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A couple of weeks ago a few of my friends and I were hiking where a pipeline is being put in, in Arkansas when I came upon this, what I think could be, a revolutionary or civil war military two piece button of some sort. It appears to be made of brass and is about the size of a half dollar. The back has a clasp that is holding together the two pieces and allows it to spin around. The front has an eagle looking to the right, holding arrows in one claw and wheat or flowers in the other. there is a shield over its chest and it has a banner that goes above his wings on either side of him that I'm almost positive says E Pluribus Unum. There is also it has a set of thirteen stars above it in a circle shape. It looks identical to the eagle that is on the back of the one dollar bill. If there is anything that you could tell me about this I would really appreciate it.
Thank you so Much , James
GARY WILLIAMSON SAYS: The piece you found is a World War Two enlisted cap insignia. The clip part was actually sewn into the cap and the insignia screwed into that. The cap has long since disintegrated. These were generally made of bronze and that is why it has lasted so long and in relative good condition. I read you found the piece in Arkansas and there were certainly a number of military camps in service during the 1940's and later.
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