Buttons ; metal and enamel. These are four buttons (a-d), with the original envelope they were donated[?] in (e). Three of the buttons (a-c) are silver coloured with a Grecian pattern along their diameter. Only button (a) has a back. The fourth button (d) is rectangular and brass with red enamel, and has a lion on top with the words "WAR/ SAVINGS WORKER." The envelope (e) has a letter inside it (f) explaining that the buttons were "bought 40 years ago - T. W. Shailer." The envelope has the letterhead "Hudson's Bay Company/ INCORPORATED 2nd MAY 1670" and the addressee "T. W. Shailer/ 7606 James Rd.,/ R.R.#4, LANGLEY, B.C." The envelope has two red stamps, one in the middle at the top that reads "PAN-AM/ GAMES/ 1967/ WINNIPEG/ CANADA," and one on the right that reads "WINNIPEG/ MANITOBA/ 31 V '66/ CANADA/ 03." The envelope also has a handwritten note in blue that reads "Batchlor [sic]/ Buttons."