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  1. Both career Army. GF diedon/buried at sea on the last POW slave ship leaving the Philippines. Father served in 6AD, 15th TB..
  2. Got this belt with a bunch of mid/late 19th century US Army & Navy belts. I could ID all but this strange one. Definitely very old maybe much older than the other belts. The letters are brass/nickle plated. The small buckle design also looks very old. I would be interested in any feedback. THANKS
  3. Got this belt with a bunch of mid/late 19th century US Army & Navy belts. I could ID all but this strange one. Definitely very old maybe much older than the other belts. The letters are brass/nickle plated. The small buckle design also looks very old. I would be interested in any feedback. THANKS
  4. Found out its a Navy fuse box/pouch. Used to hold friction primers.
  5. Found out its a Navy fuse box/pouch. Used to hold friction primers.
  6. Can't figure out what this is. Ammo box? Held a devise? Marked "NAVY YARD WASHINGTON 1891" w/ anchor. 4.5" x 3.5" x 2.5".
  7. Can't figure out what this is. Ammo box? Held a devise? Marked "NAVY YARD WASHINGTON 1891" w/ anchor
  8. I have a m1918 BAR First pattern belt made by "P.B. & Co in 1918". I note that Dorsey's Book indicates these belt were made by the LCC Co and makes no mention of other makers. Is mine a rare find? THANKS
  9. Its an unmarked rare Mills .45 Cal Infantry Belt with captive wire ends. as covered in pages 288-289 of "American Military & Naval Belts 1812-1902". Yours appears to be missing the keepers though.
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