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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleEye1 View Post
    Ok interesting and thanks all for the responses. So, how late were these made for Civilian use. If 1920's or earlier, I am pleased as this is an old town site and found a bar brooch from Victorian era -1910's in same area too. Thanks for any info!
    1920s probably isn't far off. Pretty tricky to pin down without a makers mark. So many variants of the anchor motif on fashion buttons, but its the steelback that help narrow it to post-1900.
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