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While excavating an old desk drawer in preperation for the big move, unearthed this rare specimen.
If my research is correct, ancient peoples once had square niches on the front of their computational business machines (possibly located near the legendary "turbo button"), in which they would affix such "badges" to show loyalty to their tribe. If the badges are more than ornamental, further purpose is lost to history.
The tribe depicted on these badges was likely focused on textile manufacture, as documents frequently mention "folding" as a primary occupation of the tribesmen.
It is unknown if current residents of the area are descendants of this group of early weavers.
Research is ongoing.
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