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Description: These brass stampings are vintage pieces and have the original patina. These stampings are US Army symbols. An eagle with a shield featuring 13 bars has wings outstretched; above its head is a cloud of glory containing 13 stars. In its beak is a scroll bearing "E Pluribus Unum." In one claw is held an olive branch, in the other is held arrows. They do not have flat backs.

Size: 1 9/32" long x 1 9/32"" wide (32.5 mm x 33 mm); the brass is about 0.5 mm thick (1/32"), and the stamping is about 1/16" (2 mm) deep.

Material: Brass

Country of origin: Unknown, most likely American; most likely from the forties

Quantity: 2 stampings, exactly as shown

Color: Brass

About vintage items: Many of the vintage items were originally stored in bags in warehouses. There might be signs of wear and tear. Glass items might have scratches and/or small chips.

Please note: Colors might vary slightly due to differences in monitors.

Scale picture is included for reference only.

Brass Army eagle stampings, vintage large nice patina 33 mm, 2 pcs


  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
  • Material: brass
  • Ships worldwide from Michigan, United States
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