Pair Of Cufflinks Possibly Belonging To Gen. Burgoyne

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Pair Of Cufflinks Possibly Belonging To Gen. Burgoyne

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Title:  

Pair Of Cufflinks Possibly Belonging To Gen. Burgoyne
Date:
c. 1760 - 1770

Content Description: 

It is believed that these cufflinks belonged to General John Burgoyne and were acquired by the donor's ancestor, a soldier in Burgoyne's army, at Saratoga in 1777.

The cufflinks are of English or American origin, circa 1760 to 1770, and made of quartz crystal over twisted wire cipher backed with red foil. They are in a silver setting.

Location:
648 Route 32,New York,Saratoga,12170
Identifier:
SARA 3769, SAR 3770

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