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by South Jersey Auction by Babington Auction Inc.
February 24, 2013, 12:00 PM EST | Logan Township, NJ, US    Live Auction

Lot 43: 44289 - WWI Soldier Ephemera of Al Rosen (394 views)

44289 - WWI Soldier Ephemera of Al Rosen
Description: March 7, 1944 US Treasury Department War Finance Program Award in Appreciation of Services Rendered, February 5, 1919 Letters Home, April 4, 1919 110th Infantry Headquarters Private 1st Class Permission to Visit Le Mans France to Observe Passover, March 1, 1946 Mount Sharon Cemetery Plot #383 Section H Deed, January 18, 1926 Samuel Javelberg Insurance Plate Glass Policy 1852 North 8th Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 20, 1888 John and Mary E. Blue to Thomas and Mary Alvey Deed for #21 A1 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 27, 1911 Russian Letter to Father Notarized in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 14, 1919 110th Infantry Head Quarters Camp Dix, NJ Tribute to Valorous Conduct and Efficient Service of Signal Platoon (Setting Up Communication Systems While Under Fire), August 1917 Allotment of $10 per Month for Wife of Soldier, June 12, 1919 Honorable Discharge from US Army, July 7, 1948 Certificate of Naturalization, July 26, 1956 Marriage License, December 6, 1937 and September 1934 Secretary of Commonwealth New Deal Home Furnishers, February 3, 1944 American Coast Patrol Rank of Ensign of Naval Department Pennsylvania, Legion of Honor Membership Chapel of 4 Chaplains, 1926 Marriage Certificate, French and German Translation Old Book, Old Prayer Book for Jewish Soldiers, 1911-1913 Infantry Drill Regulations US Army, 3 1918 Soldier Diaries, Wallet with Pictures, Army ID Cards, Gas Mask Defogger, Metal Box, Philadelphia Council President 1953 Hat, Dog Tags, Baby Boots.
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Lot 43: 44289 - WWI Soldier Ephemera of Al Rosen
South Jersey Auction by Babington Auction Inc.
Coins, Military, Porcelain, Jewelry, Antiques & Collectibles
February 24, 2013, 12:00 PM EST