US Navy brass buttons, made by Waterbury of Conn.. Still in their original (and sealed) Government-approved bag! Waterbury was founded in 1812 and is still the premier suppliers of stamped brass buttons in the United States. When Grant met Lee at the Appomattox Courthouse, both men were wearing Waterbury buttons on their uniforms! This traditional continues today, with Waterbury making buttons for use by all branches of the armed services. This is a set of 7 (6 for use, one spare) 1" US Navy brass buttons for a peacoat of other uniform coat. They are unused and in their original (and sealed) bag. Asking just $20, or offer, shipped in the USA.