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Hello, I think specialists Patch U.S. Navy gave me the date of manufacture of the patch if it is in the 60/70 or 80, thank you.

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Hello, I think specialists Patch U.S. Navy gave me the date of manufacture of the patch if it is in the 60/70 or 80, thank you.

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Nice patches...wish I could provide you insight. It appears that the 2 Ethan Allens, Henry Clay and the last two patches are 60s-70s vintage when compared to some of my older USN patches.

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Nice patches...wish I could provide you insight. It appears that the 2 Ethan Allens, Henry Clay and the last two patches are 60s-70s vintage when compared to some of my older USN patches.

 

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Thank you very much 67 Rally, for your information, thank you again.

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These tend to be hard to date unless they have provenance, you cannot simply date based on merrowed or cut edge all of these except the right e allen look 60's or 70's. I personally have purchased cut edged ships patches into the 80's and have merrowed edge patches that I know were purchased in the 60's. All of yours look good and would not hesitate to put any one of them in a period collection.

 

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These tend to be hard to date unless they have provenance, you cannot simply date based on merrowed or cut edge all of these except the right e allen look 60's or 70's. I personally have purchased cut edged ships patches into the 80's and have merrowed edge patches that I know were purchased in the 60's. All of yours look good and would not hesitate to put any one of them in a period collection.

 

John

 

 

 

 

 

Hello topdcnut,

thank you for your answers, the year, the manufacturing sewn to the point Merrow edge, or cut edges, very good information, thank you.

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