WWII 'Chicago South Side Hungarian - American Ambulance Day' Pin

WWII 'Chicago South Side Hungarian - American Ambulance Day' Pin

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This is an authentic WWII era pin from Chicago, made to commemorate Ambulance Day in the South Side of Chicago on August 30, 1942. It seems as though this was done as a joint effort between Americans and Hungarians who were living in Chicago during World War II. The pin has a white background with blue print, and a nice looking image of an old school 1940s ambulance. The pin is pinback style and is in very nice condition, however it looks slightly off centered.
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Product Description

This is an authentic WWII era pin from Chicago, made to commemorate Ambulance Day in the South Side of Chicago on August 30, 1942. It seems as though this was done as a joint effort between Americans and Hungarians who were living in Chicago during World War II. The pin has a white background with blue print, and a nice looking image of an old school 1940s ambulance. There is no makers stamp on the back, although it does have some very nice patina acquired over the past 69 years! The pin is pinback style and is in very nice condition as can be noted in the photos. However, it does look like the pin was printed slightly off centered.

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