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    Posted 6 years ago

    rednoel94
    (139 items)

    Like the previous pin I posted, I think it’s small to be a hat pin but I’m not sure. I can’t tell if the engraving on it is initialing or just a design.

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    1. Collectables59 Collectables59, 6 years ago
      It's another stick pin. The letters are the initials of a wealthy Englishman who used the pin to hold his cravat in place. Have a look on one of the selling sites you will find a huge selection of designs and ages. Neil
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 6 years ago
      Hi rednoel94, I have one of these pins, that my mother wore as an accent, or scarf pin. It is engraved with her initials, and has a slip lock on the pin, that holds it in place. I think she got it in the 197o-80's, from my father. :^D
      I think Neil(Collectables59) is correct about the use of older ones, but the newer ones are mainly accent pins. :^)
    3. rednoel94 rednoel94, 6 years ago
      Thanks both of you! The information you’ve given me is interesting! Do you have any idea about the age? And I’ll have to look up what a cravat is. :)
      Can you tell what the initials are @Collectables59 @billretirecoll
    4. artfoot artfoot, 6 years ago
      I'll join in - I'm pretty sure the initials are AKH.
    5. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 6 years ago
      That could be, artfoot, I don't know my calligraphy! :^)
    6. rednoel94 rednoel94, 6 years ago
      @artfoot thank you! It’s easier to see when I know what letters I’m looking for! :)
      It makes me curious about the original owner. Wish I knew how old it was

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