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Terry G

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  1. Thanks for the information. You are probably right. The globe is very flat, not much depth to it, so probably originally sweetheart jewelry. This is not mine, it is actually listed on ebay right now. I don't have any better photos and can't seem to copy any photos in the right size (except this one) to get them to post here. Thanks for your help! Cheers, Terry
  2. I am wondering if this Gaunt marking is legitimate? If so, what period is this from? WWII or between the wars? Sorry for small pictures. Thanks for any help! Cheers, Terry
  3. Thank you kind sir! Regards, Terry
  4. I have never seen a KG Luke officer cap ega. Or an enlisted KG Luke of any kind altho I know there is a possible example of those in the Klie book. I've been told by an old time collector that KG Luke did not make cap ega's. Is this correct? Thanks for any thoughts in general on KG Kuke ega's. Cheers, Terry
  5. Thanks Brig. I knew about the numbers in the Klie book but it does not say those numbers are preceded by SER and the photo examples show only numbers. I see that both 208 and 209 are attributed to H-H with Viking included on 208. Some of these little details are confusing. Regards, Terry
  6. Just ran across a dress blue officer cap ega marked H inside the eagle, sterling, Viking, 1/20 10K, and SER208. So..... safe to assume same as above, this would be Korean War vintage? Does anybody know the progression of the SER numbers? This one is 208, compared to 209 above. Different year of manufacture? Are the numbers a code for a year? Thanks! Terry
  7. Thanks again guys. I'm slowly learning! Cheers, Terry
  8. Photos. Thanks again for the help. Cheers, Terry
  9. Thank you very much for this information. Terry BTW I tried to post a picture but having trouble doing so. Sorry. It is the 1937 pattern.
  10. I picked up a USMC officer service cap ega with the H-H mark but also numbers that look like SER 209 or possibly 200. This was described as WWII vintage but I have my doubts, thinking more like 1950's-1960's. Anybody have an idea as to age of ega's with this kind of mark? Thanks for the help! Regards, Terry
  11. Picked up a USMC officer service cap ega with the H-H mark but also numbers that look like SER 209 or possible 200. This was sold as WWII vintage but I have my doubts, thinking more like 1950's-1960's. Anybody have an idea as to age of ega's with this kind of mark? Thanks for the help! Regards, Terry
  12. I have researched a lot but found very little. This is it so far: http://www.nchsinc.com/product_p/b0893.htm There is also one currently for sale on ebay but no mention of how it is worn. Another on worthpoint, but again no mention of wear. The repro one offered by nchs is Geroge Petersen's store and was my first indication that the patch was not worn on the upper left sleeve. George does know his stuff. Thanks atb! Cheers, Terry
  13. I recently acquired a 1929 dated uniform that has the 1920's collar brass with a 2 under the crossed rifles and a 2nde inf regt DI (odd placement!) attached to the pocket. Inside one of the pockets was a 2nd infantry regiment wool patch which took me a while to figure out. But it all seems to fit together. I would like to sew the patch back on the coat but I am not sure where it goes? I don't think these went on the upper left shoulder like a normal SSI but where does it belong? See photos and thanks for any help! Cheers, Terry
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