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    Posted 11 years ago

    debquilts
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    The eagle faces right, the wings are out with stripes going vertically and horizontally. The eagle is holding a (what I believe to be)sword in it's right claw. There is a bunch of different letters going around the edge. I don't know what branch of service or what country it would come from. Any information would help me to identify it. Thanks!

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    1. Militarist Militarist, 11 years ago
      Looks like a copy of an old coin design, middle ages central Europe
    2. Buttonista, 11 years ago
      This Button appears to be made of metalized plastic and is an attempt at a Roman design with nonsensical Latin around the border that translates to something like: "Robert, father, leader, gift of swing"...lol! Made for the fashion industry.
    3. debquilts, 11 years ago
      Thank you for all your help everyone! Clears it up for me.

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