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Here you are

Some are from BW

Other from Argonne but the bunch is coming from Ebay

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Cheers

Teufelhund

 

Hi teufelhunde . ret

 

( Sorry for the confusion with your name and mine, but I now have this nickname for years on several other forums)

 

For the pics I will do so, but leave me some time

I will take some pictures next WE maybe ,but unfortunately I have changed the disposition of the tray since the last pic has been taken.Most of the emblems are of the 1914-1922 type worm between 1914 & 1918 ( with the line passing trough Panama canal).

Another is a 1922-1930 model as wel as a 1900-1908 model

Tell me which ones you want to be posted and I will do my best to please you.

Best regards

 

Teufelhund

 

Here you are

 

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Teufelhund


WOODS NOW U.S MARINE CORPS ENTIRELY, our lines include now the entire Bois de Belleau. Signed, Major Shearer "Skipper" 5Th Marines, 3rd Bat - June 25th 1918

 

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