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WW1 US Army Gas Mask


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anton67

I picked this up on FB Mkt.  I bought it purely for this display.  It is in good shape for 100 year old item.  How does it look?  Any info is appreciated.  
i used a different bag for the display. Bummer is that it is missing the card.  

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anton67

Not sure if “Morris” is original?

it appears to be but I cannot tell.  
Hese is the display.  

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trenchbuff

Very cool display.  I really like it.  Looks like Morris has been on there a long, long time.

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CAC1901

You could scare the kids on halloween with that one. The Morris name is likely the soldiers. Many of the bags do have names, initials, etc. Post war there would be little if any reason for someone to put their name on one. 

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eaglerunner88

Nice display for that classic doughboy look! Cool pose with the hands rather than just hanging limp at the sides.

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Just noticed that the US forces in Iceland SSI in the framed display is upsidedown. The red pyramid should be point up.

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