Trade silver cross of lorraine

Here's a custom 36" barrel Northwest Trade Gun with a 20 gauge and .54 caliber This shows the custom made "Cross of Lorraine" in sterling silver. The cross 

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Usually though not always these were used to trade beaver pelts or other fur trade items. It is a "Cross of Lorraine" with the HB (Hudson Bay Co.) Trademark on the reverse. On the face you can see the engraved detail of this piece (see photo). Authentic Fur Trade Silver Cross Of Lorraine Robert Cruickshank Hudson's.

Usually though not always these were used to trade beaver pelts or other fur trade items. It is a "Cross of Lorraine" with the HB (Hudson Bay Co.) Trademark on the reverse. On the face you can see the engraved detail of this piece (see photo). It measures 2 1/2" long and 1 3/8" wide. Hudson Bay Co. Native American Indian silver trade cross suspended from necklace comprised of emerald green faceted glass beads alternating with metal oval shaped beads. Cross has mounted central green glass cabochon and company hallmark surmounted by beaver, below "NR" hallmark for Narcisse Roy. MISSISSIPPI PROVENANCED TRADE SILVER CROSS Measuring 4,25 inches, zoomorphic style cross with peace dove at center, old dealers tag and sticker indicating the following "1780'S trade silver cross. This silver cross was found on a Chickasaw Indian Village site in Lee County Mississippi by William Henry in October of 1974" The Cross of Lorraine was adopted on July 1, 1940 by General de Gaulle, as the symbol of France Libre - Free French Forces during WWII. De Gaulle founded the resistance organization after his appeal of June 18, 1940 in London. He indeed wanted the Cross of Lorraine to oppose the Nazi Swastika. The Cross of Lorraine (French: Croix de Lorraine), known as Cross of Anjou in the 16th century, is a heraldic two-barred cross, consisting of a vertical line crossed by two shorter horizontal bars.In most renditions, the horizontal bars are "graded" with the upper bar being the shorter, though variations with the bars of equal length are also seen. Nickel silver, also known as German silver contains NO real silver whatsoever. It is a much cheaper alloy of nickel, copper, and zinc. It is a much cheaper alloy of nickel, copper, and zinc. This material was introduced late in the fur trade period, and was generally regarded by the natives as an inferior material.

Hudson Bay Co. Native American Indian silver trade cross suspended from necklace comprised of emerald green faceted glass beads alternating with metal oval shaped beads. Cross has mounted central green glass cabochon and company hallmark surmounted by beaver, below "NR" hallmark for Narcisse Roy.

Hudson Bay Co. Native American Indian silver trade cross suspended from necklace comprised of emerald green faceted glass beads alternating with metal oval shaped beads. Cross has mounted central green glass cabochon and company hallmark surmounted by beaver, below "NR" hallmark for Narcisse Roy. MISSISSIPPI PROVENANCED TRADE SILVER CROSS Measuring 4,25 inches, zoomorphic style cross with peace dove at center, old dealers tag and sticker indicating the following "1780'S trade silver cross. This silver cross was found on a Chickasaw Indian Village site in Lee County Mississippi by William Henry in October of 1974" The Cross of Lorraine was adopted on July 1, 1940 by General de Gaulle, as the symbol of France Libre - Free French Forces during WWII. De Gaulle founded the resistance organization after his appeal of June 18, 1940 in London. He indeed wanted the Cross of Lorraine to oppose the Nazi Swastika. The Cross of Lorraine (French: Croix de Lorraine), known as Cross of Anjou in the 16th century, is a heraldic two-barred cross, consisting of a vertical line crossed by two shorter horizontal bars.In most renditions, the horizontal bars are "graded" with the upper bar being the shorter, though variations with the bars of equal length are also seen. Nickel silver, also known as German silver contains NO real silver whatsoever. It is a much cheaper alloy of nickel, copper, and zinc. It is a much cheaper alloy of nickel, copper, and zinc. This material was introduced late in the fur trade period, and was generally regarded by the natives as an inferior material. This is a RARE and UNIQUE CROSS of LORRAINE style piece of trade silver that has it's makers mark "R.C" which is the mark of ROBERT CRUICKSHANK who "started apprenticing in 1759 and made silver until 1809" This item is quite crudely made, early appearing and could have been "done by an apprentice " of Cruickshank's " since the bi-lobates/tri-lobates are uneven". The Cross of Lorraine was adopted on July 1, 1940 by General de Gaulle, as the symbol of France Libre - Free French Forces during WWII. De Gaulle founded the resistance organization after his appeal of June 18, 1940 in London. He indeed wanted the Cross of Lorraine to oppose the Nazi Swastika. The Cross has since remained a meaningful symbol for the French.

Usually though not always these were used to trade beaver pelts or other fur trade items. It is a "Cross of Lorraine" with the HB (Hudson Bay Co.) Trademark on the reverse. On the face you can see the engraved detail of this piece (see photo). It measures 2 1/2" long and 1 3/8" wide.

In France, the Cross of Lorraine was the symbol of Free France during World War II, the liberation of France from Nazi Germany, and Gaullism and includes several variations of a two barred cross . The Cross was displayed on the flags of Free French warships, and the fuselages of Free French aircraft. CROSS OF LORRAINE ring sterling silver 925 french foreign legion silver999 5 out of 5 stars (594) $ 64.99 Trade silver is a catch-all phrase for the various pieces of jewelry (such as brooches, pendants, arm bands, earrings, and noserings) made for trade with the North American Native Peoples though the end of the fur trade era in the early 19th century. Trade Silver Ornaments Woodland Costume Panels Ready Made Bead Work Dance Kits Breastplates Necklaces / Chokers Cloth / Fringe / Ribbon Blankets Peace Pipes / Tomahawks Botanicals / Foods / Tobacco Dream Catchers / Mandellas Musical Instruments Beads / Beading Supplies / Hair Pipe Buttons Jewelry Findings Tools / Misc. Feathers Genuine Animal

The Cross of Lorraine was adopted on July 1, 1940 by General de Gaulle, as the symbol of France Libre - Free French Forces during WWII. De Gaulle founded the resistance organization after his appeal of June 18, 1940 in London. He indeed wanted the Cross of Lorraine to oppose the Nazi Swastika. The Cross has since remained a meaningful symbol for the French.

Silver Cross of Lorraine from the fur trade with Native Americans. It has the Hudson Bay Company hallmark in two places on the front and is 3 1/2 inches in length. Ex. In France, the Cross of Lorraine was the symbol of Free France during World War II, the liberation of France from Nazi Germany, and Gaullism and includes several variations of a two barred cross . The Cross was displayed on the flags of Free French warships, and the fuselages of Free French aircraft.

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18th Century American Indian Fur Trade Silver Cross of Lorraine - c. 1750 - LARGE - Over 3". Double barred silver cross, circa 1750-1775, probably made in   14 Sep 2019 trade silver history. There is a 2-bar cross of Lorraine (similar to our item # S211L), that was found at a Syracuse site and now resides in the  Necklace chain is 18" silver plated steel. Matching The Cross of Lorraine design was used by silversmiths during the Fur Trade in North America (1680 - 1820). Here's a custom 36" barrel Northwest Trade Gun with a 20 gauge and .54 caliber This shows the custom made "Cross of Lorraine" in sterling silver. The cross  CROSS OF LORRAINE PENDANT. CLEANED IN OUR NEW MAGNETIC TUMBLER JEWELLERY POLISHING MACHINE FOR HYGIENE. All our jewellery is 

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