WWI
 
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World War One Collectors Handbook
Vol 1 and 2 combined. 
102 pages of glossy photos identifying hundreds of WW1 items and covers aviation,
tank corps, US Cavalry, North Russia, Siberia, etc, etc. Chart on Collar Disc Number break down for divisions, and chart on Victory Medal clasps/bars as issued by Division. Thousands of copies previously sold. Referred to as the Bible on WW1.

$20.00 plus $5.00
postage.
All major credit cards accepted plus checks or money orders. 
Autographed by the author Hayes Otoupalik to you. 
Write: Hayes Otoupalik, Box 8423, Missoula, Montana 59808 Phone 406-549-4817


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 WWI Artifacts Donations -



If you have ANY old WWI Items stored in boxes and in trunks...in the attic or basement, these items could be at risk for mold and premature deterioration due to heat and humidity. The goal of the WWI Preservation Collection is to gather up long forgotten military items from the WWI time period  and protect them from being lost forever.

There are many Items in danger of being lost to improper storage. Many family members do not want to care for or store the old medals, uniforms, phonograph records, rifles, trunks, documents and photographs.......

THE WWI PRESERVATION COLLECTION WILL TAKE THESE ITEMS !!!!!!!!

Believe it or not ....these items often end up in garbage bins to be hauled off to the dump and lost forever.

Upon receiving any items I will carefully evaluate the condition and photograph the items. (Some may even appear on the photos page for everyone to see) The items will then be tagged and properly preserved in storage or on display at a museum on loan.


WWI Preservation Collection -

"Is dedicated to the memory of those who fought in the muddy trenches of France during WWI.

To  preserve their Weapons; Uniforms; Documents and Equipment so that their story

may be told to future generations."

                                                                                             

                                                                                                        D. L. O'Neal



If you have any questions please contact me.....I'll be happy to answer them.


David L. O'Neal  - Founder of the WWI Preservation Collection

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