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Posted 4 years ago


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Here is the first lot of my WWI U.S. Army Collar disc collection. Some of these are quite common, such as the "US" discs, or the crossed cannon Artillery disc. Some of these, especially in this lot are quite rare, such as the "I.P" (Intelligence Police) the crossed quills, the American Legion disc, and some I don't even know what it is, such as the "CC" disc....
This is a result of 20 plus years of hunting and collecting. Enjoy, more are to follow!
Photo #1 shows:
USNA & Artillery, USNG & I MASS CC (unknown)
US & Pioneer infantry company "D", US & American Legion,
US & Artillery, US & ROTC

Photo #2 shows:
US & SCS (unknown)
US & crossed quills (clerical)
US & CC (unknown)

Photo #3 shows:
US & IP (Intelligence Police)
US & Electrician

Photo #4 shows:
USR (reserve troops) & Cavalry company "A", US & Quartermaster Corps
US & Medical Corps, US & Motor Transport Corps


  1. scottvez scottvez, 4 years ago
    GREAT post-- thanks for the education!

  2. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 4 years ago
    Truly a great collection. Wonder if CC is for chemical corp? Like poison gas.
  3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 4 years ago
    I've looked and can't find the "CC" listed. I'm sure you have searched deeper, so if you come up with an answer, please let me know. Strange one, that.
  4. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 4 years ago
    Mass CC. – Likely Clark College of Worchester Mass. “The Collar Disc Story” by Albert Scripio lists this same disc under “School Devices”

    American Legion - No, that’s the insignia of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

    SCS - Soil Conservation Service, Dept. of Agriculture. I’ve seen one of these before.

    CC – Clark College – According to one source, this one appears in Laframbois “History of the Administrative and Technical Service Branches,” but I no longer have access to that book to confirm.

    I WISH I had your IP collar in my collection! As a veteran of the Military Intelligence Corps, I've been looking for one at a decent price. (not hinting here)
  5. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 4 years ago
    I found an online source that thinks this is State Conservation Service, But I think I'm correct that it's soil, not state.
  6. tlmbaran tlmbaran, 4 years ago
    Thanks for the info Chrisnp!

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