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Four (4) 14K gold historicalmembership service organization pins and badges and one (1) silver pin (5 items total). Organizations include Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR),Society of Colonial Wars,Kinsley Associates Post 113 Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), and more. 1st item: DAR 14K goldand enamel wheel and flag pin. Inscription reading "Louise Lynde Bacon 5095" and Caldwell maker's mark, reverse. 2nd item: DAR 14K gold and enamel "Liberty Home and Country" shield and eagle pin. Inscribed "591 Isabella B. Bond. June 1894," reverse. 3rd item: Society of Colonial Wars 1607-1775 14K gold and enamel "Fortiter Pro Patria" colonial soldier and Native American head ribbon badge medallion drop. J.E.Caldwell and Company maker's marks, obverse. 4th item: Kinsley Associates Post 113 GAR 14K gold and enamel ribbon badge, comprised of a red, white, and blue ribbon hanger with a medallion drop in the shape of a seven pointed star with the points represented by spear-points bordered by cannon barrels. Numbered "254," reverse. 5th item: The National Society of Children of the American Revolution (CAR) silver and enamel American eagle and flag membership pin/badge. Inscription reading "MILDRED M. BOND 6077" and Bailey, Banks, and Biddle, Philadelphia, maker's marks, and Silver, reverse. Also includes one (1)associated pink grosgrain ribbon. All 14K gold items have been tested. Ranging in size from 7/8" to 3" L.14K gold pin weigh approximately 46.3 grams. CONDITION: All items in overall good condition with tarnish, surface scratches. 4th item: Areas of loss, largest 3/8" x 1/2" to enamel, Wear, fraying to ribbon. 5th item: Some minute loss to enamel.