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Five CDVs of Unidentified Staff Grade Officers
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Lot of 5: Two different CDVs of unknown Maj./Lt. Cols. without studio imprints. Another anonymous carte of Maj./Lt. Col. with 16 on kepi, wearing crystal clear rectangular belt plate. A Maj./Lt. Col. wearing US staff wreath, with M.L. Albright, Urbana, OH imprint. An unidentified Col. wearing huge, full bird shoulder straps, no imprint.

Provenance:  
The Robert Trownsell Collection


Condition:  
Two unknown Maj./Lt. Cols., corners rounded. CDV of Maj./Lt. Col. wearing "US" staff wreath, oval-shaped area of toning surrounding subject, few light spots. Unidentified Col. with bird shoulder straps, light spotting along top and bottom edges, top corners clipped. 
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