|The picture shows a view of all (10) Old United States Navy Pins & Charms in this lot. The first one is a sterling silver World War II Army - Navy E War Production pin. |
Next is an old enameled pin by the Whitehead & Hoag Company of Newark, New Jersey. It has a ship anchor and is marked ''USNL''. This pin is from the U.S. Navy League. It appears to be an old one.
Next is a metal (maybe silver) Navy ship pin. It is painted red, white, & blue.
Next is an enameled ''Navy Relief Society'' charm or pendant. Besides the wording it has a ship anchor and a star. The gold image and lettering are bright and shiny but do not show up well on the scan.
Next is an enameled lapel stud button. In the center it has an image of a ship anchor, sails, and an eagle. It is marked ''U.S. Naval Reserve - Honorable Discharge''.
Next there is a matching pair of U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) collar insignia pins.
After that there is a metal coated plastic button with a ship anchor, rope, and life preserver.
Next is a United States Naval Reserve screw back button. It has a ship anchor and an eagle.
The last item in this lot is a tiny United States Navy anchor charm.
All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the Navy E Award pin measures 1-1/4'' wide. These appear to range from excellent to mint condition.