1941 Service Dress Uniform-77th Infantry Division SOLD

Worn by a PFC in the 307th Infantry Regiment.


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An un-identified ’41 Service Dress uniform coat and headgear for a Private First Class in the 77th Infantry Division, 307th Infantry Regiment, with ribbon bars showing significant combat experience in the Pacific Theater in WWII.

The 38 Long coat is in fine condition having a machine embroidered 77th ID patch, PFC and 3 Overseas bars sewn on.  Collar insignia are “US” and Engineer clutch back disks, and pin back DUIs for the 307th Inf. Regt.

His ribbon bars include the Purple Heart, Bronze Star Medal, American Campaign, Good Conduct, Asiatic-Pacific campaign medal with Invasion arrowhead and 3 campaign stars, WWII Victory Medal with 1 bronze star, and Philippine Liberation medal with bronze star.  This soldier wore his CIB (Combat Infantryman Badge) below the ribbon bars.  These are all original to the coat.

Both pieces of headgear, piped engineer overseas cap and visor cap are 6 7/8 size.  Placed on the inside of the visor cap lining is a partial color print of a young Japanese girl, and misc paper residue adhered to the interior.

All very fine condition.

USPS  Priority  $20.00

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Weight 20 lbs