Lot of Six U.S. Military Leather Holsters, Circa 1915-1950. Includes: 1) 1915-dated brown leather holster with swivel mount for the Model 1911 semi-automatic pistol. Displays honest wear but is in overall good condition. 2) 1918-dated brown leather holster for the Colt or Remington double action revolver. The leather is scuffed with some surface cracking and lacking the muzzle end, otherwise in good condition. 3) Handsome Sears made brown leather revolver holster in excellent condition. 4) Pair of shoulder holsters for the Model 1911A1 semi-automatic pistol. One example undated and made by Enger-Kress, the other stamped "U.S.M.C.", manufactured by Boyt and dated 1943. Both examples in very good condition. 5) Later black leather military holster for the Model 1911A1 semi-automatic pistol in good condition.

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    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
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