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    Posted 6 years ago

    Buyselltra…
    (2 items)

    Does anyone recognize this pin? I'm trying to determine the date it was manufactured.

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    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      http://imageevent.com/bluboi/haskellfindings

      Haskell horseshoe plaque. This is the earliest signature plaque, used primarily in 1948-1950 but are still in Haskell's inventory today. Haskell soldered the design plaques onto the filigree backs long before they were used on a piece of jewelry, using whichever one (horseshoe or oval) that fit best on the backing. Then, when jewelry was made, a piece with the applied plaque was used based on fit. Apparently the horseshoe was discontinued because it bent too easily when being soldered onto the backs.
    2. Gillian, 6 years ago
      It'd a lovely pin.
      Welcome to CW.

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