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    Posted 11 years ago

    Toyman
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    When I first moved into my Sisters row 1820 home.This was behind one of the mantles.I dont know what kind it is does anyone know ?Thanks everyone

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    1. Knivesnsuch, 11 years ago
      It reminds me a bit of the Polish flag. The bird is what keeps pointing me in that direction.
    2. Toyman Toyman, 11 years ago
      Yes it was behind mantle in my 1820s house Thanks for any help thanks have a great day toyman.Owner that had house built was military too so It got me wondering .It is very old not sure what its made of either.Thanks for help
    3. Toyman Toyman, 11 years ago
      Thank you so much for your likes james and officialfuel.Im still trying to find out about this medal because then it documents who had the medal that was in this house.Not sure if it was from orig owner of my 1820 house.or his brother ? Thank for any help.The eagle looks like knivesand such said polish or could be german ?
    4. Toyman Toyman, 11 years ago
      Yes that is what I was doing.It does take time.Thanks for all your help.Also wanted to tell you If they would let you speak for storytelling.I would put you up for a couple nights.Just wanted to tell you.Thanks john
    5. Toyman Toyman, 11 years ago
      THANKS KNIVESANDSUCH.
    6. feliciageoff feliciageoff, 11 years ago
      I'm leaning towards Austrian. The falcon resembles the one s on Austrian crests. They usually onle have a cross bar in middle and this one has vertical and horizontal. But its still really close.
    7. Toyman Toyman, 11 years ago
      Thank you for all your help feliciagoff. Sto over and I would love to give you a tour.Thanks again This medal belonged to somone that lived here either samual or dr bird .
    8. feliciageoff feliciageoff, 11 years ago
      After a little research, I have found that the Byrd family crests have three common factors in relation to this crest. First, they have an eagle in common. Second, the color red is dominate in both. And third, they have two lines that cross over centered in crest.
      Dr. Byrd was the second owner of Sisters Row. I personally feel there is too many things in common not to be of relation. Different branches of the family would create their own family crest.
      You may very well have a piece that crossed the "pond" with his family.
      I'll continue researching. I'm very intrigued with this mystery of yours.
    9. Militarist Militarist, 10 years ago
      The crowned eagle is very much like the eagle of the Kingdom of Sardinia which was ruled by the House of Savoy. They eventually united the Italian States into the Kingdom of Italy.

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