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    Posted 3 years ago

    Alexavguy
    (1 item)

    So cleaning out a apartment i came across a bag of old military pins and what looks to be a class ring from 1948. I know the lolamy pins are artillery hat pins . The others im finding hard to date and identify.

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    1943 Insignia of the U.S. Army Vintage Style WW2 Poster - 18x24
    1943 Insignia of the U.S. Army Vint...
    $12
    1940s US Marines Insignia Illustrated Vintage Style WW2 Poster - 18x24
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    Lot of 35 VTG WWII  and Modern Military Collectible Pins STERLING bracelet BUCKL
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    Vintage COMBAT INFANTRYMAN BADGE CIB Sterling US Army Rifle Post Pin WW II World
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    1943 Insignia of the U.S. Army Vintage Style WW2 Poster - 18x24
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    1. stjoevet stjoevet, 3 years ago
      The crest with LOLAMY on it is the 68th Air Defense Artillery
    2. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
      The 68th ADA pins are actually distinctive unit insignia (DUI) or simply called unit crests by most soldiers.

      The other similar pair looks to be a pair of DUI as well.

      The US and crossed cannon are enlisted lapel insignia. The domed "US" are Korean War era.

      scott

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