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The Peyton pearls must be taken from the strong box—a necklace, earrings, breastpin and tiara.
THE COMINGS OF COUSIN ANNEMMA SPEED SAMPSON
This was a breastpin of purest gold, with the head—a great violet cut from a single amethyst—as perfectly executed as hers.
CHARLES AUCHESTER, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)ELIZABETH SHEPPARD
She was in Bex, eighteen years ago, when Babette was baptized; she had given Babette, the expensive breastpin which she wore.
THE ICE-MAIDEN: AND OTHER TALES.HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
It seemed in her dream that there was something at the bottom that she wanted—a breastpin or a piece of money.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
An excessively coloured man in a rasping white shirt and brand-new slops, a shining hat, and a breastpin, turned round.
LIFE'S HANDICAPRUDYARD KIPLING
In his necktie was a large diamond, and a star-shaped clustre of small ones furnished him with a breastpin.
DUE NORTH OR GLIMPSES OF SCANDINAVIA AND RUSSIAMATURIN M. BALLOU
See, it's all purple, like the stones in mother's breastpin.
JUST SIXTEEN.SUSAN COOLIDGE
I never had a real gold chain, or even a real gold breastpin, in my life—or a ring.
LIFE AT HIGH TIDEVARIOUS
Don't stick a breastpin in that shirt-bosom and go about with a strut!
THE WILLIAM HENRY LETTERSABBY MORTON DIAZ
He took the breastpin from the table and handed it to the jailer.
LOUISA OF PRUSSIA AND HER TIMESLOUISE MUHLBACH

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