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Here you will find different kinds of insignia.  Many pertaining to the 102nd Artillery of the 26th Yankee Division since they had a Battery in Salem, Mass.


Hat Devices, Enlisted

 

This is a World War I enlisted mans' cap device.

 

 

This is a Second Corps of Cadets Mass Volunteer Militia Cap Badge. It dates to the 19th century.

Collar Insignia, Enlisted

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This is a pair of model 1905 dress artillery insignia. They feature the crossed cannon and the word MASS under them and are gilt brass

 

This is a screw back example of a model 1905 dress cap insignia.  It is from the 102nd Company of the Coast Artillery.

 

This is a model 1901 Collar Insignia. It is from the 102nd Company of the Coast Artillery.

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This is a model 1905 dress collar insignia.  It is from the 102nd Company of the Coast Artillery.

 

These are a pair of World War I pin back US NG artillery disks.

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These are a pair of Type 2 Collar Disks from the 102nd Field Artillery.

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This is a set of uniform collar insignia. The disks are a type III (three part) screw back  collar disks. They have US Mass 102 and the artillery crossed cannon and B. The Unit insignia are also screw back. The disks are marked Amcraft the DUI's are not marked.

Collar Insignia, Officer

 

This is a WWI Officers Collar Insignia from the 101st Field Artillery of the 26th Yankee Division.

 

 

 

This is a WWI Officers Collar Insignia from the 102nd Field Artillery of the 26th Yankee Division.

 

This is an early World War II or late 1930's example of a Massachusetts National Guard or State Guard collar device.

 

 

 

This is a WWII Officers Collar Insignia from the 102nd Field Artillery of the 26th Yankee Division.

Distinctive Unit Insignia

 

This DUI is from the 101st Field Artillery of the Yankee Division. This is a mint example on card made by Balfour. It dates to early World War II.

 

This is a clutch back example of the 101st Field Artillery DUI.

 

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This is a screw back 102nd Field Artillery DUI made by Robbins & Co. North Attleboro, Mass.

 

 

This is a pin back example of the 102nd Field Artillery DUI.

 

This is a clutch back example of the 102nd Field Artillery DUI. It has P 23 as a hallmark.

 

 

This DUI is from the 103rd Field Artillery of the Yankee Division. This is a screw back example..  

 

This DUI is from the Special Troops Battalion, 26th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.

 

This DUI is from the 181st Engineer Battalion.