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HeavyMetalHistoryBuff

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    Gardnerville, Nevada
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    Pre-1954 militaria and history, archaeology, antique books, heavy metal music
  1. Final part of the grouping: a fragment of German artillery McCarthy brought back home
  2. one of his collar insignia (bullet is attached to pin which might make this a sweetheart piece or memento)
  3. I posted this grouping yesterday to the "Groupings" forum until someone told me about this forum. I think you guys might appreciate it more... Two days ago, I acquired this very extraordinary World War One grouping. The grouping is named to Pvt. Austin Paul McCarthy, a Burlington Massachusetts native who enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in May of 1916. McCarthy initially enlisted in the 212th Battalion (an American battalion in the CEF), but went overseas with the 12th Battalion Canadian Garrison Regiment. He served overseas for at least 1 year before he was wounded at the Seco
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