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    Retired CWO2 USMC. Served 23 years (1982-2005). Recently started collecting USMC Gear (Trying to focus on collar emblems and chevrons). But, will "dabble" in anything. 100% DAV. A broke toy on the island on misfit toys!

    Lifetime member of the Veteran of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1503)

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  1. Headed to ATL for the Super Bowl. Any shops in the downtown area worth perusing? Thanks SF Chuck
  2. Thanks all! Very much appreciated!
  3. 1877 officer dreas emblems aka patrol jacket EGAs! Here’s the link to the forums reference section: http://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/145102-early-patrol-jacket-emblemsmatched-pair/ My apologies for that confusion!
  4. I probably messed the title up! Ill break out the reference books I have and post more info ! Or if someone has them handy! Yessir! Very small and rare from what I understand! SF
  5. Screw back! My apoloogies! I will post more pics too (back/front etc)! Thanks! Ive always wanted a pair! I have one (acquired from a fellow forum member) that is now a spare! But its different than these so is it really a “spare”? HA! Thanks to the same forum member (and forum) for verification assistance PRIOR to purchase! This forum is OUTSTANDING!! SF Chuck PS~~even though I have a pair now~~if anyone has a spare set laying around for sale ~~ let me know! SF
  6. WOW! What a grouping! Congrats and thanks for sharing! SF Chuck
  7. Got them from the mail last night!! Outstanding! SF Chuck
  8. OUTSTANDING Grouping! Thanks for sharing! SF Chuck
  9. Well-I thought it was "one piece" and I'm sure it was designed that way, but along the way, it became a "slip on". It's fascinating to me. Because the blue cover (the other I got at the same time) is "one piece". This one seems to have been heavily used. One thing that did surprise me is that the "buttons" (Brain isn't working-can't remember what they are called) on both sides were originally screw in and then some how went to "anchors" where someone used pieces of metal (which are still there) to hold them in/down. Just fascinating how things are not as they always appear and also ho
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    USMC Covers

    ALCON: Picked up a couple of USMC Covers. Finally getting around to posting them. SF Chuck
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