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  1. It was from a house in Mission Hills Kansas. I actually knew this gentleman, slightly, delivered his mail for a while. He had been collecting for 40++ years, now downsizing and moving. No retired 5stars nearby that I know of but he collected from all periods and from all over. The size has me wandering if it is a hat insignia. Not sure but it seems too small for shoulder boards.
  2. Hello, I’m new here, I’ve been collecting since I got out of the Army in 1993. My interest started because my grandfather was an infantryman in WW1 and I inherited his souvenirs. To the topic, I went to an estate sale a few weeks ago and found these general of the Army stars. This person lived in a VERY affluent neighborhood and was told this guy had things from the revolutionary war to present. Most of the high end items he sold at auction but these were left with a few other things. I know they are old, not like the type of piece some PX ranger picked up. Marked gemco and sterling on the bac
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