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Article about: I recently cleaned out my storage and found a bunch of pins left to me by my Grandpa. Any help on identifying them would be greatly appreciated.

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    jcruiser89
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    I recently cleaned out my storage and found a bunch of pins left to me by my Grandpa. Any help on identifying them would be greatly appreciated.






























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    gold U.S. collar pins Army officer,,, Germany WW I veterens pin

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    Well the 14th picture down is Bronze Star medal ribbon

    The 15th picture down in order from right to left are Army Good Conduct ribbon, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal ribbon (the 3 stars meaning he was in 3 seperate areas), and I have no idea about the one on the far left...

    And the 24th picture I would say that was the insignia of the 92nd Infantry Division...but I'm not exactly sure..

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    Hi jcruiser89


    On picture eleven and twelve you can see the faces of the last two emperors of the German Reich and Austria Hungary.

    The rest seems to be US militaria, except the button...


    Greetz

    Nick VR

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    Other things are Buffalo Nickels that the backgrounds have been cutaway with a jeweler's saw.
    See here:
    http://www.money.org/AM/Images/money/h_img/bufb37r.jpg

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    The button on the 7 th & 8 th picture is an 18th century Saksen army button.
    I' ll be intrested if you might sell it!
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    jcruiser89
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    How much is it worth? I will sell anything that i posted.

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    There is a similar 18 th century Prussian button being sold on eBay FR , lot nummer 300286041082; have a look. I hope I am not offending any regulation about other sites??
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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