Product images of Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1807
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Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1807
Gilt brass, master's button with a rope twist outer border and oval inner border. In the centre, on lined ground, is a large anchor flanked by two small ones. On the reverse is the inscription 'TREBLE GILT/STAND.COLOUR.' Reference to this pattern appears in the regulations of 1807: 'buttons worn by the masters to bear the arms of the Navy Office.'
- Image reference: F2168-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London