WWII India Burma China 5 Theater patches medals coat

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 30,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Nice lot here of a sergeant from The Minneapolis St. Paul Minnesota area, either Lawrence or Fred Barnes(they were brothers) stationed in WWII in the India Burma China campaign.

These items were all owned by a United States soldier from St. Paul Minnesota area.

A very comprehensive lot of medals and patches from this soldiers experience.

Metal coiled Theater patch sewn on jacket as well as two small coiled stripes on lower arm.

4 others that I think were all Theater made India Burma China patches, one has a cotton top, the lower part is stiffer ridged material like the material used on upper portion of medals.

One is cotton, others are thread stitched(one a little smaller than the other), there are also other army air corps patches, one I have not seen before, , three theater bars, possibly also Theater made, a good conduct medal and other stuff.

Shipping in the US is $18.00 which includes insurance. Lot will be sent in a large flat rate Priority box, in order to get the coat in it, it will be folded up and scrunched, will not lie in there folded flat, so it may get a little rumpled.
International quoted by country, if package sells for more than $200.00, shipping will be $55 , it will be cheaper only if your country has exceptional mail service and you as a buyer have excellent feedback buying similar or like items. Cheaper rate if you qualify for it will be $45. Coat and medals will be sent folded up and scrunched, box would get to o big to lay it nice and folded, so it may get a little rumpled, but should iron out OK if that is the case.
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