Trifari 'Alfred Philippe' WW2 US Patriotic Red White and Blue Morse Code 'V for Victory' Pin
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Trifari 'Alfred Philippe' WW2 US Patriotic Red White and Blue Morse Code 'V for Victory' Pin
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Description: gold plated sterling, rhinestones, baguettes, cabochons
Marked: Trifari with Crown, Sterling
Reference: Mark, design, construction, and use of Sterling date this to 1942-45 - c 1942-3. Three dots and a dash is the morse code for the letter V (for Victory), used as a call sign on radio in WW2. (The BBC used the opening four notes of the first movement of Beethoven's 5th symphony). Whitson and Schiffer, Star Spangled Jewelry (2007), p 145
Condition: Excellent
Size: 1.65" x 1.25"
Price: US$875
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