ScrewBack 22nd Infantry Regiment Screw-back Crest DI SB

This is a single screwback 1930's to World War Two US Army 22nd Infantry Regiment Distinctive Unit Insignia crest pin. This was made in the 1930s to World War 2 era, and is hallmarked "DONDERO INC, WASHINGTON DC" on the back. This is Screw-Back, so it is early! This SB DISTINCTIVE INSIGNIA / 22 nd Infantry Reg't pin is specifically for the 22nd Rgt! The 22 nd IR was in the 4th Infantry Division! This is a vintage pin-back was made WAY BEFORE the middle 1950's when the Alpha Numeric coding system began, when, say the NS Meyer company had to start marking things with "9M" on the back. The US Army 22nd Regiment Infantry officer or enlisted soldier would wear this screw-back crest / shield dress (class "A") uniform jackets, ike jacket, tunic, with the 4th ID Patch on the shoulder. They would even wear the crest on the campaign hat or the overseas cap. The officers would wear the pair of "U.S." devices on the upper lapels, and they would wear the branch of service pins on the lower lapels. (These 22nd Inf Reg crests would go on the epaulets.) The enlisted men would wear the BOS collar discs on the upper lapels, and the DUIs DIs on the lower lapel. This is used, but in good shape and ready to use and wear, or to display, right now! It can be worn on the ike jacket, or the tunic or jacket. This would really spice up a uniform. The 22

They got battle / campaign / combat credit for the Normandy and Northern France Campaigns, the Rhineland, the Battle of the Bulge at Ardennes/ Alsace, and the Central Europe campaign. A great unit! A great history! A very rare SB crest / DI / DUI pin! My opening bid is 99 cents and I have no reserve.

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