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Field Artillery:  Officer's collar insignia.  Used 1907-1926.  Single piece.  Pinback.  Unmarked.
Item # p12 $12.00
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Field Artillery:  Officer's collar insignia. Used 1907-1926. Single piece.  Pinback.  Unmarked.
Item # p15 $12.00
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1930's Enlisted Hat Device:  Screwback.
Item # disc  $10.00
WWI Collar Disk:  No nut with it.
$7.99
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Old hat "SECURITY" badge:  Classic wreath style hat pin or badge for a guard.  Screwback with nut.  Age unknown and it is unmarked.
$5.00
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1902 HOSPITAL CORPS Collar Insignia:  One pair of 1902 Collar devices for Hospital Corps.  Not marked but look to be silver or silverplate. Screwback with original nuts.  Measures about 7/8" wide.  Nice Philippine War items.
$19.00
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MODEL 1896 Hat Devices:  They measure 2 1/2" wide. Screwback.  1st Infantry, company H has the prongs bent over and it is the only one that has a stamping on the back: "Pat.Pend".  Your choice:
$15.00 each
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MODEL 1896 Hat Device, New York N.G.:  The 71st New York was in CUBA with Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan Hill.  It is the 1896 pattern and measures 2 1/2" wide. It is screwback.   71/L has the prongs bent over. 
$15.00 each
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MODEL 1896 Hat Devices: They measure 2 1/2" wide and are screwback.  The 2nd Infantry, company G is missing the nut and both prongs are bent over.  The 3rd Infantry, company C has one prong broken off. The 28th Infantry, company A has both prongs bent over slightly.  Your Choice:
$10.00 each
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1902 Collar Pin, 2nd Infantry, Company D:  Very nice single pin back collar device for the 1902 standing collar dress tunic.  Measures 2 1/4" wide. No problems.
$15.00
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1896 Pattern Hat Device, 105th Artillery:   Screwback (no nut with it).  Measures 2" wide.
$13.00
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1902  Hat or Collar Device, 2nd New York Infantry, Company A, Soldier 6: Screwback complete with nut.  Measures about 2 1/4" wide.
$15.00
MUSICIAN'S HAT BADGE: Measures 2 1/2" X 1 3/4" in size. Screwback with the nut.  Anti-rotation studs are present. I believe this will date between 1943 and 1968.
Item # 10514  $3.00
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SILVER ADJUTANT DISKS:
Silver colored collar flat disks, two piece construction with the clutchback nuts.  Uncleaned
Item # 2146  $1.99
Item # 11511  $2.99
UNIFORM HAT DEVICE:  For the International Order of Odd Fellows.  About 2" X 2", Screwback.  Old. 
Item # 1014006  $9.00
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WW2, SHOULDER BOARD, NAVAL AVIATION CADET: Hilborn & Hamburger maker label. Bullion star with one thread damage.  See the photos for more information.
$1.99
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U.S. AIR FORCE MASTER INFORMATION MANAGEMENT  BADGE:    Marked G-23 on the back.  With nuts.
1902 COLLAR PIN:  Blackened,  Pinback. 5/8" X 1-3/16". 
Type used approximately 1905-1923 on standing collar tunics. One piece construction.                 
1902 NEW YORK NAT'L GUARD COLLAR PIN: One piece construction, 
5/8" high dates it 1902-1920's for the standing collar.  It is pinback.
Item # 21525 $7.99
These date early since the letters are soldered to a bar and the backs have loops for sewing to the uniform instead of using a pin. 5/8" high, blackened surface has wear. New York Nat'l Guard.
1898-1902  COLLAR PINS 
Item # 21524  $15.00
1902 U.S. COLLAR PIN, BRONZE:  One piece, bronze finish, pinback fastener.  5/8" X 1-3/16" in size.  Type and size used 1905-1923 for standing collar tunics.
Item # 21526   $4.99
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WWI TRAIN PIN: Logo stood for a train car that would hold 40 troops or 8 horses.  7/8" X 1- 3/16" with a Pinback fastener.
Item # 21528  $4.99
Item # 21530  $9.00
PRE-WW2 OFFICER'S ORDNANCE PIN:  Nice condition, clutch back with the nuts. Measures 1" high.
Item # 41510   $4.00
OFFICER'S SIGNAL CORPS, Dated 1969: 1 pair of subdued insignia on the original card. Vietnam era.
Item # 4155  $4.00
WW1 TRAIN CAR, 40/8 PIN/RIBBON:  This 40 troops/8 horses medal is from a 1947 assembly in St. Louis.  Top pinback missing.  Nice pendant.  Writing on ribbon has faded but is still readable. Made by St. Louis Button Co.
Item # 41512  $3.99
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WW1 SIGNAL CORPS COLLAR DISK: Complete with the nut.  Uncleaned. It is more of a bronze color than the photo shows.  I see no problems with it.
Item # 71531  $12.00
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1903-1905 OFFICER COLLAR and SHOULDER BOARD INSIGNIA:  I am not sure what this is but it is of the size worn only a couple of years, 1903-1905 on the uniform collars and shoulder boards.  In addition to the small size the type of fastener supports this early device.  Size is 1-1/8" X 1-1/4".  It is flat and it is a bronze color.
Item # 71557  $15.00
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HOSPITAL CORPS INSIGNIA PATCH, 1902 PHILIPPINE WAR - Pre WW1:The construction of this Hospital Corps Insignia looks to be early 1902 pattern and could have been during the Philippine War.  Nothing major wrong with it.  Looks to be crudely machine sewed. Nice early insignia.
Item # 1215003  $9.00
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1902 COLLAR PIN, U.S. RESERVES:  Blackened,  Pinback. 5/8" X 1-1/4".  Type used approximately 1905-1923 on standing collar tunics. One piece construction with the boxed "R"..                 
Item # 216076  $4.99
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ADJUTANT GENERAL BRANCH INSIGNIA, FULL SET, SILVER-TONE:
With clutch nuts.  Two piece, can disassemble for cleaning.
Item # 516022 $3.00
USMC, EGA FOR BILLED HAT: This is the larger sized EGA. Time period is unknown. Brass nut and washer.
m1896, SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, OFFICER'S HAT DEVICE:  Nice screwback pin for 2nd Infantry Officer's hat.  2-1/4" X 1-1/4".
Item # 617001  $15.00
WW2 NAVAL AVIATION CADET PIN. FIRST CLASSWorn over the left breast pocket.  Hallmarked N.S. Meyer. Pin back fastener. Measures about 1-1/2" X 3/4" overall size. Not a common item. 
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Item # in12184  $19.00
U.S. COLLAR/LAPEL PINS:  A pair of matched U.S. pins complete with the clutch nuts.  They measure abut 13/16" wide and 7/16" high.
Item # in219024  $5.00
COAST GUARD AUXILLERY, FLOTILLA COMMANDER:  Clutchback with the nuts.  Back marked TN G.I. Single piece.
Item # in219034  $3.00
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​1896-1905 INFANTRY ENLISTED HAT BADGE:  18th Infantry, Company C. Measures 2 3/8" wide X 1 1/4" high. Some bending to the rifles. Threaded stud is bent. There is no nut with it. Anti-rotation studs missing. Still a nice early pin.
Item # in819022  $15.00
1896-1905 12th ENGINEER CORPS INSIGNIA:  Folks, this is one nice pin.  It is not a lightweight, stamped out piece but is heavy, cast metal, PIN back insignia.  Extremely nice pin.  I believe it is the 12th Corps since they were the only one at the time.  Measures 1 3/4" wide X 1 1/4" high.  PIN BACK!
Item # 819023  $40.00
ROTC "SGT MAJOR" COLLAR DISCS:  Gold-tone pair, clutchback.  Believed to be for a Sergeant Major in the ROTC.  Nuts included.
Item # in1219010  $3.00
WW2, INFANTRY SUPPLY COLLAR DISC SET:  WW2 type  screwback fluted nuts.  Crossed rifles with an "S" for "SUPPLY" below them.
Item # in1219012  $12.00
AIR DEFENSE INSIGNIA:  A cloth patch and a gold-tone, clutchback, pin.  Nuts included.  No problems. 
Item # in320008  $1.99
WW2 TRANSPORTATION CORPS:
Single disc, chrome plated, for the US Army Transportation Corps.  Clutchback with the nuts.  WW2 style.  N.S. Meyer.
Item # in320014  $4.00
CHEMICAL CORPS COLLAR DISK:
Single collar disk for the US Army Chemical Corps.  Clutchback with the nuts.
Item # in320015  $4.00
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ROTC BADGE:  Nice condition.  Marked GEMSCO N.Y. on the back.  Clutch nuts included.
Item # 420013  $3.99
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1937-1942 SCREW BACK, QUARTERMASTER COLLAR DISK: Flat disc with flat nut.  Some wear.
Item # in420017  $3.00
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EARLY AIR SERVICE or SIGNAL CORPS DISK, 1910-1923 SCREWBACK:  The Air Service was originally part of the Signal Corps before separating into their own branch.  This disk would be appropriate for either.
Item # in420021  $15.00
1910-1923 SIGNAL CORPS COLLAR DISK, SCREWBACK:  Flat disk with a flat nut.  Bronze color.
Item # in420015  $12.00
DRESS UNIFORM SHOULDER STRAP, SIGNAL CORPS CAPTAIN:  I believe the gold outline threads and the silver Captain bars are bullion.  Signal Corps branch color.  Fire blue with design on the attaching clasps.  Single piece.
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U.S. NAVY ENSIGN SHOULDER BOARDS:  Pair of 1941 or later shoulder boards for a USN Ensign's dress uniform.  Bullion threads.  Dust, fuzz and lint should clean off with a brush and tape.
Item # in620017  $10.00
U.S. NAVY AVIATION CADET SHOULDER BOARDS:  A pair of shoulder boards for a USN Aviation Cadet.  Bullion stars.  United Carr snaps.  Will date 1941 or later.  Dust, lint and fuzz should clean off with a brush and tape.
Item # in620018  $10.00
USMC EGA, WW2 OFFICER'S INSIGNIA:  Extremely nice EGA made be N.S. Meyer.  Size for USMC Officer's uniform and garrison cap. The globe is actually 1/2 of a globe and not a flattened out version normally seen.  Sharp details.  Screwback with the nut. 
Item # in620022  $49.00
Item # in620016  $12.00
DOMED, SILVER DISKS. KOREAN WAR:  A pair of silver toned, domed disks that I believe will date to Korean War and later period.  Corps of Engineers.  Includes the clutch nuts.  Uncleaned.
Item # in9204  $9.00
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DOMED, KOREAN WAR COASTAL ARTILLERY (HEAVY) DISC on BLUE:  I believe this disc will date Korean War to Post-Korea being domed and with the blue plastic background disc.
Item # in9206  $7.00
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DOMED, KOREAN WAR CORPS OF ENGINEERS DISC on BLUE:  I believe this disc will date Korean War to Post-Korean War period being domed with the blue plastic background disc.
Item # in9207  $7.00
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1st LT. SHOULDER STRAP, MEDICAL CORPS:  A single shoulder board for a First Lt. in the Medical Corps.  Front is good, back has a moth hole.
Item # in9209  $8.00
2nd LT. SHOULDER STRAP, MEDICAL CORPS: Single shoulder board for a Second Lt. in the Medical Corps. I see no problems with it. 
Item # in92010  $9.00
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USMC DRESS VISOR COVER EGA:  Hallmarked G-G1 on back of wing. Gold tone. Fouled anchor.  With the nut.  
Item # 10111  $10.00
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USMC DRESS VISOR COVER EGA:  Older badge with a smaller eagle with short pointed wings and fat legs.  Different wing feather pattern.  Good detail on the eagle.  Globe is a true 1/2 globe and not the flattened out later type. Gold tone.  Fouled anchor.  Complete with washer and nut.
Item # 10112  $40.00
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Item # 217026  $4.00
WW2 USMC BILLED COVER EGA: Short wings with nice wing feather pattern. Fat legged eagle. Screw back with washer and fluted nut. No problems.
Item # 10119  $10.00
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Item # 10315  $6.00
USMC EGA FOR GARRISON CAP OR LEFT LAPEL:  Made by "KREW".  Brass nut included.
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U.S. MARINE CORPS TIE CLASP:  New in original packaging.
Item # usmc tie clasp  $1.00
WW1 MOTOR TRANSPORT COLLAR DISK: Dark patina bronze finish.  Backside threaded stud is broken off.  It will look fine in a display but would need work to attach it to a uniform.
Item # 10511  $7.50
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WW1 ARMY AIR CORPS COLLAR DISK:  Gold-tone finish.  Complete with nut.  Has not been cleaned or polished.
Item # 10512  $15.00
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Item # 10221  $2.00
U.S. AIR FORCE, AIRMAN FIRST CLASS INSIGNIA:  One pair on the original issue card dated 1977.  Complete with the clutch nuts.
Item # 10224  $2.00
U.S. AIR FORCE COLLAR DISKS:  Three disks with the clutch nuts.  Surface finish loss.  As seen in the photos.
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Item # 10226  $5.00
U.S. ARMY MAJOR INSIGNIA: Single piece, gold-tone finish. Pin back fastener.  Measures about 3/4".
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Item # 10227  $20.00
DENTIST, U.S. ARMY DENTAL OFFICER INSIGNIA:  Two sets, enough for two uniforms..  "D" pins hallmarked N.S. Meyer.  Eight nuts required, 4 nuts are present. 
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Item # 10422  $40.00
RARE, WW1 COLLAR DISK, SUPPLY AND AMMUNITION TRAIN:  Train Division. Screw back with the nut.  "T" initial on front.  Not an easy find.
Item # 10421  $15.00
m1902 COLLAR PIN, 26th INFANTRY DIVISION, COMPANY H:  Pin back.  2 1/4" wide.  Some bending to the muskets.
Item # 10423  $6.00
WW2 HONORABLE DISCHARGE BUTTONS:
Three lapel buttons. Flat back studs.
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Item # 10424  $6.00
WW2 HONORABLE DISCHARGE BUTTONS:  Three lapel buttons.
Item #  10622  $7.00
CHEMICAL CORPS COLLAR DISK SET:  U.S. disk could use a polish, Chemical Corps disk pretty nice. Both have the nuts.  Flat disks.
Item # 10721  $18.00
WEST GERMANY CAVALRY HAT BADGE:  Nice insignia and attractive.  Will date back to Post-War, divided Germany. No problems with it.
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Item #  10821  $5.00
THREE CONFEDERATE AIR FORCE PINS:  Wings are 2" and are silver-tone and not gold as they appear in the photo.  The Missouri shield is missing the clasp nut.  Obsolete as the Confederate Air Force name is no longer acceptable.
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Item # 10823  $12.00 
U.S. ARMY MILITARY ACADEMY SHAKO HELMET BADGE:  Large 4 3/4" X 4 1/4" with two screw nut fasteners.  It has age toning with a couple of tarnish spots.  Used but not damaged. 
Item # 10921  $12.00
12th (XII) ARMY CORPS PIN:  Rare little metal pin with a pin back fastener.  Small, about the size of a penny.  As seen in the photo there is some loss of enamel paint.  Research could find no others like it.
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Item # 101021  $3.00
LT. COL. SILVER-TONE OAK LEAF:  Single piece, 1 inch. Clutchback with the nuts.
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Item 101022  $5.00
AIRBORNE JUMP WINGS: Clutchback with the nuts.
Item # 101023  $10.00
EARLY WAR ARTILLERY OFFICER"S INSIGNIA:  They have the early war, flat faced nuts with them. No problems.
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Item # 101024  $30.00
WW2; USMC CAPTAIN or NAVY LT.: Three pieces. All Sterling, Two marked H-H, One is pin back, Two with early war flat faced sterling nuts...About 5/8" X 3/4" in size.

Item # 101025  $10.00
SHOOTING PROFICIENCY AWARD: Silver-tone medallion with crossed rifles on a braided silver colored cord.  Unknown use:  I think it is either the Armed Forces Proficiency Award given to US Soldiers post-war, or an East German Shooting Award? I have a uniform in the UNIFORM category that is U.S. Army with a similar award on it.