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  1. Not a fan of the WW1 patches. Looks like modern, fuzzy material used in construction to me.
  2. The Wilmington OVMS show in July was the first run under the socially distanced, COVID world , welcome to 2020 guidelines. It was well thought out, and thanks to a cooperative effort between OVMS andThe Roberts Center (the host facility), we had an extremely successful show. For the benefit of those who were not there...the aisles and tables were well spread out with ample room; masks were required to be worn; and your temperature was taken with a digital thermometer at the door each day. Sanitizer was readily available throughout the show. Usually, first time attempt
  3. It would be atypical to have all of that insignia mentioned. The classy way would be to recreate a wartime acorn, and add the company and regiment on it.
  4. Often when you see the combination of putters and visor hat being worn, it’s an indication that the image is from the early 1920s. The star above the chevrons is probably a voluntary enlistment star.
  5. Morning reports are not uncommon. Go to a civil war show and you will likely find a selection at any given time. The price range is based on the unit, date, and content. Most would probably fall between $50-$150...with occasional rare exceptions. Like all eras...the more directly related to significant combat, the more desirable.
  6. Nice, quality video. Thanks for sharing it. I can’t imagine that number to be accurate. I’m sure the kraut did his damage that day though. Horrific.
  7. That’s a retail price per ribbon....just to clarify. .
  8. Hello Adam! These are reunion ribbons for someone in the 6th New York Heavy Artillery. Did you have a relative in the unit, or did your uncle pick these up somewhere? The Grand Army of The Republic was the largest organization for civil war veterans. Yes...they have value. Range would be $25 on the cheaper side to $45 on the higher side....unless someone really went crazy for them.
  9. Civil war frock coat. 9 button front, infantry piping at the cuffs if you look close.
  10. Fantastic show. Genuinely can’t wait for the next one...I am thankful to be able to enjoy it.
  11. Scott... We missed seeing you as well. Looking forward to the next opportunity!
  12. That pic is of one of my tables...
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