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Olive Drab (OD) Crowns

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How do you tell if a crown is OD or just tarnished?


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Re: Olive Drab (OD) Crowns

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OD crown or tarnished? It’s the correct timeframe for WWII OD stuff....Image


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Re: Olive Drab (OD) Crowns

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I would say you would have to look at it under magnification. You should be able to see the edge of the paint if the paint is chipping or has been scratched off.

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