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Here is an rare early U.S.Army Officer cap badge, English made and maker marked "JR Gaunt New York Made in England" and the early Gaunt logo stamped on the back of the tail feathers.
One of the prongs missing on the rear left.
A pair of Captain rank insignia, not quite matching but from the same maker, one is marked sterling and has a slightly different safety pin clasp, in a matching snow flake pattern to the backs.
A pair of Lt. Colonel rank, pin back with safety catch.
A matching pair of Major's rank insignia, pin back with safety catches.
Full size examples.
An EM Cavalry branch of service collar, screw back made by JR Gaunt London
A pair of U.S. Army 1st Sergeant rank stripes in un-issued near mint condition.
Two pairs in stock
Here is a pair of un-cut Captain rank insignia, bullion embroidered on wool. Some age to the bullion thread.
A matched pair of WWII U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Rank, pin back in sterling silver.
A matched pair of Lt.Colonel. Pin Back with the snowflake pattern to the back.
A period pin back Marksman qualification marked sterling with sterling silver "Rifle-B" bar by Meyer N.Y.
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