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U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles

U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles

U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles
Army Hand Cart wheels tires and axles all are in good condition rare centipede tires. The item “U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles” is in sale since Wednesday, January 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “shadoo45″ and is located in Walla Walla, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay, Philippines, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Turks and caicos islands, Montserrat.
U. S. Army Hand Cart Wheels Tires Axles

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#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern

#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern

#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern
ORIGINAL UNITED STATES ARMY CUBAN OCCUPATION MEDAL, FULL WRAP BROOCH W/ LOCKING CATCH. NORTHERN STAMPING CONTRACT 8-16-1938. RIBBON DRAPE TESTED U. The Army of Cuban Occupation Medal was a military award created by the United States War Department in June 1915. The medal recognizes those service members who performed garrison occupation duty in the United States Protectorate over Cuba, following the close of the SpanishAmerican War. The Army of Cuban Occupation Medal was established by War Department General Order 40, in June 1915. To be awarded the Army of Cuban Occupation Medal, a service member must have served within the geographical borders of Cuba between the dates of 18 July 1898 and 20 May 1902. The medal was primarily awarded to members of the United States Army, but was available to other branches of service under certain circumstances. The first Army of Cuban Occupation Medal was awarded to Major General Leonard Wood. The Army of Cuban Pacification Medal was a similarly named decoration, but was awarded for the withdrawal of U. Forces from Cuba seven years after the close of the SpanishAmerican War. The medal is a circular bronze disc 1 3/8 inches in diameter. On the obverse is the Coat of Arms of Cuba. Around the edge is the inscription ARMY OF OCCUPATION MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA. The dates 1898 and 1902 are on either side of the Phrygian cap at the top of the coat of arms. The reverse depicts a spread winged eagle perched upon a trophy of a cannon, rifles, war flags, an Indian shield, quiver of arrows and three spears, a Cuban machete and Sulu kris. Below the trophy are the words FOR SERVICE. Above the eagle are the words arched around the edge UNITED STATES ARMY. In the lower half at the edge are thirteen five-pointed stars. The medal is suspended from a ribbon 1 3/8 inches wide. It is composed of the following vertical stripes: 1/16 inch ultramarine Blue; 3/8 inch old glory red; 1/16 inch golden yellow; 3/8 inch ultramarine blue; 1/16 inch golden yellow; 3/8 inch old glory ged; and 1/16 inch ultramarine blue. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “#8506 US ARMY OCCUPATION OF CUBA MEDAL WRAP BROOCH NUMBERED 1938 NORTHERN” is in sale since Saturday, February 2, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “medal_mulisha_store” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
#8506 Us Army Occupation Of Cuba Medal Wrap Brooch Numbered 1938 Northern

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US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album

US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album

US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album
Listed is a 1927 through early 1930s US Army Air Corps photo album attributable to US Army Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Almost all of the photos appear to be during flight training or early in his career. Album includes over 180 original photos. I have attempted to provide a solid representative example of the photos included. There is some deterioration to the lower inside corner to several of the black paper pages due silverfish. Isaac William Ott was born in Osyka, Mississippi, on April 6, 1903. He attended Louisiana State University and was graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. He enlisted as a Flying Cadet on August 29, 1927, and was appointed a Second Lieutenant in the Air Reserve on June 23, 1928. He was ordered to extended active duty on July 1, 1928, and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Air Corps, Regular Army, on May 2, 1929. He was graduated from the Air Corps Primary Flying School, Brooks Field, Texas, and from the Air Corps Advanced Flying School, Observation Course, Kelly Field, Texas, in 1928. He then proceeded to Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama, where he joined the 22nd Observation Squadron in June 1928. He subsequently became Squadron Supply Officer of that organization serving until September 1930, when he was ordered to Chanute Field, Illinois. He was graduated from the Air Corps Technical School, Maintenance Engineering Course, in June 1931, when he proceeded to Brooks Field, Texas, where he rejoined the 22nd Observation Squadron as Engineering Officer. From October 1931 until April 1932, he served as Squadron Engineering Officer, 62nd Service Squadron, at Brooks Field, and then assumed command of that squadron until June 1932. He again became Squadron Engineering Officer of the 62nd Service Squadron until May 1935, when he was ordered to the Panama Canal Zone as Assistant Engineering Officer and Engineering Officer, successively, 7th Observation Squadron, at France Field. He later assumed the additional duty of Squadron Operations and Intelligence Officer, 7th Observation Squadron. Returning to the United States, he proceeded to Middletown Air Depot, Middletown, Pennsylvania, as Assistant to the Engineering Officer, from July 1937 until May 1939, when he was assigned to the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell Field, Alabama. He transferred to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, in October 1939, for service with the Field Service Section, Air Corps Material Division. In May 1941 he was designated Chief Engineering Officer and Station Engineering Officer, San Antonio Air Depot, Duncan Field, Texas. In January 1943 he became Chief of the Maintenance Division, Kelly Field, Texas, and the following June was named Deputy Commander, 401st Air Depot, in the European Theater of Operations. He assumed command of the 1st Base Air Depot, European Theater of Operations, the following July, and served until October 1943 when he became Deputy Commander of the VIII Air Force Service Command. In December 1943 he became Air Depot Area Commander, VIII Air Force Service Command, in the European Theater of Operations. In April 1944 he was announced as Commanding General, Air Service Command, United States Strategic Air Forces in Europe, and Commanding General of the Base Air Depot Area, England. In September 1944 he was named Commanding General, Continental Air Depot Area, Headquarters, Ninth Base Air Depot Area, England. In April 1946 he was ordered home to await retirement. He retired on August 31, 1946. He was rated a Command Pilot, Combat Observer and Aircraft Observer. The item “US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album” is in sale since Sunday, July 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “guerra905″ and is located in Schertz, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
US Army Air Corps / Air Forces Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott Early Photo Album

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U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s

U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s

U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s
The China Relief Expedition Medal was established for the Navy by Navy Department Special Orders Number 81 and for the Marine Corps by Navy Department Special Orders Number 82 on June 27, 1908. The China Relief Expedition Medal was awarded for qualifying service between the inclusive dates of May 24, 1900, and May 17, 1901. The China Relief Expedition Medal was awarded to Navy and Marine Corps personnel who served ashore with the China Relief Expedition between May 24, 1900, and May 27, 1901, or who were assigned to certain designated ships in support of the China Relief Expedition. The China Relief Expedition Medal was worn after the Philippine Campaign Medal and before the Cuban Pacification Medal. No devices were established for the China Relief Expedition Medal. Navy China Relief Expedition Medal #1 was issued to Rear Admiral Bowman H. McCalla on November 10, 1908; Marine Corps China Relief Expedition Medal #1 was issued to Sergeant John M. Adams (who also earned the Medal of Honor during the China Relief Expedition). In the center of a bronze medallion one and a quarter inches in diameter, a gate in the Chinese style in front of which is a dragon in profile. The whole is surrounded by the words, CHINA RELIEF EXPEDITION in the upper half and the date 1900 (or 1901) in the exergue. The gate is the Chienmen, the main gate to the walled city of Peking. The dragon at the bottom is the Imperial dragon, representing the government which supported the Boxers, and the date refers to the year of the campaign. In the center of a bronze medallion, an eagle with its wings displayed is shown alight upon an anchor with draped chain, over the words FOR SERVICE in raised letters. At the base of the medal, and following the contour of its rim, there is an elongated wreath composed of oak on the left and laurel on the right. Following the contour of the upper portion of the medal, the words UNITED STATES NAVY (or) UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS are shown in raised letters. The eagle is the American bald eagle and represents the United States. The anchor and draped chain allude to naval service. Oak represents strength and laurel represents victory. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “U. S. ARMY CHINA RELIEF EXPEDITION MEDAL WRAP BROOCH NORTHERN STAMP CO. 1930-40S” is in sale since Thursday, March 12, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “medal_mulisha_store” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Northern Stamp Co. 1930-40s

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USA Army Of The Potomac Society Badge Medal. Made In Gold. Boxed. Rare! Mint

USA Army Of The Potomac Society Badge Medal. Made In Gold. Boxed. Rare! Mint
USA Army Of The Potomac Society Badge Medal. Made In Gold. Boxed. Rare! Mint
USA Army Of The Potomac Society Badge Medal. Made In Gold. Boxed. Rare! Mint
USA Army Of The Potomac Society Badge Medal. Made In Gold. Boxed. Rare! Mint

USA Army Of The Potomac Society Badge Medal. Made In Gold. Boxed. Rare! Mint
100% ORIGINAL ISSUE PIECE. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Macau, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Montenegro. CANADA, USA, UK, IRELAND, AUSTRIA, DENMARK, SWEDEN, NORWAY, FINLAND, GERMANY, FRANCE, BELGIUM, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, NETHERLANDS, LUXEMBOURG, AUSTRALIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. The item “USA ARMY OF THE POTOMAC SOCIETY BADGE MEDAL. MADE IN GOLD. BOXED. RARE! MINT” is in sale since Saturday, August 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “worldmedals” and is located in NB. This item can be shipped to Canada, all countries in Europe, United States, Australia, Japan.
USA Army Of The Potomac Society Badge Medal. Made In Gold. Boxed. Rare! Mint

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U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle

U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle

U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle
Up for sale is a US Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle. Condition is Very nice used condition. This saddle has been well taken care of. Leather soft and supple. Tree is good – no flex. Measurements:Seat 18, Gullet width 7. Channel width 3 in center 2 1/2 under cantle. C ouple things to mention given its age. First small flaw in the leather in the channel under the cantle (see pic). Does not affect anything but its there. Second would be a small split in the welting on the front of the saddle on the off side. Again, cosmetic and does not affect anything. T he saddle includes irons and leathers, but stirrups are vintage sterling English ones not the offset RIA issued ones. Leathers could original but they have no arsenal markings. It is missing the QM Depit brass plate but its data still partially embossed on the leather. Overall a very nice saddle. Very comfortable and was designed to ridden in a forward seat position. Seat is original hog hide with the rest original genuine leather. Billets very good but no girth provided. Overall a very nice collectible to ride and enjoy or for display. Blankets, pad and saddle stand not included. The item “U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle” is in sale since Friday, March 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “dabig19″ and is located in Omaha, Nebraska. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

U. S. Army Model 1936 Phillips Officer Cavalry Saddle

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USA Moh For Army Medal. Original. Rare! Ef 1

USA Moh For Army Medal. Original. Rare! Ef 1
USA Moh For Army Medal. Original. Rare! Ef 1
USA Moh For Army Medal. Original. Rare! Ef 1

USA Moh For Army Medal. Original. Rare! Ef 1
100% ORIGINAL ISSUE PIECE. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Macau, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Montenegro. The item “USA MOH FOR ARMY MEDAL. ORIGINAL. RARE! EF 1″ is in sale since Saturday, August 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “worldmedals” and is located in NS. This item can be shipped to Canada, all countries in Europe, Australia, Japan, United States.
USA Moh For Army Medal. Original. Rare! Ef 1

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USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker’s Name. Original! Very Rare

USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare

USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
100% ORIGINAL ISSUE PIECE. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Macau, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Montenegro. The item “USA MOH ARMY MEDAL. TYPE 1. NOT NAMED. WITH MAKER’S NAME. ORIGINAL! VERY RARE” is in sale since Thursday, January 23, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “worldmedals” and is located in NS. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States, France, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Russian federation.
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 1. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare

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USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker’s Name. Original! Very Rare

USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare

USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare
100% ORIGINAL ISSUE PIECE. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Macau, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Montenegro. The item “USA MOH ARMY MEDAL. TYPE 2. NOT NAMED. WITH MAKER’S NAME. ORIGINAL! VERY RARE” is in sale since Thursday, January 23, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “worldmedals” and is located in NS. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States, France, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan.
USA Moh Army Medal. Type 2. Not Named. With Maker's Name. Original! Very Rare

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U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type

U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type

U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type
STUDLEY & DAVIDSON OF PHILADELPHIA. The China Relief Expedition Medal was established for the Navy by Navy Department Special Orders Number 81 and for the Marine Corps by Navy Department Special Orders Number 82 on June 27, 1908. The China Relief Expedition Medal was awarded for qualifying service between the inclusive dates of May 24, 1900, and May 17, 1901. The China Relief Expedition Medal was awarded to Navy and Marine Corps personnel who served ashore with the China Relief Expedition between May 24, 1900, and May 27, 1901, or who were assigned to certain designated ships in support of the China Relief Expedition. The China Relief Expedition Medal was worn after the Philippine Campaign Medal and before the Cuban Pacification Medal. No devices were established for the China Relief Expedition Medal. Navy China Relief Expedition Medal #1 was issued to Rear Admiral Bowman H. McCalla on November 10, 1908; Marine Corps China Relief Expedition Medal #1 was issued to Sergeant John M. Adams (who also earned the Medal of Honor during the China Relief Expedition). In the center of a bronze medallion one and a quarter inches in diameter, a gate in the Chinese style in front of which is a dragon in profile. The whole is surrounded by the words, CHINA RELIEF EXPEDITION in the upper half and the date 1900 (or 1901) in the exergue. The gate is the Chienmen, the main gate to the walled city of Peking. The dragon at the bottom is the Imperial dragon, representing the government which supported the Boxers, and the date refers to the year of the campaign. In the center of a bronze medallion, an eagle with its wings displayed is shown alight upon an anchor with draped chain, over the words FOR SERVICE in raised letters. At the base of the medal, and following the contour of its rim, there is an elongated wreath composed of oak on the left and laurel on the right. Following the contour of the upper portion of the medal, the words UNITED STATES NAVY (or) UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS are shown in raised letters. The eagle is the American bald eagle and represents the United States. The anchor and draped chain allude to naval service. Oak represents strength and laurel represents victory. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “U. S. ARMY CHINA RELIEF EXPEDITION MEDAL WRAP BROOCH STUDLEY/DAVIDSON TYPE” is in sale since Tuesday, October 1, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “medal_mulisha_store” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

U. S. Army China Relief Expedition Medal Wrap Brooch Studley/davidson Type