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flashlarue's loves19 of 152Gold Badge/Medal "Captain N.A. Briggs Jan. 1891" Cigar cutter. Iron Maiden torture chamber.
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    Posted 8 months ago

    wfatzinger
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    back side of pin as requested by another user. pin may not be military, we are just guessing. thank you for your help!

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    1. mcheconi mcheconi, 8 months ago
      If it is military, it seems to be related to a bridge building battalion.
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 8 months ago
      There was a Meyer company in NY in the 1930's that made badges for different uses. I seem to remember there were different family members involved but can't remember the initials. Doing a google for them might be a start for you. I have had several police badges from makers in NYC
    3. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 8 months ago
      I love the heraldic pin design of the shield. Very nice.
    4. flashlarue flashlarue, 8 months ago
      It is WW2 period US Army. The three color background and design would make me think it is an artillery unit.
    5. flashlarue flashlarue, 8 months ago
      Found it. US Army, 66th Armor Regiment

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