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Royal Naval uniform: 1807-1812 pattern
Purser's gilt brass button with rope twist outer border and raised, flat oval border. In the centre, on lined ground, are two crossed fouled anchors. On the reverse is a crown with the maker's inscription 'TURNER ; DICKINSON.' This button is first referred to in the 1807 regulations, which note that the buttons worn by pursers are to have the arms of the Victualling Office.
Turner & Dickinson
- Image reference: F2169-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London