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Authentic Military Patches From The Army Branch of Service Used by Commands and other Groups
Authentic American Artifacts From the World War 2 Era
Cool Looking Atlantic Command "Pelorous Jack" WW2 Era Shoudler Patch
Item #: v7363
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This is the circular style shoulder patch that was worn by a member of the Atlantic base command. The patch book states that they used this pattern patch from August 15, 1942 until November 4, 1943. This one would date from the ww2 era because of the material it is made from and the construction. The patch itself is the circular design with the blue background and fish in the center. This fish is supposed to represent "Pelorous Jack" who is said to act as a pilot fish to all vessels passing through French Pass, New Zealand. This one as you can see was worn but displays well. it is a "no glow" under the black lite test. which means the material is correct for the WW2 and WW2 occupation forces era (1940-1950). It measures 2-1/2 inches across in overall size.

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$18.00 USD

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