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US military insignia dies?

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    Default US military insignia dies?

    Hello,
    I was wondering if anyone here had any idea what these are? I found them in a storage garage that I bought out. I think they are molds or dies but I really don't know how they would have been used. My best guess is they were used to make duplicates with a pantograph or similar copying machine as their was a pantograph in the storage unit. I think I am going to sell them off but I'm not sure how to advertise them or if they would even generate any interest.

    Thanks for the help!

    Kirby
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    Default Re: US military insignia dies?

    I think they are dies for insignia, as you've said.

    The winged prop is Army Air Force officer's collar device,
    and the other is for a marksmanship badge.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Default Re: US military insignia dies?

    Thanks Steve!

    Kirby

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