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 Posted: Mon Jan 1st, 2018 01:33 am
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calabash digger
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I found these this year on a new permission.

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Wow.. That is a rare one, and in really nice condition as well! Beautiful button indeed! Thanks for sharing!

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 Posted: Mon Jan 1st, 2018 12:00 pm
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I cannot find a exact example of it anywhere. Have you seen one?

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calabash digger wrote: I cannot find a exact example of it anywhere. Have you seen one?It is listed as NA 14 in Albert's book, with an RV of 25  ..Described as Navy: 1-piece with border and circle of rope: a six pointed star above and on each side of foul anchor: blank, 23mm.

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Nice One, I could tell its Navy but that is the best I can do

Good One

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That is a rare one. You won't find very many of them in photo form or in hand to compare yours with. I saw one other just like it at a show, side by side with one bearing only one star at the top. That made a neat display.

Thank you for sharing this one with us, and congratulations on the find.

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Man alive..scarce and a Beauty..!!!

Thanks for sharing....

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Nice one.

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