Want to trade militaria for Masonic pins.

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  1. J.D.

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    Up for trade, if anyone is interested:

    Top left:
    WWII era two-piece construction U.S. collar pin.
    Middle left: unidentified blue/red ribbon possibly Vietnam era.
    Bottom left:
    Vietnam Civil Action w/Palm AF/Navy Unit Citation.
    Center: Good Conduct medal not engraved on the back.
    Right: US Army 94th Engineer Battalion DUI Unit Crest pins.


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  2. Brother JC

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    Middle left: Army Presidential Unit Citation and Army Meritorious Unit Commendation.
     
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  3. J.D.

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    Thank you. They have been in my possession for 25 years give or take.
     
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  5. Ripcord22A

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    All of those are still in use today...exactly as they are.....what makes u think the US is ww2 era?

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  6. J.D.

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    I want to trade them off for things I am interested in. Not discuss every small detail. When I googled them, for some reason, the U.S. partial screwback etc. came up WWII era. How do you know they aren't?
     
  7. Ripcord22A

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    Well im currently serving and we are still using thay exact same thing. Im not saying its not ww2 as they used it then too but i think what its nade outta would tell ya. The old ones i believe were solid brass. The ones we use now are some kinda mix

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  8. J.D.

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    I see and understand. How is the construction of the newer ones? The U.S. is screwed through the back but also has two pin studs and clips. Do you have any Grand Lodge or unique masonic pins you would like to trade?
     
  9. Ripcord22A

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    That is how the ones are now as well. You would have to get them looked at by a militaria expert. And I dont. The only pin i have is the GL of NM chili pin

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  10. Brother JC

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    Red or green?
     
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