United States WW1 41st Division Army Tunic. Sleeve has 41st Infantry Division shoulder sleeve insignia (patch) on one side of upper sleeve and on the other sleeve two other U.S. insignia (patches): coastal artillery and artillery private first-class round insignias. U.S. WW1 Victory medal with France bar pinned on front pocket along with a small patriotic pin. Collar with a “U.S.” and Artillery crossed cannons enlisted collar disk. Phila Depot Q.M. Corps U.S. Army inspection tag. Several inked naming and numbers on interior of tunic. Also, has button fly riding breaches as well, with same Phila Depot Q.M. Corps tag and same type naming and numbering. Pants do have a bit of staining to them. Overall, worn condition, however, not bad considering this uniform is over 100 years old.
Additional Notes: The U.S. 41st Infantry Division was a division of the United States Army National Guard composed primarily of units from the Pacific Northwest. The division saw active service in World War I and World War II, receiving the nickname “Jungleers” during the latter.
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|11 × 11 × 7 in