WW1 US Army Military Police Grouping With Helmet Shoes Bassard & Badge ID'ed MP
Item #: JT509
Fantastic WW1, US Army Military Police grouping identified to Pvt. 1st Class Stephen D. Raus of Co. D, 1st Army M.P. Battalion. PFC Raus participated in Meuse Argonne Offensive (Army Troops) Sept. 30th - Nov. 11th, 1918. Served in Co. A. M.P. Bn., 6th Division, 6th Provisional M.P. Co., Co. D, 1st Army M.P. Bn. from May 10th, 1918 too April 4th, 1919. Grouping consist of his rare size 7 1/2 EE combat shoes in excellent condition minus their laces. British made "Brodie" helmet that is named to PFC. Raus, complete with liner and chinstrap. Also accompanying the grouping is a very rare blue, brassard featuring, direct embroidered initials MP. Attached to the brassard is a small five pointed, police badge in the form of a star. Badge is identified to the 6th Division and is numbered 123. Also there is a beautiful photograph of PFC. Raus wearing a MP 1st Army shoulder patch. Finally his enlistment and discharge papers nicely folded into a oilcloth folio.
Shipping Weight: 5 lbs
Your Price $1,050.00 USD