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Amongst a bag of military badges, I have two unidentified things as pictures below. One has CMSE  on the arms of the cross, and the diamond shaped pin clasp back fitting is too high quality to be jewelry. Any clues? Ta.

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The cruciform badge is ‘Church of England Men’s Society’, plenty on the net.

Jerry

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Thanks Jerry.

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The other two I would say were two halves of a shirt stud, but possibly didn't start together. The silver coloured screw thread I have definitely had before on shirt studs. The diamond shaped thing is too small for a cufflink. I would expect the two halves to match in colour, which is why I think a marriage.

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The diamond thing looks like a shirt button, they normally come as a set of 4.

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Thanks chaps. Recyclable scrap it is.

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