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piratelou's items1 of 15Porcelain Sign "Peiffer Bros. Seals, Rubber Stamps, Stencils" Military Patches - WWII
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    Posted 9 years ago

    piratelou
    (15 items)

    Don't know what these patches represent, but any help identifying what they are would be fantastic. Thanks in advance!

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    Original WWII US 70th Tank Battalion Named ID'd Uniform Group D-Day Utah Beach
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    WW2 FORMATION SIGN BADGE MI9 SI9 INTELLIGENCE SCHOOL PATCH WORLD WAR II SOE
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    Original WWII US 70th Tank Battalion Named ID'd Uniform Group D-Day Utah Beach
    Original WWII US 70th Tank Battalio...
    $579
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    1. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 9 years ago
      The patches with the "A" are shoulder patches for the US First Army. The one with the eagle is the rank insignia for Specialist 7. That was a rank insignia for someone who worked at the same pay grade as a Sergeant First Class, but did not have supervisory authority outside of his specialty. That rank ceased to exist after 1978. The insignia is beside it is upside-down. It's the rank insignia for a Sergeant First Class. I would guess all these patches came from the 1960s or 70s.

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