Star of David?
Star and crescent of Islam?
Star on US vehicles in Europe during WWII?
Star adopted as insignia on vehicles by all Allied forces for the D-
Day landings in Europe.
About 50 of them on the US flag?
One kind of "barn star" is a cast iron, effectively decorative bolt cum
washer applied to the outside of buildings that are being held together
with tie rods. They are about 6 or 8 inches wide, and 5-pointed. After
WWI (?) it was popular in some parts to cast barn stars with the names
of (dead) soldiers. What do *you* call them?
I used to live in a house that had them above the front steps for
Just a couple of blocks down the street was an old brick building that used
them for their normally intended purpose.
Both properties were once owned by the same person. Im betting that when he
used them to repair his store he used a few of them to decorate his porch.
Gazing balls, GAZING BALLS!! (Get it right. Sheesh!)
Now your day is complete! HA!
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