• Nia Taylor

    Pretty cool.

  • http://claimingkin.com Liv Taylor-Harris

    Hey Nia! Yeah, I thought these mementos from dad’s military days were very cool too and were the perfect feature to share on Treasure Chest Thursday!

  • Talavera Bob

    Very Interesting blog. I am now a follower. I thought you might want to check out Paradox Principles as well.
    All the best, Bob West
    http://westbob.blogspot.com/2011/03/reversing-your-thinking.html

    • http://claimingkin.com Liv Taylor-Harris

      Greetings Bob and thank you so much for visiting my blog and connecting with me. I will reciprocate soon. Again, thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/DMartinOsuagwu D. Martin-Osuagwu

    Enjoying your blog. This was a great history lesson.

    Best,
    Deanna
    http://totallyrelated.blog.com

    • http://claimingkin.com Liv Taylor-Harris

      Hi Deanna, thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my blog. I truly appreciate you. thanks for leaving a link to your blog site for I plan to visit you online soon! Again, thanks!

  • Heather Roelker

    Very cool! The military still utilizes something like this. When servicemembers are “downrange” AAFES, or Army and Air Force Exchange Service, pays change in little circular pogs. We have a ton in our house that are now toys for a little ones. So interesting to see something similar from the forties.  

    Heather
    http://www.leavesfortrees.blogspot.com

    • http://claimingkin.com Liv Taylor-Harris

      Greetings Heather and thanks so much for stopping by and adding more valuable information to my post about Military currency that is still in use today. Now you have me curious and wanting to know more about these little circular pogs you talk about – LOL!

      My father didn’t talk about his military experience very around me as he did with my older brothers. So to come across tidbits of information and these smalls treasures from my dad’s military life has been great. Again, THANK YOU!

  • https://plus.google.com/108799504691339504299 Theresa Casteel

    Wow – those are pretty neat.  A true family treasure :-)
    Cheers,
    Theresa (Tangled Trees)

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