WW2 US Army Infantry Officer collar brass Insignia WWII

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 12, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

This is a pair of nice, vintage, 1930's to WW2, ARMY OFFICER "crossed rifles" INFANTRY BRASS!

These are 1930s to World War Two US Army Corps of INFANTRY commissioned officer collar devices. These vintage pre-war to WWII clutch-pin-backs are from maybe 1935 to 1945. These collar pins are the typical WWII ERA clutchback collar brass, typical of what was worn from 1940 -1945. THESE ARE OLDIES - they are NOT hallmarked, so they are WW2 era, and these are from way before the alpha-numeric codes of the 1950's.

These are the collar devices that officers in the infantry wore on their dress (class "A") uniform jackets in the 1930's -1940's, on the ike jacket, army service coat, etc. in WW2. The US Army Officers would wear the pair of crossed rifles of infantry Branch of Service BOS discs on their uniforms, with the "US" devices above them. (I have a set of "US" pins in my other sale, also vintage WWll, so take a look if interested.) These would also look great with my vintage jump wings, and with the INFANTRY SCHOOL pinback DUI, and the pinback crest from the 103rd Infantry Regiment, or the many shooting badges I have for sale.

These are real and old and vintage and have honest wear, but are still in good shape. They are ready to use and wear, or to display, right now.

These 30s-WWII Army Ground Forces ("INFANTRY!") collar pins would be worn on the shirt coll
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