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Military Insignia and Pins63 of 474Federal Eagle Pin MysterySome kind of royal military pin
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    Posted 2 years ago

    kwaldo
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    Wondering if anyone knows where this pin originates or what war it is from. Was in my dad's things. Cactus, cannons and a fleur de lis?

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
      It is a distinctive unit insignia (DUI) for the 112th Field Artillery Regiment. The Regiment was a NJ National Guard unit and still has active units.

      These are often called unit crests by soldiers.

      A photo of the back of yours will help to date the era of use.

      An online search for "112th Field Artillery Regiment" will give you significant additional information.

      scott

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