🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Military Button?

nkellam22

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Hello,

I found these buttons in Western Europe in an old farm field where other military buttons from Prussia, France, Belgium, and the US have been found—dating from the early 1800s-WW2.

I believe they are the same button but due to the poor condition, it's hard to tell.

These buttons are around 2.5 cm (1 inch) in diameter and are made of bronze or copper.

I am not 100% sure these buttons are military but it is my guess.
I believe they are military due to what looks like an eagle in the center of the button. A wing can be seen on the right side of the first button. There is some writing below the first button, possibly an X on the far right.

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A wing (possibly from an eagle) can be seen on the right. Writing can also be seen below, possibly an X on the far right.
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Any information is welcome.

Thank you
 

hollARDog

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Great find 🤘
Maybe I see a winged figure riding a horse🤔
 
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DCMatt

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I see the Motor Transport Corp symbol - a wheel with wings... Maybe...
 
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