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Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps

Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps

Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps
Hard to find a better condition tunic than this one. Named in two spots to a Kell, H. No moth nips, tears stains or foul odors! Ribbons are NOT original to tunic but are period for the tunic. You can do as you wish with them. The item “Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps” is in sale since Tuesday, April 2, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “stucky151″ and is located in Grand Junction, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.
Named 1930s USMC Enlisted Two Pocket Roll Collar Tunic Marine Corps

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Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo

Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo

Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo
If you need some time to pay, please inform me and we’ll come to a deal. I write English, German, French and Dutch (and try to in other languages;). In the helmet you can read a name: POREILY P O Reily? And the battlefields’Mons’,’Marne’,’Aisne’ and? (not-readible) were written on the liner pads. I want to inform you that those battles took place in WW1, when Ireland was not independant, part of the British Empire, and the helmet wasn’t produced until 1927. Either, mr Reily served in the British Army in WW1 and was a veteran of these battles, OR he or some joker! Wrote the names later on, thinking this was a German WW1 helmet. It’up to you what to think of it or to investigate!! 27 Irish Vickers helmet, only 10.021 produced!!! To compare: The famous Austrian Berndorf helmet had a production. These Helmets were the result of the Free State of Ireland, needing to equip their Army of 10,000 men with a suitable helmet after the hostilities of WW1 ending in 1918. Thus when the Irish Free State Army. Of 10,000 men was formed, a uniform helmet was required, and the British “Tommy” helmet was not favored. So, the German WW1 design was settled upon. Since the Treaty of Versailles prohibited Germany from exporting military equipment, the search for helmets ended in Britain. The details on the pictures! This M27s were used from 1927 until 1939, after that the British brody helmet was adopted. 27 Irischer Vickers Helm, nur 10.021 hergestellt!!! Diese Helme waren das Ergebnis des Freistaates Irland, der nach dem Ende des Ersten Weltkrieges im Jahr 1918 seine Armee von 10.000 Mann mit einem geeigneten Helm ausstatten musste. Unabhängigkeit, die anti-britischen Gefühle waren ziemlich hoch in dieser Zeit, die weitere interne Konflikte mit dem irischen Bürgerkrieg von 1922-23 sah. Als die irische Freistaat-Armee von 10.000 Mann gebildet wurde, war ein einheitlicher Helm erforderlich, und der britische “Tommy” -Helm wurde nicht bevorzugt. So wurde das deutsche WW1-Design beschlossen. Nur 10.021 wurden produziert. Zum Vergleich: Der berühmte österreichische Berndorf Helm hatte eine Produktion von 140.000!!!!! Da der Vertrag von Versailles Deutschland vom Export militärischer Ausrüstung verbot, endete die Suche nach Helmen in Großbritannien. Natürlich waren diese Vickers Helme von britischer – minderwertiger – Stahlqualität, für deutsche Modelle eher unbedeutend. Siehe die Details auf den Bildern! Diese M27 wurden von 1927 bis 1939 benutzt, danach wurde der britische Breithelm übernommen. 27 irlandais Vickers, seulement 10.021 produit!!! Cest le résultat de lÉtat libre dIrlande, qui a dû équiper son armée de 10 000 hommes dun casque approprié après la fin des hostilités de la Première Guerre mondiale en 1918. Ainsi, lorsque larmée dÉtat libre dIrlande composée de 10 000 hommes a été formée, un casque uniforme était requis et le casque britannique «Tommy» nétait pas privilégié. Ainsi, la conception de la 1ère guerre allemande a été adoptée. Seulement 10.021 ont été produits. À comparer: le célèbre casque autrichien Berndorf avait une production de 140 000!!!!! Depuis que le traité de Versailles a interdit à l’Allemagne d’exporter du matériel militaire, la recherche de casques a pris fin en Grande-Bretagne. Bien entendu, ces casques Vickers étaient de qualité britannique – de qualité inférieure en acier, mineurs par rapport aux modèles allemands. Voir les détails sur les images! Ce M27 a été utilisé de 1927 à 1939, après quoi le casque britannique a été adopté. Casco original de Mod. 27 Irish Vickers, ¡solo 10.021 producido! Estos Cascos fueron el resultado del Estado Libre de Irlanda, que necesitó equipar a su Ejército de 10.000 hombres con un casco adecuado después de que las hostilidades de la Primera Guerra Mundial terminaran en 1918. Independencia, los sentimientos anti británicos eran bastante altos en ese período, lo que vio un conflicto interno adicional con la Guerra Civil Irlandesa de 1922-23. Así, cuando se formó el Ejército de Estado Libre de los 10.000 hombres irlandeses, se requirió un casco uniforme, y el casco británico “Tommy” no fue favorecido. Por lo tanto, el diseño alemán de la Primera Guerra Mundial se estableció. Sólo se produjeron 10.021. Para comparar: el famoso casco Berndorf austriaco tuvo una producción de 140.000!!!!! Dado que el Tratado de Versalles prohibió a Alemania exportar equipo militar, la búsqueda de cascos terminó en Gran Bretaña. Por supuesto, estos cascos Vickers eran de calidad británica, de acero inferior, menores a los modelos alemanes. Vea los detalles en las fotos! Estos M27 se utilizaron desde 1927 hasta 1939, después de lo cual se adoptó el casco amplio británico. Casco Vickers irlandese Mod. 27 originale, solo 10.021 prodotto!!! Questi caschi erano il risultato del Free State of Ireland, che doveva equipaggiare il loro esercito di 10.000 uomini con un elmetto adatto dopo le ostilità della prima guerra mondiale che terminava nel 1918. Indipendenza, i sentimenti anti britannici erano piuttosto alti in quel periodo, che ha visto un ulteriore conflitto interno con la guerra civile irlandese del 1922-23. Così, quando fu formato l’esercito irlandese libero di 10.000 uomini, fu richiesto un elmetto uniforme e l’elmetto britannico “Tommy” non fu favorito. Quindi, il progetto tedesco WW1 è stato deciso. Sono stati prodotti solo 10.021. Da confrontare: il famoso elmetto di Berndorf in Austria aveva una produzione di 140.000!!!!! Da quando il trattato di Versailles proibì alla Germania di esportare equipaggiamenti militari, la ricerca di elmi terminò in Gran Bretagna. Ovviamente, questi elmetti Vickers erano di qualità britannica – di qualità inferiore, minori rispetto ai modelli tedeschi. Guarda i dettagli sulle immagini! Questi M27 furono usati dal 1927 fino al 1939, dopo di che fu adottato l’elmetto britannico. 10 000 WW1, 1918. The item “Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo” is in sale since Monday, April 1, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “roverbert” and is located in Nootdorp. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

Named & marked Irish Eire helmet Vickers 1927 casque casco stahlhelm elmo

Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo

Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo

Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo
If you need some time to pay, please inform me and we’ll come to a deal. I write English, German, French and Dutch (and try to in other languages;). 27 Irish Vickers helmet, only 10.021 produced!!! To compare: The famous Austrian Berndorf helmet had a production. These Helmets were the result of the Free State of Ireland, needing to equip their Army of 10,000 men with a suitable helmet after the hostilities of WW1 ending in 1918. Thus when the Irish Free State Army. Of 10,000 men was formed, a uniform helmet was required, and the British “Tommy” helmet was not favored. So, the German WW1 design was settled upon. Since the Treaty of Versailles prohibited Germany from exporting military equipment, the search for helmets ended in Britain. The details on the pictures! This M27s were used from 1927 until 1939, after which the British brody helmet was adopted. 27 Irischer Vickers Helm, nur 10.021 hergestellt!!! Diese Helme waren das Ergebnis des Freistaates Irland, der nach dem Ende des Ersten Weltkrieges im Jahr 1918 seine Armee von 10.000 Mann mit einem geeigneten Helm ausstatten musste. Unabhängigkeit, die anti-britischen Gefühle waren ziemlich hoch in dieser Zeit, die weitere interne Konflikte mit dem irischen Bürgerkrieg von 1922-23 sah. Als die irische Freistaat-Armee von 10.000 Mann gebildet wurde, war ein einheitlicher Helm erforderlich, und der britische “Tommy” -Helm wurde nicht bevorzugt. So wurde das deutsche WW1-Design beschlossen. Nur 10.021 wurden produziert. Zum Vergleich: Der berühmte österreichische Berndorf Helm hatte eine Produktion von 140.000!!!!! Da der Vertrag von Versailles Deutschland vom Export militärischer Ausrüstung verbot, endete die Suche nach Helmen in Großbritannien. Natürlich waren diese Vickers Helme von britischer – minderwertiger – Stahlqualität, für deutsche Modelle eher unbedeutend. Siehe die Details auf den Bildern! Diese M27 wurden von 1927 bis 1939 benutzt, danach wurde der britische Breithelm übernommen. 27 irlandais Vickers, seulement 10.021 produit!!! Cest le résultat de lÉtat libre dIrlande, qui a dû équiper son armée de 10 000 hommes dun casque approprié après la fin des hostilités de la Première Guerre mondiale en 1918. Ainsi, lorsque larmée dÉtat libre dIrlande composée de 10 000 hommes a té formée, un casque uniforme était requis et le casque britannique «Tommy» nétait pas privilégié. Ainsi, la conception de la 1ère guerre allemande a été adoptée. Seulement 10.021 ont été produits. À comparer: le célèbre casque autrichien Berndorf avait une production de 140 000!!!!! Depuis que le traité de Versailles a interdit à l’Allemagne d’exporter du matériel militaire, la recherche de casques a pris fin en Grande-Bretagne. Bien entendu, ces casques Vickers étaient de qualité britannique – de qualité inférieure en acier, mineurs par rapport aux modèles allemands. Voir les détails sur les images! Ce M27 a été utilisé de 1927 à 1939, après quoi le casque britannique a été adopté. Casco original de Mod. 27 Irish Vickers, ¡solo 10.021 producido! Estos Cascos fueron el resultado del Estado Libre de Irlanda, que necesitó equipar a su Ejército de 10.000 hombres con un casco adecuado después de que las hostilidades de la Primera Guerra Mundial terminaran en 1918. Independencia, los sentimientos anti británicos eran bastante altos en ese período, lo que vio un conflicto interno adicional con la Guerra Civil Irlandesa de 1922-23. Así, cuando se formó el Ejército de Estado Libre de los 10.000 hombres irlandeses, se requirió un casco uniforme, y el casco británico “Tommy” no fue favorecido. Por lo tanto, el diseño alemán de la Primera Guerra Mundial se estableció. Sólo se produjeron 10.021. Para comparar: el famoso casco Berndorf austriaco tuvo una producción de 140.000!!!!! Dado que el Tratado de Versalles prohibió a Alemania exportar equipo militar, la búsqueda de cascos terminó en Gran Bretaña. Por supuesto, estos cascos Vickers eran de calidad británica, de acero inferior, menores a los modelos alemanes. Vea los detalles en las fotos! Estos M27 se utilizaron desde 1927 hasta 1939, después de lo cual se adoptó el casco amplio británico. Casco Vickers irlandese Mod. 27 originale, solo 10.021 prodotto!!! Questi caschi erano il risultato del Free State of Ireland, che doveva equipaggiare il loro esercito di 10.000 uomini con un elmetto adatto dopo le ostilità della prima guerra mondiale che terminava nel 1918. Indipendenza, i sentimenti anti britannici erano piuttosto alti in quel periodo, che ha visto un ulteriore conflitto interno con la guerra civile irlandese del 1922-23. Così, quando fu formato l’esercito irlandese libero di 10.000 uomini, fu richiesto un elmetto uniforme e l’elmetto britannico “Tommy” non fu favorito. Quindi, il progetto tedesco WW1 è stato deciso. Sono stati prodotti solo 10.021. Da confrontare: il famoso elmetto di Berndorf in Austria aveva una produzione di 140.000!!!!! Da quando il trattato di Versailles proibì alla Germania di esportare equipaggiamenti militari, la ricerca di elmi terminò in Gran Bretagna. Ovviamente, questi elmetti Vickers erano di qualità britannica – di qualità inferiore, minori rispetto ai modelli tedeschi. Guarda i dettagli sulle immagini! Questi M27 furono usati dal 1927 fino al 1939, dopo di che fu adottato l’elmetto britannico. 10 000 WW1, 1918. The item “Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo” is in sale since Saturday, December 1, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “roverbert” and is located in Nootdorp. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Modification Description: Chin strap remade with old material. Repainted outside. One of the leather pads is new.

Named Irish Eire Vickers marked 1926 helmet casque casco stahlhelm elmo

Named Uss West Virginia Navy Good conduct medal named to a Albert E Wolfe

Named Uss West Virginia Navy Good conduct medal named to a Albert E Wolfe
Named Uss West Virginia Navy Good conduct medal named to a Albert E Wolfe
Named Uss West Virginia Navy Good conduct medal named to a Albert E Wolfe

Named Uss West Virginia Navy Good conduct medal named to a Albert E Wolfe
Named 1925 Navy good conduct medal. The item “Named Uss West Virginia Navy Good conduct medal named to a Albert E Wolfe” is in sale since Tuesday, September 4, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “wisemilitary19″ and is located in Findlay, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.
Named Uss West Virginia Navy Good conduct medal named to a Albert E Wolfe

Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media

Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media

Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
There is too much in this grouping to get everything in within 12 photos. What is clear this officer was slated to go on to be a High Ranking general Officer had it not been for his WW 1 wounds. He was a contemporary of Patton, Bradley etc. Who served as a extremely proud Cavalry Officer. This grouping includes his named M-1895 Sack Undress Coat dated 1915, his M-1926 Pattern Lt. Col uniform jacket dated 1929, riding breaches for the 1926 jacket, Sam Brown, and his M-1926 visor. The M 1902 visor pictured is not part of the grouping. Both jackets are in great shape, the 1926 visor has the sweat band removed which was common practice among the cavalry. The 1895 has Lt. Colonel’s Cavalry Shoulder straps and gilt Cavalry Insignia. The M-1926 has QM collar brass and bullion Lt. I added the shirt and tie for display purposes and will include them in the sale. There is media O’Plenty. He was gassed during WW 1 which seriously affected his health. So much so he was forced to leave the cavalry and joined the Quartermaster Corps in charge of remounts for the Cavalry. He wrote a Book, “An Analysis of Horsemanship” which a copy is included. I have his book research, galleries and letters from many officers he sent copies. There is a riker mount with Bullion Major’s rank, Sterling Col’s eagles, a couple of war relic bring backs, his ID bracelet, ID Card, WW 1 Era collar Insignia for when he was the Adjutant tot he General, and his mini medals. Another Riker Mount has his certificates of promotion, War College Diploma and more. A third Riker Mount has a letter and envelope from then Brig General Walter Short. The same Walter Short who was a Lt. Gen in charge of the US Army during Pearl Harbor. His force retirement was tragic to many including General Douglas MacArthur. There is an original letter from the General dated 1935 expressing his sadness at Smalley’s forced medical retirement. There are letters dated 1901 for Smalley to his mother as a young enlisted man posted to the Cavalry in the Midwest. Smalley served in the Philippines, Mexican Border and WW 1. His WW 1 Victory Medal has 6 Battle Stars He earned the Distinguished Service Medal as well as the Purple Heart for his wounds during the Great War. In reading the letters and various accolades he received from his peers, it’s obvious he was devastated at having to leave the service. He was too ill to be reactivated during WW 2 which was extremely painful for him. He fell into alcoholism which is demonstrated by a letter included in this grouping. It’s to who it may concern dated 1949 saying if he starts drinking again he authorizes who finds him to turn him over to his wife and to seek out AA. There is a Binder with many of the letters, memento’s of his services and photos of him mounted. Another pouch has many more letters. There is also a wide angle group photo of his Cavalry unit during WW 1. There are field orders he issued, orders for him etc. I’m sure I’ve forgotten something. Enlisted in 1899 aged 17 and retired 1935. During WW 1 he was Adjutant of the 5th Brigade, 3rd ID. At retirement he was Cavalry Chief of Remount. Upon his retirement Congress promoted him to Colonel as his record clearly showed he had earned the rank. You can see his ribbon bars did not include the Purple Heart but he did add it to the mini medals. He is interred at Arlington. I do not take measurements so please don’t ask. The item “Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media” is in sale since Tuesday, May 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “relichunter52″ and is located in Concord, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media

Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army

Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army

Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army
Very nice Brigadier Generals, Adj. General’s evening dress jacket and pants with medals. Named to James Alexander Ulio who retired as a major General. The jacket itself is in excellent shape as are the button fly slacks.. His name , as a Colonel, is on the tailors tag as well as the date 1931. There is also an envelope with his name and address. Enlisted at Fort Keogh, Mont. 1, 1900; served in Company M, 10th Infantry, to discharge. Grades: Corporal, (date not given); Battalion Sergeant Major, (date not given). 9, 1904, as a Battalion Sergeant Major, to accept commission. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, on Oct. 10, 1904; 1st Lieutenant, March 11, 1911; Captain, July 1, 1916; assigned to 23rd Infantry, to Aug. 15, 1917; Division Adjutant, 29th Division, to Feb. 26, 1918; Army General Staff College, AEF, to May 31, 1918; Assistant Chief of Staff (G-1), 4th Corps, to Dec. 14, 1918; Duty with Adjutant General, General Headquarters, AEF, to Sept. 2, 1919; Near East Relief Commission, to discharge. 19, 1917; Lieutenant Colonel, Sept. Principal stations: Syracuse, N. AEF; overseas from Feb. 26, 1918, to discharge. Discharged on April 19, 1920, from emergency commission only. Reverted to Regular Army status. Awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished services. As Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1, of the 4th Army Corps, he showed marked organizing and administrative ability. By his tireless efforts and ceaseless energy he contributed in a large degree to the successes achieved by the 4th Army Corps, in the Toul sector and in the battles of the St. Later he handled with great success the evacuation and feeding of French civilians in the occupied territory recovered from the enemy, rendering invaluable services to the AEF. Awarded the French Legion of Honor (Chevalier), by Presidential decree of April 4, 1919. Awarded the Italian Order of the Crown (Officer), by Royal decree of June 17, 1919. Awarded the Montenegrin Order of Prince Danilo I (Commander), Royal Award of Dec. Awarded Panamanian Medal of La Solidaridad (second class), Presidential Award of Aug. Awarded the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, with Swords (Commander), Royal Decree, Sept. I do not take measurements so please don’t ask. The item “Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army” is in sale since Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “relichunter52″ and is located in Concord, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress Jacket and Pants, Adj General US Army

Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media

Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media

Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media
There is too much in this grouping to get everything in within 12 photos. What is clear this officer was slated to go on to be a High Ranking general Officer had it not been for his WW 1 wounds. He was a contemporary of Patton, Bradley etc. Who served as a extremely proud Cavalry Officer. This grouping includes his named M-1895 Sack Undress Coat dated 1915, his M-1926 Pattern Lt. Col uniform jacket dated 1929, riding breaches for the 1926 jacket, Sam Brown, and his M-1926 visor. The M 1902 visor pictured is not part of the grouping. Both jackets are in great shape, the 1926 visor has the sweat band removed which was common practice among the cavalry. The 1895 has Lt. Colonel’s Cavalry Shoulder straps and gilt Cavalry Insignia. The M-1926 has QM collar brass and bullion Lt. I added the shirt and tie for display purposes and will include them in the sale. There is media O’Plenty. He was gassed during WW 1 which seriously affected his health. So much so he was forced to leave the cavalry and joined the Quartermaster Corps in charge of remounts for the Cavalry. He wrote a Book, “An Analysis of Horsemanship” which a copy is included. I have his book research, galleries and letters from many officers he sent copies. There is a riker mount with Bullion Major’s rank, Sterling Col’s eagles, a couple of war relic bring backs, his ID bracelet, ID Card, WW 1 Era collar Insignia for when he was the Adjutant tot he General, and his mini medals. Another Riker Mount has his certificates of promotion, War College Diploma and more. A third Riker Mount has a letter and envelope from then Brig General Walter Short. The same Walter Short who was a Lt. Gen in charge of the US Army during Pearl Harbor. His force retirement was tragic to many including General Douglas MacArthur. There is an original letter from the General dated 1935 expressing his sadness at Smalley’s forced medical retirement. There are letters dated 1901 for Smalley to his mother as a young enlisted man posted to the Cavalry in the Midwest. Smalley served in the Philippines, Mexican Border and WW 1. His WW 1 Victory Medal has 6 Battle Stars He earned the Distinguished Service Medal as well as the Purple Heart for his wounds during the Great War. In reading the letters and various accolades he received from his peers, it’s obvious he was devastated at having to leave the service. He was too ill to be reactivated during WW 2 which was extremely painful for him. He fell into alcoholism which is demonstrated by a letter included in this grouping. It’s to who it may concern dated 1949 saying if he starts drinking again he authorizes who finds him to turn him over to his wife and to seek out AA. There is a Binder with many of the letters, memento’s of his services and photos of him mounted. Another pouch has many more letters. There is also a wide angle group photo of his Cavalry unit during WW 1. There are field orders he issued, orders for him etc. I’m sure I’ve forgotten something. Enlisted in 1899 aged 17 and retired 1935. During WW 1 he was Adjutant of the 5th Brigade, 3rd ID. At retirement he was Cavalry Chief of Remount. Upon his retirement Congress promoted him to Colonel as his record clearly showed he had earned the rank. You can see his ribbon bars did not include the Purple Heart but he did add it to the mini medals. He is interred at Arlington. I do not take measurements so please don’t ask. The item “Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media” is in sale since Saturday, April 07, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “relichunter52″ and is located in Concord, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Named M-1926 Pattern US Army Lt. Col Uniform, M1895 Sack Coat, Visor, Media

Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army

Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army

Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army
Very nice Brigadier Generals, Adj. General’s evening dress with medals. Named to James Alexander Ulio who retired as a major General. The jacket itself is in excellent shape. His name , as a Colonel, is on the tailors tag as well as the date 1931. The mini medal rack exactly fits the loops sewn to the jacket. There is also an envelope with his name and address. Enlisted at Fort Keogh, Mont. 1, 1900; served in Company M, 10th Infantry, to discharge. Grades: Corporal, (date not given); Battalion Sergeant Major, (date not given). 9, 1904, as a Battalion Sergeant Major, to accept commission. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, on Oct. 10, 1904; 1st Lieutenant, March 11, 1911; Captain, July 1, 1916; assigned to 23rd Infantry, to Aug. 15, 1917; Division Adjutant, 29th Division, to Feb. 26, 1918; Army General Staff College, AEF, to May 31, 1918; Assistant Chief of Staff (G-1), 4th Corps, to Dec. 14, 1918; Duty with Adjutant General, General Headquarters, AEF, to Sept. 2, 1919; Near East Relief Commission, to discharge. 19, 1917; Lieutenant Colonel, Sept. Principal stations: Syracuse, N. AEF; overseas from Feb. 26, 1918, to discharge. Discharged on April 19, 1920, from emergency commission only. Reverted to Regular Army status. Awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished services. As Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1, of the 4th Army Corps, he showed marked organizing and administrative ability. By his tireless efforts and ceaseless energy he contributed in a large degree to the successes achieved by the 4th Army Corps, in the Toul sector and in the battles of the St. Later he handled with great success the evacuation and feeding of French civilians in the occupied territory recovered from the enemy, rendering invaluable services to the AEF. Awarded the French Legion of Honor (Chevalier), by Presidential decree of April 4, 1919. Awarded the Italian Order of the Crown (Officer), by Royal decree of June 17, 1919. Awarded the Montenegrin Order of Prince Danilo I (Commander), Royal Award of Dec. Awarded Panamanian Medal of La Solidaridad (second class), Presidential Award of Aug. Awarded the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, with Swords (Commander), Royal Decree, Sept. I do not take measurements so please don’t ask. The item “Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army” is in sale since Tuesday, March 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “relichunter52″ and is located in Concord, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Named Brigadier General Evening Dress, Adj General US Army

Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research

Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research

Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research
United States Marine Corps Corporal Harry C. Hall was born in Pennsylvania in 1908. Hall enlisted in the Marine Corps as a Private in Jan. Of 1934 at the Headquarters Detachment, Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. In March 1934 Hall was attending Sea School at the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA. Maryland, & the U. From New York to the Panama Canal Zone. In March of 1936 Hall was promoted to Private 1st Class. By July 1937 Hall was stationed at the League Island Pennsylvania where he reenlisted Jan. 13th 1938 & was hen promoted to Corporal in June 1938. He served with the General Service Unit , 4th Reserve District, Navy Yard, PA. Throughout 1940 & World War II. He was issued this Good Conduct Medal No. Hall passed away Oct. 26th 1976 at 68 years old. He is buried at the Mercer County, Shenango Valley Cemetery. RIBBON DRAPE TESTED UV NEGATIVE. The Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal was established on 20 July 1896. The medal was originally a ribbon and medal suspended from a clasp bearing the words U. The clasp was eliminated after WWII and the medal has remained unchanged in appearance since that time. Since its inception in 1896, the name of the recipient was engraved by hand on the reverse side of the medal until stamping the name on the medal began during World War II (numbered on the rim) and was done completely by 1951. In 1953, the Marine Corps adopted bronze and silver 3/16-inch service stars to denote additional awards of the Good Conduct Medal, replacing enlistment bars showing each honorable period of service. Since 10 December 1954, members of the Marine Corps must have three consecutive years of honorable and faithful service in order to be eligible for the medal. The Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal is affectionately nicknamed, “The Good Cookie” by Marines. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “NAMED 1934-1938 MARINE CORPS GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL N100544 HARRY C. HALL +RESEARCH” is in sale since Thursday, December 07, 2017. 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.
Named 1934-1938 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal N100544 Harry C. Hall +research

No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered

No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered

No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered
United States Marine Corps Private Chester Lewis. Cart was born July 17th 19005 in Clandennen, West Virginia. Cart enlisted in the Marine Corps September 26th 1922 at the Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, Mare Island, California. By November of 1922, Cart was stationed as part of the Marine Detachment on the Pacific Fleet Flagship, the Battleship U. Records show Cart as part of a Marine detachment on the U. Asheville in April 1923 to Hong Kong, China. He remained stationed on the U. 31st 1923 when he was temporarily transferred to the Mare Island Naval Base before heading back out to see on the U. California until July 31st 1924. 1925 Private Cart served with the Marine Corps Naval Operating Base, San Diego, CA. Private Cart was Honorably Discharged from the Marine Corps in late 1925 and he was issued this Good Conduct Medal for his excellent service. Cart registered for the World War II Draft in 1942 at the age of 42. United States Marine Corps Private Chester L. Cart passed away May 21st 1980. NEGATIVE TESTED RIBBON DRAPE AS SHOWN IN PHOTO #12. The Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal was established on 20 July 1896. The medal was originally a ribbon and medal suspended from a clasp bearing the words U. The clasp was eliminated after WWII and the medal has remained unchanged in appearance since that time. Since its inception in 1896, the name of the recipient was engraved by hand on the reverse side of the medal until stamping the name on the medal began during World War II (numbered on the rim) and was done completely by 1951. In 1953, the Marine Corps adopted bronze and silver 3/16-inch service stars to denote additional awards of the Good Conduct Medal, replacing enlistment bars showing each honorable period of service. Since 10 December 1954, members of the Marine Corps must have three consecutive years of honorable and faithful service in order to be eligible for the medal. The Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal is affectionately nicknamed, “The Good Cookie” by Marines. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you! The item “NO. 82352 NAMED 1922-25 MARINE CORPS GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL CHESTER L CART NUMBERED” is in sale since Sunday, November 19, 2017. 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.
No. 82352 Named 1922-25 Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal Chester L Cart Numbered