CHASEUSA11B Posted February 27, 2016 Share #1 Posted February 27, 2016 Hello everyone I recently purchased the WW1 cost on eBay and received it yesterday, I have several wool WW1 uniforms but something about this one is different. It is a very heavy wool and feels to be much thicker than the others I have handled, almost like a horse blanket. It has no liner and the construction seems rough. Not the most comfortable looking item. It also has US and Infantry Machine Gun collar discs, a six month overseas stripe, a wound chevron, and a 27th Infabtry Division SSI which I believe is the Liberty loan style? I was wondering if uniforms were made like this for expediency and cost cutting measures? Or is this just a standard uniform and I am seeing things? Thanks for looking. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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