167th Field Artillery Brigade 92nd Division Uniform, extremely Rare. This rare most likely French made applique patch features the buffalo of the 92nd Division with Artillery red background for 167th FA Brigade. What an extremely rare uniform that deserves to be in a museum, and rare opportunity for private collection. A few doubters said they wouldn't sew on incorrectly, so I included a photo of a soldier of the 92nd from another war with patch turned 90 degrees. There may be some symbolism with it turned that way, "head down", or "kiss my butt up".
We may never know why the soldier/tailor/girlfriend/wife sewed it this way, but you can't mistaken what it represents "Buffalo". How rare or difficult is it to find a African American WW1 uniform? This is the rare opportunity.Coat made July 24, 1918 at New York Depot. A very well preserved WWI tunic for a Doughboy in France. It has two Overseas Stripes and the Honorable Discharge Stripe. It is a large Size - 40---hard to find in this size and in this condition. All buttons and patches firmly attached. 1-2 small moth holes, 1 right chest pictured.
The item "92nd Division African-American 167th Field Artillery Brigade Uniform Rare" is in sale since Thursday, June 4, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Uniforms".marines" and is located in Ayden, North Carolina.
This item can be shipped to United States.