WWI to 1981 Jewish Chaplain Collars

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On November 1, 1981 a significant change occurred in this insignia, since WWI the Jewish Chaplains tablets had Roman numerals numbering from I to X (1 to 10) and from that date on the tablets would be in Hebrew and 1 inch in height. The use of Roman numerals was considered an insult  for two reasons, the hand of god in giving the law would not write in Roman numerals and the Roman domination of Jewish communities with a tyrannical force 2000 years. These are a museum quality reproduction of the original version in sterling. The ones here have the clasp that was used in the 1926 through the 1930’s.  These are extremely hard to find in Sterling and here is a chance to get a set.

WWI to 1926 Sew On loops P-2036L

1926 to Pre-WWII Center clasp as shown in photo P-2036C

WWII to early 1960's Pin back C-clasp P-2036II

1960's to 1981 Clutch Backs P-2036

Various backs are provide, please select which you want during check out.