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Very interesting post

 

Does anyone knows "who" is were was located H&P ?

 

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- Lester H Scheaffer (Fleetwood - PA) - 175th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division - KIA September 12th 1944 attacking the Brest Naval range butt

I’m proudly in charge of his grave at St James cemetery. RIP

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- Jay E Hansford (Baxter Springs - KS ) - 146th Engineer Combat Battalion SETF - KIA June 6th 1944 landing on Dog White Omaha Beach

I’m proudly in charge of his grave at Colleville sur mer cemetery. RIP

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- See their story, and other ones here : http://mylifeinthewar.over-blog.com/

 

-- Interested in pictures (and others items) concerning the French Navy ships that went under repair in US Navy yards in 1943. In Boston (Le Terrible, le Fantasque, le Malin), in NYC (Richelieu) and in Philadelphia (Le Georges Leygues, Le Gloire, Le Montcalm)

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Hi

Btt on manufacturer "H&P 1918" ? Who is it ?

Thanks

- Lester H Scheaffer (Fleetwood - PA) - 175th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division - KIA September 12th 1944 attacking the Brest Naval range butt

I’m proudly in charge of his grave at St James cemetery. RIP

(My left avatar portrait)

- Jay E Hansford (Baxter Springs - KS ) - 146th Engineer Combat Battalion SETF - KIA June 6th 1944 landing on Dog White Omaha Beach

I’m proudly in charge of his grave at Colleville sur mer cemetery. RIP

(My right avatar portrait)

- See their story, and other ones here : http://mylifeinthewar.over-blog.com/

 

-- Interested in pictures (and others items) concerning the French Navy ships that went under repair in US Navy yards in 1943. In Boston (Le Terrible, le Fantasque, le Malin), in NYC (Richelieu) and in Philadelphia (Le Georges Leygues, Le Gloire, Le Montcalm)

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- Lester H Scheaffer (Fleetwood - PA) - 175th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division - KIA September 12th 1944 attacking the Brest Naval range butt

I’m proudly in charge of his grave at St James cemetery. RIP

(My left avatar portrait)

- Jay E Hansford (Baxter Springs - KS ) - 146th Engineer Combat Battalion SETF - KIA June 6th 1944 landing on Dog White Omaha Beach

I’m proudly in charge of his grave at Colleville sur mer cemetery. RIP

(My right avatar portrait)

- See their story, and other ones here : http://mylifeinthewar.over-blog.com/

 

-- Interested in pictures (and others items) concerning the French Navy ships that went under repair in US Navy yards in 1943. In Boston (Le Terrible, le Fantasque, le Malin), in NYC (Richelieu) and in Philadelphia (Le Georges Leygues, Le Gloire, Le Montcalm)

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Ok, here is what I have so far. I'm sure I have some errors within the document, but I am still gathering data and revising. Also, I think the company I have listed as N.R. Co. may be N.B. Co. with part of the letter missing on the stamp. I haven't been able to find N.R. Co. anywhere else on the internet. I have the tool carriers listed as M1910 since I couldn't find anything else that said otherwise.

 

So, if anyone has any additions, edits, criticism, ideas, etc., LET"S HEAR IT! Most of the information gathered is from what I could find on the forum, on dealer web sites and eBay. If an item did not have a clear stamp, I passed on it and continued on. Any addition assistance would be greatly appreciated in helping me complete this project. When it is finally finished (If that is possible), I hope to share it on the forum and with collectors everywhere as a checklist of known war time manufacturers of WWI era US Army equipment.

 

Thank you,

Michael M.

 

 

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can also add PB&Co. (Plant Bros) to the BAR bandoleer mfrs as well as PB&Co. , RH Long and LCC Co. to the BAR rifleman's belt mfrs (the belt with the metal cup).

 

Speaking of F.S.F. made .45 magazine pouches, or for that matter any F.S.F. marked web gear....was there a change in their stamp at some point in 1918 ? i've seen magazine pouches that spell out "Sept. 1918" "AUG 1918" on the inside flap and others that use numerics 8 - 1918....7 - 1918..... ??

 

--Andrew

 

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