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WW2 us army grouping.dog tags a ID bracelet .

Article about: Had these items long time.ID bracelet and tags ID card wanted to know more about them .thanks .braclet maker marked and marked sterling .

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    Had these items long time.ID bracelet and tags ID card wanted to know more about them .thanks .braclet maker marked and marked sterling .
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    Robert Donald Drum
    BIRTH:15 November 1915
    DEATH: 18 March 1978 (aged 62)
    BURIAL: Mount Zion Cemetery,
    Catawissa,
    Columbia County,
    Pennsylvania, USA

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    Amazing i see he did overseas service .thank you

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    This is the Durham draft card you wanted.

    WW2 us army grouping.dog tags a ID bracelet .

    Happy collecting!

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    Thats him to cool .history

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    Glad to help.

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    Unless you're a family member; have you considered returning the Artifacts to the family ?

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    Quote by iac View Post
    Unless you're a family member; have you considered returning the Artifacts to the family ?
    This question comes up quite often. A lot of the time family members do not want or are not interested in these kinds of things and sell them and this is where we as collectors come in and save this history from being lost or destroyed. In the case of German documents, I have heard many stories where families will actually destroy any paper work and sell medals because they do not want to be connected to the past. It could also be the case that there are no living relatives and this is why items end up in private collections.

    Kind regards,

    Will.

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