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STG44

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  • Location
    New England USA
  • Interests
    U.S & German WWII
  1. Vey cool. A fellow collector & friend of mine here in CT had a uncle on the Archerfish, he was a torpedoman. My friend said his uncle's claim to fame was that he would tell everyone that his torpedo sank the Shinano.
  2. Looks great, that Jeep has "the look".
  3. Looks like a pretty decent carbine to me.
  4. Thanks, I will take a look.
  5. I am trying to identify this medal bar that belonged to a friends grandfather that served in WWI.
  6. A friend of mine at work has this bar that belonged to his grandfather who fought in WWI. I don't see anything like it on the chart. He & I would both like to know what it is.
  7. Yes, I saw that it's missing the small silver star in the center.
  8. Thank guys. Yes the SSM looks like some kids used it for playing war. The New Haven medal is pretty cool since that's only about 15 miles from me. I also picked up a couple nice tie pins in the lot, one of a P47 & the other a A20. There were 4 pictures German V1, V2, & V3 rockets also.
  9. Picked up these at a local auction the other night they were in a grouping that had a few pictures that I wanted. Need help with what they are, are they real & what era they are from. I know there is a WWI victory medal, a silver star (in pretty bad shape), a WWI tankers lapel disc, the only ribbon I recognize is fro the good conduct medal.
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