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  1. I just posted on this in "Help ID". US WWI MODEL 1910 DIAGNOSTIC TAG BOOKLET POUCH . Similar in style to the Model 1910 First Aid Packet Pouch, but larger , 6 1/8"x 3 3/4". These were issued with the Officers and Enlisted mens Medical Belts for carrying triage tags used to identify the needs of the wounded soldiers."
  2. More info. https://www.med-dept.com/articles/the-ww2-emergency-medical-tag/
  3. You are correct- US WWI MODEL 1910 DIAGNOSTIC TAG BOOKLET POUCH . Similar in style to the Model 1910 First Aid Packet Pouch, but larger , 6 1/8"x 3 3/4". These were issued with the Officers and Enlisted mens Medical Belts for carrying triage tags used to identify the needs of the wounded soldiers.
  4. pouch is mint dated APR 1918 w/ Mills bullet. It is much bigger than the normal 1st aid pouch. Measures 6"x 3.5". Sewing kit??
  5. Both career Army. GF diedon/buried at sea on the last POW slave ship leaving the Philippines. Father served in 6AD, 15th TB..
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Found out its a Navy fuse box/pouch. Used to hold friction primers.
  9. Found out its a Navy fuse box/pouch. Used to hold friction primers.
  10. 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".
  11. Can't figure out what this is. Ammo box? Held a devise? Marked "NAVY YARD WASHINGTON 1891" w/ anchor
  12. 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
  13. 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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