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Pre WW1 Collar Insignia Officers? Enlisted ?


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I have a 15" x 8" group photo of Company D, 1st Artillery Regiment. It has about 97 officers and enlisted-men in the photo. Almost all the them, both officer and enlisted are wearing the same collar brass.

I assume it is 1902 pattern insignia, but I am not really sure.

I thought this type insignia was only for officers?

This is a pre WW1 photo, Was this common in that period?

I am guessing the photo was taken between 1902 and 1914, but I am not sure. Any ideas?

 

Thanks Dave

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Collar disks we me were introduced for enlisted men around 1910-12 I believe. Before that officers and em wore the same style.

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