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  • in reply to: USMC research #17393

    Thanks for the offer!

    I will put them up as I find time to get them.

    Francis A. Riley, 1st enlistment, 1927-1931 No. 89737 on his GCM.

    Robert R. Phenicie, 1917 No. 30930 on his GCM. I believe he was stationed at Cavite, P.I. at this date or slightly later.

    Thanks again!

    in reply to: Damage control #17388

    I don’t recall the particular brand. A good jeweler’s supply company will have cold enamels, get a starter kit and follow the directions to the letter. Rio Grande in Albuquerque, NM should be a great place to start.

    "Cold enamels" search should reveal particulars.

    in reply to: USMC research #17384

    Yes, that was his name.

    This was in the dark ages, pre internet.

    in reply to: Damage control #17381

    There is a cold enamel that, if carefully mixed and applied will match perfectly. It is removable with acetone or lacquer thinner.

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