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    Default WTS Quality officer items and pocket stuffers

    I have the following for sale with more to come soon. Can not post pictures at this time but would be happy to email them to anyone interested. Prices do not include shipping handling but let me know where you are and we can work something out. Shouldn't be much for anything listed here as these are all small items. USPS MO's for payment only, please.

    1. Major of Infantry Triple Rich shoulder boards made by NJ Sekela. These are brand new and never used. If you have never seen Nicks ultra-impressive, fancy shoulder boards, they are definitely pretty to look at. $25

    2. Lt. Col. of infantry Triple Rich shoulder boards made by NJ Sekela. These are in like new condition, only worn a couple times and never in the rain. $25

    3. Wine colored silk officers sash. Not sure who made this but it is definitely nicer than sutler row quality. Real silk, not the poly-blend. $30

    4. Tarred private purchase haversack made by the Haversack Depot. Used, but not abused. Everything is right where it should be, no rips or tears. $55

    5. Paperback copy of Hardee's infantry manual. (the blue sutler row one) $5

    6. Hardback copy of Kautz's COS for NCO's. Missing dust jacket $5

    7. Small tobacco pouch plaid cloth, lined in a soft leather. $10

    8. Set of 5 pokes with draw strings, various sizes and colors. $10

    9. Another set of 5 pokes with draw strings, various sizes and colors. $10

    Will entertain reasonable offers on any items. Please email with questions or if interested.
    thanks,
    Patrick Skeese
    pat30ovi@gmail.com
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    Patrick R. Skeese
    30th OVI Co.B
    www.30thovi.com
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    Email sent on tobacco pouch. Thanks,

    Doug Davis
    26th NC

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    PM/email sent on Private Purchase haversack

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    #3 sold, pending funds.

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    #4 sold pending funds.

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