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I am hoping that the pics are good enough for you EGA hounds to ball park the era. Looks WWI to me, but what do I know.





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Yes, WW1 era. Those insignia were worn from 1912-1920. That 2 inch high standing collar of the uniform is also another tell-tale giveaway of a WW1 era uniform.



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Yes, WW1 Marine Officer studio shot in his dress blues.


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