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Six CDVs of Soldiers Wearing Specialist Insignia & Badges
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Lot of 6: An unknown Lieut. wearing MS straps, with Moulthrop, New Haven, CT bm. An unknown Pvt. with the Ordnance Dept., wearing flaming bomb insignia on kepi, carte by Bowdoin, Salem, MA. Anonymous carte of two unidentified ordnance officers, one wearing flaming bomb insignia on kepi. A first Lieut. wearing unusual shoulder straps, possibly with an engineer shield in center, no backmark. Anonymous 7th Regiment officer wearing M1858 Hardee hat with numeral 7,  no bm. An unknown Pioneer Corps Pvt. with crossed ax insignia on shoulder, Moulton, Fitchburg, MA imprint.

Provenance:  
The Robert Trownsell Collection


Condition:  
Unknown Lieut. CDV with "MS" straps, bottom corners clipped. Ordnance Dept. Private CDV, edges trimmed, horizontal crease near center of carte. Two Ordnance Dept. Officers CDV, corners clipped. First Lieut. CDV, unusual shoulder straps, edges trimmed, light spotting. Unknown 7th Regt. Officer, edges trimmed, corners rounded. Pioneer Corps private, right and left edges slightly trimmed. 
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