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Lapel Pin - Warsaw Mermaid, Syrenka Warszawska by Polish Pins. $6.95. This design is also available as a Tie Clip!. Pin measures: 0.69" Tall. Package in a clear polybag. Antique silver plated butterfly clutch lapel pin of the Warsaw Coat of Arms  Warsaw Mermaid (Syrenka Warszawska) armed with the sword and shield. On the mermaid Syrenka's shield is the crowned Polish Eagle.  - Pin measures: 0.69" Tall - Package in a clear polybag. - This design is also available a...

Lapel Pin - Warsaw Mermaid, Syrenka Warszawska by Polish Pins. $6.95. This design is also available as a Tie Clip!. Pin measures: 0.69" Tall. Package in a clear polybag. Antique silver plated butterfly clutch lapel pin of the Warsaw Coat of Arms Warsaw Mermaid (Syrenka Warszawska) armed with the sword and shield. On the mermaid Syrenka's shield is the crowned Polish Eagle. - Pin measures: 0.69" Tall - Package in a clear polybag. - This design is also available a...

from: Daniel Adams Fine Art Gallery: "this John Deere wagon is just sitting on a hilltop nearby."

from: Daniel Adams Fine Art Gallery: "this John Deere wagon is just sitting on a hilltop nearby."

Augusta-Raurica-Objects. Things left behind in Roman baths drainage systems suggesting all manner of activities took place there.

Augusta-Raurica-Objects. Things left behind in Roman baths drainage systems suggesting all manner of activities took place there.

Snuff box, 1805. This container held snuff, a form of powdered tobacco, which was pinched between the fingers and inhaled. Snuff-taking was popular in Britain from the late 17th century with both men and women. These small portable boxes were carried everywhere and freely used. Larger containers would be passed around the table after dinner. Early snuff boxes contained a grater to grate the blocks of compressed powdered snuff and spices, such as cloves and cinnamon, imported from the West…

Snuff box

Snuff box, 1805. This container held snuff, a form of powdered tobacco, which was pinched between the fingers and inhaled. Snuff-taking was popular in Britain from the late 17th century with both men and women. These small portable boxes were carried everywhere and freely used. Larger containers would be passed around the table after dinner. Early snuff boxes contained a grater to grate the blocks of compressed powdered snuff and spices, such as cloves and cinnamon, imported from the West…

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