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UXG-0052 WWI US M1911 .45 holster with possible ID

This item is listed for historical interest only. It is not for sale.
Item #20124

This is an excellent WWI US holster made by�S.& R. (Sheffer & Rossum, St. Paul, Minnesota). �The holster does not have any date but this manufacturer only made these during WWI. �The holster is in good condition with soft supple leather and little to no crazing. �The only area is at the top of the flap where there is some minor age cracking. �There is an inscription inside in what looks like pen but we have not been able to make any�positive�ID's. �What is written looks (to me) like "C A Hoer PFC USMC." �We are trying to always research names when we get ID'd items and I was not able to find any C A Hoer listed in the USMC in WWI but did find a PFC Christopher Anthony Hoer but he served in the 38th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division in WWI. �He was obviously not a Marine. �So its up in the air. �I have included the two documents about�PFC Christopher Anthony Hoer just for reference, they are not meant to be a positive ID for this holster. �Nice piece with potential for research.

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