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  1. Just got call/text. Bruce is hoping to get back on track come April 2021..... You can contact Bruce at guns@nfgshows.com for additional information.
  2. Great link....... thank you. Strange things do happen....standing in line at grocery store Friday morning, gent standing in front of me had a "Combat Camera Squadron" cap perched on top his head. Turns out he was USN Lt. Commander during his career and was one of the people participating in the training etc. for these squadrons. Although he wasn't familiar with the WWII units his knowledge of their role was fantastic. Thanks all for your information. Cheers DC
  3. Our thoughts as well. Emerson does a nice job of explaining em collar disk changes post WWII/1951 but gives no indication of a screwback post headgear badge. Thanks for the assist. Cheers
  4. Very much appreciate the ID.....knew I had never seen it before. Thank you.
  5. Haven't seen one with this long threaded post. Marked Gemsco NY. Has one pin but not the other and does not appear it ever had more than one. Help appreciated. Cheers
  6. Any help would be appreciated. Possible Photo Recon. Came with small stack of WWII patches all common. Cheers
  7. Probably no real surprise as it is a very crowded show with little expansion room. See the message below: Hello all I tried to make it happen but it's just not going to work. We are canceling the OCTOBER 24th show. I have rescheduled the show for APRIL 17 2021 tentatively. Will just have to see what the state of the nation is at that time medically, and what the rules are at that time. Pencil it in your calendars and we will stay in close communication. Please pass the word on to friends and customers who may have wanted to attend. If
  8. Plan on being at both!.....Nice work Bill & Gang.
  9. Brian said it well in his comment. The entire OVMS staff & Roberts Center staff did a great job of providing a clean, well organized show under some very "trying" conditions. Those attending should also take credit for what appeared to be a high compliance to the mask wearing requirement, not an easy chore for most of us.
  10. Ohio Civil War Show 2020 Cancellation OCWS, LLC is announcing the cancellation of the Ohio Civil War Show May 2nd and May 3rd, 2020 that was scheduled at the Richland County Fairgrounds, Mansfield, OH 44906 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has placed an Executive Order for all public gatherings with greater than 100 participants be cancelled. The Ohio Show is required to comply with the mass gathering directive issued by the Governor. We are as deeply saddened as you, but feel the order is best for all of our exhibitors and attendees to stay safe till the COVID-19 threat is over. The OCWS will be
  11. (CNN)The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Sunday (3/15 9:30pm+-) recommended that no gatherings with 50 people or more take place for the next eight weeks in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. The agency said these gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, weddings and other types of assemblies. Sure we will hear from Jeanne soon.
  12. Official notice: From: Maryland Arms Collectors Association, Inc. (MACA) Baltimore Antique Arms Show Cancellation President David Booz announces the cancellation of the Maryland Arms Collectors Association, Inc., Annual “Baltimore Show”. March 21 & 22, 2020 Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland has ordered all public gatherings with greater than 250 participants be cancelled. Therefore, MACA is obligated to follow Governor’s Executive Order. MACA will provide information regarding the management process for the cancellation of our “Baltimore Show” in following months. W
  13. March 21-22, 2020 66th Annual Show at Maryland State Fairgrounds Timonium, Md. A wide variety of "For Sale & Trade & Displays from all periods.
  14. If you're in or near Central New York put this on your list. Sunday April 5th, 2020. Contact Bruce Johnston @ NFGSHOWS.COM or 716-542-9929
  15. Agree most look post CW with a raised shield. "I" officer button looks CW period. Albert's button book is a good . He gives Rarity ratings not values. Along with it you should use a military button backmark book. Warren Tice put out a great book in the ninties "Uniforms Buttons of the United States 1776-1865" in 1997 with a little better photography, date ranges and backmark info. The relic site cited above is also a good starting place Civilwarbuttons.com is another great site. Both guys have been at it a long time. Finally take em to a Military/CW show.....have a dealer put his hand
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