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And before any one not familiar with the American Indian symbol for good luck, before it was corrupted by the nazi's. Get their knickers in a knot. know that it was used up until the late 1930's on the stock reverses of good luck tokens.

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When I did the google on this one it came up from a 2015 auction along with another one that sold for $400.+  Don't know which one was worth more, being a ways east of the left coast Mich, it end up in the 50% off bargain bin marked at $4.00

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