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    San Juan Bautista, Ca.
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    1902-1916 U.S. uniforms and head gear.

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  1. The chevron is for a mess sergeant authorized 1918-1920. The star above the overseas chevrons could be either for volunteer or early overseas as stated above.
  2. Nice Find! Can't get any better than that!
  3. Congrats! I too have just started metal detecting. It is addictive!
  4. Hi all, Not my field of collecting. I have searched and found nothing. This wing appears to have had some thing applied to it? Can anyone identify? What would of been applied and era? Thank you, Mario
  5. Thank you for the information.
  6. Hello all, Not my collecting field but I have done some research here on the forum and I believe what I have are prewar. Can someone tell me the value. Thank you! Mario
  7. Thanks for the info!
  8. I can't tell if the color in the keystone is red or maroon. The color will dictate what branch the officer served. Red = Artillery, Maroon = Medical. Either way it is nice cap.
  9. Here are a couple early 50's pics.
  10. Here is a picture of the Signal Corps General's baldric/shoulder belt. I also have a Signal Corps field grade officers pattern. I am in the middle of a major remodel but when I get back up and get my stuff on display I will post more pictures. I have period photographs that I will post as well. Unfortunately the pencils and chains are missing on this one.
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