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Fine Jewelry5903 of 6634TAXCO Antonio Pineda crown mark silver earringsThis micro mosaic pendant makes my "Grand Tour" complete
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Posted 6 years ago


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These were saved for over 125 years The GAR one is from Atlantic City 1924
The one from our town Beverly don't know age
The first shot in the center looks like old gold really beautiful cant find any words on these gold ones ? The 3 to the left would these be for men ? the metal ones?

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  1. filmnet filmnet, 6 years ago
    On the left file in the middle the 2 gold ones which are the same are Gold 12k, What are the tiny red stones?
  2. Luisa Luisa, 6 years ago
    Beautiful hat pin collection!! The eagle motif could possibly Hungarian or German.
  3. filmnet filmnet, 6 years ago
    Luisa , the eagle gold color pin is made from a Civil war button from here in the USA 1860s, i have posted buttons just like this one here.
  4. Hatpins4me, 5 years ago
    Hatpins werent used by men, but ladies certainly had hatpins made out of uniform buttons in honor of their husbands or other important men in their lives.
    The tiny bows could be gold, rolled gold or gilded (need to have them checked for gold content). Garnets were popular stones in hatpins but we see rubies on occasion as well. If the metal isn't gold though then it is more likely that the stones would be cut glass. Fun collection! Thanks for sharing.

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