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Identified WWI US Navy Uniform Jacket, Ammo & Supply

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Identified WWI US Navy Uniform Jacket, Ammo & Supply
Item Details
Description
Great WWI United States Navy wool jacket belonging to Frank Kolar (1890-1965). Patch on left shoulder appears to be the Rolling W for the 89th Infantry, possibly a field patch, there are discharge stripes and a patch on the right shoulder for Motor Transport Corps, one bronze collar pin for the United States Naval Army and one bronze T collar pin for Division Ammo and Supply Train. All buttons are present and are marked Button Works, NY New York. Inside the heavy cotton lining is a label for Henry Sonneborn & Co in Baltimore, MD, contract date of July 3, 1918.
Condition
Overall very good, burlap sewn into one side of the jacket, unsure of repair or intentional.
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Identified WWI US Navy Uniform Jacket, Ammo & Supply

Estimate $150 - $250
Feb 21, 2021
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Starting Price $50
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0454: Identified WWI US Navy Uniform Jacket, Ammo & Supply
Sold for $2254 Bids
Est. $150 - $250Starting Price $50
1 Owner Woodblocks & Asian Antiques 600 Lots
Feb 21, 2021 3:00 PM EST
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Lot 0454 Details
Description
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Great WWI United States Navy wool jacket belonging to Frank Kolar (1890-1965). Patch on left shoulder appears to be the Rolling W for the 89th Infantry, possibly a field patch, there are discharge stripes and a patch on the right shoulder for Motor Transport Corps, one bronze collar pin for the United States Naval Army and one bronze T collar pin for Division Ammo and Supply Train. All buttons are present and are marked Button Works, NY New York. Inside the heavy cotton lining is a label for Henry Sonneborn & Co in Baltimore, MD, contract date of July 3, 1918.
Condition
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Overall very good, burlap sewn into one side of the jacket, unsure of repair or intentional.  
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