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American Legion "Chief Observer" badge

Condition: VF

American Legion "Chief Observer" badge, silver and enamel, pinback (70mm). Unmarked.

In World War II, the Air Warning System set up observation posts along the East Coast manned by civilian volunteers who were trained to identify enemy airplanes. The observers were ordered to report by telephone all planes they spotted to the Army Filter Center. Many observation posts were located at American Legion Posts. Each post was to have a chief observer, two assistant chief observers, and as many observers as necessary for 24-hour operations.

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American Legion "Legion Observer" badge

Condition: VF

American Legion "Legion Observer" badge, silver and enamel, pinback (70mm). Unmarked.

In World War II, the Air Warning System set up observation posts along the East Coast manned by civilian volunteers who were trained to identify enemy airplanes. The observers were ordered to report by telephone all planes they spotted to the Army Filter Center. Many observation posts were located at American Legion Posts. Each post was to have a chief observer, two assistant chief observers, and as many observers as necessary for 24-hour operations.

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Civil War Fifteenth Army Corps Badge

Condition: VF

Fifteenth Army Corps Badge. Brass square with an enameled cartridge box set transversely in the center. The cartridge box is marked “Forty Rounds/USA”. The black enamel on the cartridge box is heavily chipped. Two prongs on the reverse for attachment (one missing), VF. 

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Civil War Fourteenth Army Corps badge

Condition: VF

Fourteenth Army Corps Badge. Brass acorn-shaped badge for wear on the cap. Once blackened, much of the blackening has worn off.

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Civil War Tenth Army Corps Badge

Condition: VF

Civil War Tenth Army Corps Badge. Brass “square bastioned fort”, with black fabric center; pin-back. Unmarked.

The Tenth Army Corps was created in September 1862 and consisted of Union forces in the Department of the South.
 

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Civil War Tenth Army Corps badge variant

Condition: VF

Tenth Army Corps Badge. Variant badge, worn with one point upward. Brass with red enameled center. Pin-back, unmarked. 

´╗┐Tenth Army Corps was created in September 1862 and consisted of Union forces in the Department of the South.´╗┐

 

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Civil War. 19th Army Corps Badge

Condition: VF

Civil War Corps Badge of the 1st Division, 19th Army Corps. A brass cross with red enamel (35x35mm), with a “T”-pin.  

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Civil War. 19th Army Corps Badge

Condition: VF

Civil War Corps Badge of the 2nd Division, 19th Army Corps. A brass cross with blue enamel (35x35mm), with a “T”-pin.  

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Civil War. 9th Army Corps badge

Condition: VF+

Civil War. 9th Army Corps badge. Brass, with prongs on the reverse for attachment.

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Coast Guard Surfman's insignia set

Condition: VF

 Coast Guard Surfman's insignia set. Bronze, screwback.

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Officer cap/collar EGA devices, 1926

Condition: VF

Matching set of Marine Corps officer’s service cap and collar EGA devices, 1926 pattern, in bronze. Marked “Imperial” and by Hillborn-Hamburger. Cap device missing the stabilizing pin and has a replaced spinner. 
 

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Span-Am 7th Corps Badge, Signal Corps

Condition: Near VF

Spanish-American War 7th Corps badge in silvcer and Signal Corps orange enamel. Marked "Sterling" on the reverse. (29mm) Enamel damage to one star point. 

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Spanish-American War Enlisted EGA device

Condition: VF+

Spanish-American War Marine Corps EGA device. White-metal enlisted EGA device for the shoulder boards or cap, prong-back. 

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