I believe you can serve it for thanksgiving.
Yeah - It kind of looks like one.........!
Thanks all - it's what I thought. Lucky it was a "bonus" item then !
Now, where did I put the cranberry sauce?
I believe these were made by an American Company called "Patch King". They made insignia for collectors in the 1940's until the 60's: US WW1 & WW2 patches plus Nazi stuff. The gauze backing to the embroidery is one of their manufacturing traits.
Some people do collect these in their own right.
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As Ade posted a "patch king" patch, which are collected by some people, though why is not something I understand, but each to their own. A period item and maybe it reminds some of their youth.
Whatever its just an opinion.