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    Neal

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    What is this

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    Cheap brooch/junk jewelry. Keep at it and you'll find better!

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    Troublemaker

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    It's a cool find.
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    Ben from NH, the Z means nothing

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    I can't make out what's on the back, but if there had been a clip on each side then I'd guess a sweater collar clip. But if it just had one pin going from one end to the other, then yes on the brooch suggestion.
    edit: oh yeah, sweater clips had chains connecting the two sides... never mind that idea.
    Last edited by nhbenz; Oct 12, 2017 at 02:21 PM.
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    Troublemaker

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    For some reason I want to say a musical instrument part, I don't know why I'm thinking that.

    Like a decorative part, not a functional part. Whatever, but I keep thinking instrument.
    Last edited by P.ALLEN; Oct 12, 2017 at 02:27 PM.
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  6. #6
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    What the...... what is that thing?

  7. #7
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    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhbenz View Post
    I can't make out what's on the back, but if there had been a clip on each side then I'd guess a sweater collar clip. But if it just had one pin going from one end to the other, then yes on the brooch suggestion.
    edit: oh yeah, sweater clips had chains connecting the two sides... never mind that idea.
    It most definitely is a sweater clip worn close to the neck. Nice Pull
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    coppersmith

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  9. #9

    Apr 2007
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    tie clasp?

  10. #10
    Educator

    Feb 2006
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    With enlargement of the photo of the back, there appears to be a pin-hinge on the object's left end, and on the right end there is a c-catch (or a similar form of catch) to hold the pin's sharp end. So, I agree with xr7ator and nhbenz... it's a ladies brooch. The diagrams below can help the finder time-date it.
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    Ben from NH, the Z means nothing

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    Good eyes! Supporting that, I believe, would be the discolored wear mark in the middle of the crossbar where the pin would have gone across.
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