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WWII Manhattan Project A-Bomb Bronze Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2221
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    This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare pin that was awarded to project members who spent less than 18 months working on the Manhattan Project. The pin is _ of an inch in diameter as was the original and in bronze. A sterling pin was awarded to those who worked over 18 months on the effort. The Manhattan Project was the effort which led to the development of the atomic bomb by the US during WW-II. Though the eventual use of the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki remains a subject of...

    WWII Manhattan Project A-Bomb Sterling Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2201
    Sale Price: $34.95
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      This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare pin that was awarded to project members who spent over one year working on the Mahattan Project. The pin is 3/4 of an inch in diameter as was the original. A bronze pin was awarded to those who worked less than a year on the effort. The Manhattan Project was the effort which led to the development of the atomic bomb by the US during WW-II. Though the eventual use of the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki remains a subject of controversy some 60...

      WWII Manhattan Project A-Bomb Sterling Pin  Bright Finish, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2201B
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        This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare pin that was awarded to project members who spent over one year working on the Mahattan Project. The pin is 3/4 of an inch in diameter as was the original and in a bright brand new finish. A bronze pin was awarded to those who worked less than a year on the effort. The Manhattan Project was the effort which led to the development of the atomic bomb by the US during WW-II. Though the eventual use of the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki remains...