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    Wow that's neat. That's one war relic that I would love to own, although I admire the man whom it was given to for his hard work on this project that won the war!! I wonder if they were ever reproduced.

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    do you have a photo of the obverse side?
    This would be a great project to reproduce as a nuclear age souvenir.
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    WOW! That is an amazing piece of history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitrous View Post
    do you have a photo of the obverse side?
    This would be a great project to reproduce as a nuclear age souvenir.
    Doug
    Here are both sides pictured at the New York Historical Society website: https://www.nyhistory.org/exhibit/ma...ect-pin-180221



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