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    Lot of Three Assorted Military Items. Comprising: 1) Framed Group Commemorating Centennial of 7th Regiment of New York National Guard. 13 1/2-inch x 20-inch oak frame with matted presentation of two polychrome lithographs by D.W.C. Falls of American soldiers showing two examples from 1806 and 1906. Each lithograph approximately 6-inches x 9-inches. Center of group with label reading, "CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION/MAY FIFTH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIX.." Also within matte a red ribboned, 2-inch diameter bronze medallion reading, "COMMEMORATIVE/OF THE/CENTENNIAL/ANNIVERSARY/7TH REGIMENT N.G./STATE OF NEW YORK" above eagle on olive branch. Maker's mark at edge reads, "B.B. & B. Co. PHILA." Reverse of medallion a classically draped female form with right hand on emblem of 7th Regiment, left hand pointing to large building set between two scrolls dated 1806 and 1906. 2) Late 19th Century British Commemorative Regimental Banner. The bullion wire-embroidered velvet pillow fram with motto, " VETTERI FRONDESCIT HONORE" ["It flourishes in ancient honour."] A souvenir of the "The Buffs" (Royal East Kent Regiment), formerly the 3rd Regiment of Foot was an infantry regiment of the British army with a history dating back to 1572. Embroidery includes a dragon in the center, the regimental mascot. 18-inches x 18-inches. 3) Commemorative Felt Pillow Cover of U.S. 102nd Field Artillery. Of felt and appliqued construction. American eagle over crossed cannons. Marked "CAMP DEVENS/1925." Condition: 1) Very good with minor age wear and patina. 2 & 3) Fair to good with heavy fading and wear.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
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