Haviland France Limoges ashtray with Insignia of the 33rd Infantry
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Haviland France Limoges ashtray with Insignia of the 33rd Infantry. Measures approx 4"D and no chips or cracks. Prior to 1922 United States Army units did not have regimental crest pins authorized and the pins started to come on the scene between 1922 to about 1928. As an example the 33rd was formed and later moved into Clayton in 1920 with just crossed rifles bearing a 33. In June 1924 their first crest pin was approved and was very similar to the final version (above) but there was dissatisfaction and the final type as we know today was approved in February 8, 1928 and is the one we knew growing up in the Canal Zone.
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- Militaria & Weapons
- Ca 1930's-40's
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