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From the World War II era, this is a group of three Army Medical Corps Lapel Pins.

Each pin as the medical caduceus which became the popular medical symbol only after its adoption by the U.S. Army Medical Corps at the early part of the 20th century.

Each pin is a double clutch back pin, however the caduceus can actually be removed from the brass plat that holds it. It is a simple screw in piece.

You get three pins in the listing.

One inch in circumference. The brass has stayed nicely, some of these have a darker patina than others.

From a collector's estate destash.

Vintage Army Medical Corps World War II Lapel Pins


  • Materials: vintage brass, brass pins, medical pin, army brass
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