Sizes 5/8" to 2". Last is a stud and five are pins. First has "Our County" bar and medal text "1914/1919 World War" and Liberty figure holding logo shield of "Brotherhood Of Locomotive Firemen And Enginemen". Reverse award text from "Grand Lodge" in recognition of service. Second front text "For Service In The World War For Liberty And For Freedom of Nations" Reverse names B. of Railroad Trainmen with tribute text. Third names "B&ORR" plus "Victory/Liberty Loan/Solicitor". Fourth has serial "8556" and "American E. F. Transportation Service/ Railroad Department. Refers to expeditionary forces. Dull luster. Fifth names "Pullman Standard Car Mfg. Co./In Government Service". Last has USA/Canada flags and "War Service/B. of L. E." Many rarities. Fine to NM.