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WWI Uniforms and Groupings
U-1337  Nice 84TH Division enlisted mans blouse with US and Signal Corps collar brass. Very nice overall. $195
U-1336  Scarce 13TH Division tunic with one set of initials and one last name inscribed. This unit never left the United States and their patched tunics are scarce. Corporals stripes and US and Medical Corps discs. $225
U-1335  Scarce 14TH Division tunic with one set of initials and one last name inscribed. This unit never left the United States and their patched tunics are scarce. Corporals stripes and US and Medical Corps discs. Very interesting direct embroidered flower on the pocket flap, meaning unknown. $225
U-1334   Very unusual 5TH Division uniform set, circa 1922-23. Both sides have a PFC Farrier insignia which I have never seen on uniform. $230
U-1333  Scarce 11TH Division tunic. This unit never left the United States and their patched tunics are scarce. Corporals stripes have been removed.  and US and Infantry discs. This cotton tunic suffered light damage and fading on the right side which has caused a color change to one side of the tunic. $175
U-1332  5TH Division tunic with trousers. Some damage to one side as shown.  US and Infantry collar brass. $140
U-1330  91ST Division tunic and trousers with scarce, "WW" version patch. $235
U-1329  Exceptionally RARE!! WWI Volunteer Ambulance Driver's uniform for a member of the Norton-Harjes Ambulance Service. Distinctive blue collar tabs with recessed cross buttons. Nicely marked with named Tailors tag. The Norton Harjes Service was a direct competitor of the American Field Service and served on the Western Front between 1915-17.  Full research included.  $2395
U-1292   Very scarce 32ND Division 1ST Sgts tunic with numbered collar brass.  Very unusual to find with black cuff stripes. This indicates that this individual served as an Officer during Wartime, but was reduced back to EM after the Armistice. Very nice condition overall. $175$SOLD$
U-1328  Very clean 79TH Division, Trench Mortar Sergeants tunic. Very nice overall, rare tunic. $240
U-1327  Very scarce WWI Officers Trench Coat. Named on the interior to a Second Lieutenant. Makers label has worn down to  the point where it cannot be read. Overall the coat itself is very nice with original belt. These are among the toughest of all WWI Officers accessories as they were used after the War in Civilian life, until discarded. $750
U-1326  WWI Pilots tunic with trousers. Includes flight log. Flight log shows he completed training , just not in time to go to France. Great LL Bean Trousers with leather lined pocket openings. New York State Medal. $995
U-1325   After collecting, buying and selling WWI material for almost 40 years if is rare to come across a WWI Uniform with a shoulder insignia that the ASMIC guys have not identified, but yet here we have one. The patch shows an Artillery shell, nose down, with a "C" on one side and an "E" on the other. The collar and shoulder insignia are Ordinance. Best guess so far is "Chemical Engineers" and that this has something to do with Gas shells. Quite a rarity. $795$SOLD$

U-1324  WWI Grouping for a Yank in the RAF!! Fighter Pilot who trained with the British and was assigned to as a US Pilot RAF Squadron 55. He flew in combat with them for about 2 months before illness took him out of service. French made tunic, French made overseas cap and English made Flight helmet and neck protector. Small black cat good luck device pinned on the front. Cased goggles, trousers and Sam Brown belt round out the set. Wing is a rare English made variant. RARE!! $4495
U-1323  Very rare tunic worn by a Volunteer Physician who most likely served with one of the Surgical Units in France. I have seen one other shot of Dartmouth Medical Students wearing similar tunics. I have not found anything on this individual. These early volunteers served in British and French Military Hospitals and many Hospitals sponsored 6 Month overseas tours for a complete surgical staff, such as Lakeside Hospital or Massachusetts General Hospital. Only one I have ever seen. $650
U-1322  Rare 2ND Sanitary Train of the 2ND Division. Coblenz made patch. This jacket displays very well from the front. The rear of the jacket is hammered. Includes overseas cap and trousers. $395
U-1321  Very rare enlisted Observers tunic. Wonderful wing, possibly British made. Bullion Aviation Sgts stripes and bullion and wool 3RD Corps/ 3RD Army combination and overseas stripes. Fantastic uniform!! $1475
U-1320  Fantastic WWI Grouping. Includes 2 79TH Division Uniforms. Wool and Cotton, both with trouswrs. Nicely named Gas Mask set, named person property bag, laundry bag, shelter half, mess kit, wool scarf, wool vest and wool touque. His original long underwear shirt and under drawers, laces, booklets and socks. These are all contained in a stenciled OD wooden locker with its original stencil. Great complete set! Trunk was most likely done by the Veteran later in life as it included "1917-1918"  $750  $SOLD$
U-1319  WWI First Army Artillery tunic with honorable discharge and overseas stripes. Medical collar disc most likely is for an attached Medic. $165
U-1318  Nice WW1 3RD army tunic and trousers. Good condition overall with just a few scattered moth bites. $150$SOLD$
U-1317  Significant American Volunteer Uniform with a fascinating history. This individual drove for the American Field Service just before their turnover tot he US Army in the fall of 1917. He then went to Italy for 6 months and drove an Ambulance for the American Red Cross. Finally he returned to France, entered the French Artillery program and was asked to become an Aerial Observer. The fascinating detail is that he wore this uniform in ALL THREE SERVICES. He just changed insignia. Nice uniforms were expensive and he used it in all three. We know this because he purchased it just prior to leaving the US to join the AFS, we have a photo of him wearing it in Italy and finally we have the final iteration with French Aviation Officers insignia. $4795 ON HOLD
U-1316  Early 1920s 77TH Division Officers tunic and campaign hat. Background appears to be black, instead of the typical blue. Campaign hat is very nice just having a loose sweatband. $350
U-1315   WWI 6TH Division tunic. good condition overall. $140$SOLD$
U-1314   6TH Division tunic with great embroidered patch. Good condition overall. $150
 
U-1312   1928 White Dress tunic for Colonel Charles Duval Roberts made in 1928. The cuff rank was later upgraded to his last rank as Brigadier General. Then Lt. Roberts received the Medal of Honor at El Caney, Cuba during the Spanish American War in 1898. He is also a Graduate of West Point. Very nice condition. $850
U-1311  WWI Pilots Tunic and Officers Overcoat. Ex Bob Ford Collection. Includes his original tunic with a REPRODUCTION pin back wing. Wing is just for display. The tunic and overcoat are not named but comes with an ID written by Bob when he obtained it and copied some of the paperwork including photos and his commission.  $775
U-1310  Very nice 1920s Infantry Officer from the 101ST Infantry of the 26TH Division. Includes tunic, trousers and campaign hat. $275
U-1309  Very scarce WWI Enlisted Mans Mackinaw. These are very tough to find. Shoulder patch and overseas stripes have been removed. Shows lots of use and wear. $375
U-1308  Very nice 79TH Division Sergeants tunic with 2 overseas stripes. Wonderful bullion, SSI. $235$SOLD$
U-1307  Fantastic 6TH Regiment Headquarters Grouping. Great painted helmet with full chinstrap. No liner. Amazing painted Gas Mask that was shown in the reference "Equipping the Corps". One of the nicest Marine Corps Gas Masks that I have ever seen. The tunic is an Army blouse which Marines did wear overseas. Almost all were exchanged to US Marine Corps tunics, but some did get through. Other Marines got them post War for parade use.$2895
U-1306  Very nice 87TH Division Artillery tunic. Very nice condition. $175  $SOLD$
U-1304  Amazing Distinguished Service Cross recipients uniform, medals and photo grouping. Includes tunic with numbered collar discs, cotton trousers, sand finish helmet with liner and strap, small photo of him, 2 photos showing him boxing and some souvenirs. The medal grouping consists of his numbered DSC with jeweler engraved initials and overseas dates. His 1st year issue Purple Heart is Government engraved and numbered. His Croix de Guerre and Victory Medal are also present. Really a wonderful set. His citation is as follows. "

The Distinguished Service Cross is presented to John J. Zeldam, Private, U.S. Army, for extraordinary heroism in action north of Cierges, France, August 1, 1918. Following an assault, in which he was wounded in the leg by a machine-gun bullet, and when further advance was impossible because of a barrage, Private Zeldam took refuge in a shell hole. From this shelter he observed a comrade who was seriously wounded and needed assistance. Despite heavy artillery and machine-gun fire, he crawled 20 yards through the open, reached the helpless man, and took him back to the shell hole. After the two had lain in the shell hole nearly the entire day, Private Zeldam, leaving his canteen with his companion, crawled across the danger zone and obtained assistance to carry the other wounded man to a dressing station.
General Orders No. No. 117, W.D., 1918

Wonderful 32ND DSC grouping with great history. $4495


U-1299  Scarce British contract tunic with 41ST Division SSI. A few scattered moth nips, otherwise very nice. $210
U-1290   Huge Pilots Grouping from Lt. Douglas Kenyon. Includes wonderful tailored uniform which he is shown wearing in several studio portraits. There are 2 overseas caps, one British style, one with black/green piping, extra trousers, logbook, ID cards, 2 large training notebooks, British silk flag, leather flight gloves, dog tags and a large collection of original paperwork. Although originally assigned to the 28TH Aero Squadron, Kenyon was instead sent to England for Bombing, gunnery and aerial combat Training. There is paperwork present covering lots of activity but alas he did not finish all of the training before the War ended. So a VERY complete grouping, with lots of flying, but no combat. $5895
U-1288  Very rare American Ambulance Field Service Uniform. This one is much more scarce than others we have offered over the years as he was driving in the first half of 1916. His original belt is also present. There is some basic research included including an article with a photo of him wearing this very uniform. $2195
U-1285   Nice 36TH Division, medical uniform. Bakelite buttons, tailor made tunic. One small stain on front as shown. We have not tried to remove it. $140ON HOLD
U-1284  Nice 1ST army Artillery tunic. A few small moth nips, otherwise very nice. $130
U-1279   Very nice WWI 3RD Division Officer's Trunk Grouping. Great stenciled trunk with named 3RD division uniform with trousers, Sam Brown belt, dog tags, leather leggings, wool puttees, money belt and other items. Includes a very scarce WWI British named SBR Gas Mask and Bag and even his original shoes. $1195
U-1278  Very nice 1ST Army Engineers tunic. Very nice. $150
U-1276  WWI 2ND Army tunic. Good condition overall. A few popped stitches on the shoulder patch. Overall good condition with the exception of a couple of tiny moth nips. $140
U-1268   Very nice 1ST Army Motor Transport Corps tunic with fantastic MTC Sergeant sleeve rate. US and MTC collar brass. A couple of moth nips and one rear seam has opened up, which will need to be re-stitched. $225

 

U-1265  WWI Period American Red Cross Motor Corps Women's Drivers coat with SSI. Un-named, but very rare. These Women helped transport Soldiers arriving back from France who had been wounded and needed transportation to and from New York City hospitals. Lining has numerous splits. $795
U-1259  Officers grade 1ST Army Aviation tunic. Nice French made SSI with trousers. $245
U-1251  WWI Chief Petty Officer, Carpenters white cotton blouse with stripes showing a 5TH enlistment. Just lacks the 4 front closure buttons. $225
  U-1246   WWI 37TH Division tunic. Very good condition overall. $170
U-1242  WWI Women's cotton uniform jacket as used by Women Ambulance Drivers and Medical Aids. $245
U-1233   Great 88TH Division tunic with numbered collar brass. $225
    U-1225  Fantastic WWI Trench Mortar Officer, named on the interior. He began his career as a volunteer ambulance driver, before becoming an Ordinance Officer in Trench Mortar. $395
    U-1224  WWI 29TH Division Uniform with trousers and painted helmet. Tunic has numbered collar brass for the 110TH Field Artillery. There are 3 initials on the interior. Should be able to research. Helmet lacks liner and chin strap. $375$SOLD$
U-1216  Railway Engineers uniform set. $195
U-1210  7TH Division Engineers tunic. Some mothed areas as shown. $160
U-1197  Scarce 40TH Division Musicians tunic. good condition overall. $210
U-1184  Choice set of WWI Trousers. $75
U-1173   WWI 1ST Army Medical Officer's named tunic. Nicely inscribed and dated. Bullion Captains bars. $195 ON HOLD
U-1170  WWI enlisted mans ground crew uniform with 4 bladed propeller patch. US and Air Service collar discs. Tan cotton, very good condition. $225
U-1169   WWI Air Service ground crew enlisted mans uniform. Small size, about a 34 chest. 4 bladed propeller patch. $195
U-1166  WWI Air Service Sergeant's tunic with Liberty Loan Air Corps patch with French made Air Service bullion centered rank insignia. US and Aviation collar discs. Very nice condition. $265
U-1164  Wonderful French made US Aviators tunic. Classic French style with "false" belt at the waist. French made winged props and wonderful French made Aviators flight wing. Excellent overall condition. 2 overseas stripes. $1295
U-1161  2ND Army/ 4TH Corps artillery tunic . Great hand made patch. Some slight mothing to the 2 lower pockets. Rare patch. $265
       
       
  U-1157  WWI Observer's Tunic with 3Rd Army SSI. Very nice French made Observer wing. Tunic is excellent overall with just  a couple of scattered moth bites. Ex Bob Ford collection. $995
       
       
U-1156   WW1 Period US Naval Officers Frock Coat with matching trousers. Excellent condition overall. Dated 1914.   $245
       
       
U-1155  WW1 Period US Naval Officers Dress Jacket with Trousers. Dated 1914.  $145
U-1152  WWI US Issue shirt with contract tag still legible. $90
U-1151   WWI 37TH Division Tunic. Good condition overall. $210
U-1078  WWI Khaki cotton US Marine Corps 2 pocket tunic. Very nice condition with size marking. $295$SOLD$
U-1077  Rare WWI US Navy Corpsman's tunic. As you know many Corpsmen were attached to the Marine Corps Units in the field. Tough item to find. $275
U-1072   New Old Stock WWI US Navy Jumper in an amazing Size 46!! Never worn still with original label. $80  ON HOLD
U-1060  WWI OD Wool "Chinstrap" wool shirt. Very nice condition. 2 small flaws as shown. $135
U-1033  WWI OD wool shirt with "chinstrap" button collar. Outer button fly edge needs to be re-sewn. $110$SOLD$
U-1030   88TH Division Uniform set. Includes tunic with 88TH SSI, trousers with issue belt and WWI Victory Medal with bar. Good condition overall. $225   ON HOLD
U-894   WWI Cotton Blouse with USQMC Rank insignia. Good condition overall. $95 HOLD
U-758  WWI US Army Issue Trousers. Good condition overall. Repair to reverse. $60
 
U-756   WWI US Army Issue Cotton breeches. $50
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