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    Posted 5 years ago

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    These two buttons are in some of my grandfathers World War I items. My mom believe these were buttons taken from a German soldiers uniform, but with the US on the one, I kinda doubt that. Anyone help identify this UNS button? I also attached a picture of one of his WWI dog tags for authenticity

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
      First two are collar disks: USNA is US National Army and the other is for Infantry branch. They are for US soldiers in WW1 and not German.

    2. flashlarue flashlarue, 5 years ago
      USNA collar disk stands for United States National Army
    3. flashlarue flashlarue, 5 years ago
      Chas A. Goldsberry disk is a WW1 US Army dog tag.
    4. Newfld Newfld, 5 years ago
      Wonderful historic WW1 buttons

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