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This is a genuine antique pin in wearable condition, made during World War I. Multiple pins of this design are available, and you will receive a random one shown in the photos above.
The Third Liberty Loan was a component of a broader American government effort to raise money for World War I by selling war bonds, often known as Liberty Bonds, which were issued by the U.S. Treasury. Congress passed the Third Liberty Bond Act on April 4, 1918, and the bonds soon started to be issued. These pins and buttons were intended to be worn by Americans on the home front during World War I to demonstrate their membership in an organization and/or their contribution to a particular war effort, such as the United War Work Campaign. This is similar to how military insignia are used to identify their wearer (by association with an organization) and his or her accomplishments. The buttons and pins encouraged others to join the various war activities in a similar way by displaying the wearer's generosity and patriotism.
A signed Certificate of Authenticity will accompany your purchase. Multiple pins of this design are available, and you will receive a random one shown in the photos above. A display case is also included.
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