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Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless .32 ACP & Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless .380 ACP - Military U.S. General Officer's Rigs

Colt General Officer Model M pistols in .32 and .380 caliber.  The blued .380 (top of photo) is pictured with a WWII  U.S. general officer's brown belt, holster and gold buckle. The parkerized .32 (bottom of photo) is pictured with black belt, holster and gold buckle of Viet Nam vintage.  The inscribed Lucite baton and black rig (minus the pistol) belonged to General Archibald Lyons.

Top brown belt and buckle is WWII vintage, bottom black belt and buckle is Vietnam vintage.

Markings inside WWII brown General Officer's belt.  Marked "HICKOK 34" in gold inside the belt and also has Quartermaster's inspector's mark in black circle.

Left photo is wreath on WWII era General Officer's buckle; Right photo is wreath on Vietnam era  General Officer's buckle.

Three original U.S. General Officer's Belt buckles - Top and lower left buckles are WWII era.  Lower right buckle is Viet Nam era.

Three original U.S. General Officer's Belt buckles - Rear view.

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