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Masonic pin?


Don Bible
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Hello Sir Bible,

I d'ont think that your red insignia is a Masonic item, a chretien symbolic with a star are not the Masonic Sign

Sebastien :.

Thank you Sebastien. Does anyone recognize the language in which the single word is written?

Thanks,

Don

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The inscription is in classical Greek and means pledge or surety but no way is it masonic more likely to be a student fraternity.

Paul

Thank you Paul. It is good to know what the language is, and what it means. It is still a mystery why it was found with the German pins in the veteran's belongings.

Don

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Thank you Paul. It is good to know what the language is, and what it means. It is still a mystery why it was found with the German pins in the veteran's belongings.

Don

Presumably he was a formers Student before enlisting, he certainly wouldn't have had anything masonic as the Fuhrer didn't like such things.

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Presumably he was a formers Student before enlisting, he certainly wouldn't have had anything masonic as the Fuhrer didn't like such things.

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Paul,

You are dead on! It is a fraternity pledge pin! I found it listed.

Thanks again.

Don

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