Button with Post Office Department seal
- Adapted from the Post Office Department’s seal, the metal button features a post rider on a galloping horse with “U.S.A.” imprinted along the top and “P.O.D.” (Post Office Department) along the bottom. The Waterbury Button Company of Waterbury, Connecticut, manufactured this button, which met the regulations for postal jackets created between 1868 and 1873.
- Albert, Alphaeus H. Record of American Uniform and Historical Buttons. Boyertown, PA: Boyertown Pub. Co., 1969.
- http://blue.usps.gov/postalhistory/histuniforms_buttons.htm Accessed July 6, 2005.
- Data Source
- National Postal Museum
- Object number
- Employee Gear
- Diam 0.875 in. (2.2225 cm.)
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- Record ID
- Not determined