

Fought eighteen days apart in the fall of 1777, the two Battles of Saratoga were a turning point in the American Revolution. On September 19th, British General John Burgoyne achieved a small, but costly victory over American forces led by Horatio Gates and Benedict Arnold. Though his troop strength had been weakened, Burgoyne again attacked the Americans at Bemis Heights on October 7th, but this time was defeated and forced to retreat. He surrendered ten days later, and the American victory convinced the French government to formally recognize the colonist's cause and enter the war as their ally.

Once in a lifetime chance to own such a Rare Button, that is almost never offered for sale. Make sure you take a look at the other Colonial Buttons, Coins and Rare Indian Cents, Silver Dollars, Civil War Tokens & Other Coins as well as an Awesome Assortment of14kt Gold Rings as well as Sterling Silver Rings that we currently have on at this time.


80th Regimental Crown Button Found Next To Saratoga Battlefield Metal Detecting:
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