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Clayton

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    My wife and I have collected military goods for close to 60 years and now we are selling our collection in this wonderful forum. We don't move as fast as most folks but with the help of our grandson, we always manage get the job done. We answer emails in 2 - 3 days, often sooner. We live in a very rural area and visit our post office once each week to mail parcels. We have met many advanced collectors and very friendly people here in this great community. Many thanks to all.
  1. Gentlemen; Could anyone tell us what we have here? We know these goods are American and we think they are WWI or earlier. Could anyone confirm those ideas? And could anyone tell us if there is any significance to the colors of these insignia? Any help is very much appreciated. Best regards, Clay
  2. Gentlemen; Can anyone tell us what we have here? We think these are late 19th century, they are 8 inches wide, and we are certain they are Marine Corps. Any help is greatly appreciated. Best regards to all, Clay
  3. Hello Jake: Thank you very much for your good help. It is very much appreciated. Best regards, Clay
  4. Gentlemen; Could anyone tell us what we have here? The brass beltplate has an eagle. The belt is leather with blue cloth obverse and gold lace trim. Any help as to what kind of belt this is and its age is very much appreciated. Best regards to everyone, Clay
  5. Guys; Many thanks for you help with this button. Your ideas are very much apprecia6ted. Best regards to all, Clay
  6. Hello AustinO: Thanks again for the added information. Your information is very much appreciated. Sincerely yours, Clay
  7. Gentlemen; We have this unusual eagle button which we believe is from the WWI era. It is a light grey color and has the inscription "IVORINE" on the reverse. Could anyone tell us what we have here? Any help is greatly appreciated. Best regards to all, Clay
  8. Hello AustinO: Many many thanks for this valued information. You and 38Driver are true American gentlemen. Very best regards to you both, Clay
  9. Hello 38Driver: Thank you very much for the help. We really appreciate it. Our very best regards to you, Clay
  10. Would anyone know if this yellow on blue color combination is something that was used on any American WWII aircraft?
  11. Gentlemen; We have been told this is a number from some type of American WWII aircraft. We have also been told its from a French WWI aircraft. This number is painted on canvas, yellow numbers on blue, reverse is natural canvas. This canvas section measures 22 inches x 8 inches. The designation "C4013" has a height of 6 inches. Any help identifying what we have here is very much appreciated. Best regards to all, Clay
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