Item # 061
Title:  SILVER USMC DIVISION PISTOL BADGE STERLING
Description:  A leg medal in silver for Marine Divisional Pistol Competition.  Edge is marked "L.I. STER." for Lordship Industries and Sterling.
Size: 1-1/2" wide

Year: 1960's-1970's
Price: $75

Item # 057
Title:  USMC SAN DIEGO TROPHY SHOOTING BADGE G-23 IRA GREEN VIETNAM ERA
Description: The San Diego Trophy is awarded to the team with the highest score in the Western Division match. In 1921, the civic organizations of San Diego presented the Marine Corps with the San Diego Trophy. Due to its design, it is sometimes referred to as the Bear Trophy. Today, only major west coast bases compete for it.  This clutch back example is marked G-23 for the maker Ira Green.
Size: 2" long by 1-1/4" wide

Year: 1960's-1970's
Price: $65

Item # 063
Title:  GOLD USMC DIVISION PISTOL BADGE
Description:  A leg medal in Gold for Marine Divisional Pistol Competition.  Unmarked pin backed version.
Size: 1-1/2" wide

Year: 1960's-1970's
Price: $75

Item # 080
Title:  NAMED USMC OFFICER'S CAP KOREAN WAR MIA/KIA IN VIETNAM REMAINS REPATRIATED IN 1998
Description:  A standard 1950's era US Marine officer's cap.  Has identification tag of "C. J. RAMSAY 076430" to the sweatshield.  Has 1937 pattern sterling Hilborn Hamburger EGA.  Charles J. Ramsay was an enlisted to officer "Mustang", having previously served in the Korean War.  During an Air Naval Gunfire mission over North Vietnam, in support of the 3rd Marine Division on an active anti-aircraft site on 21 January 1968 while flying a Cessna O-1D Bird Dog, he was shot down with another Army Aerial Observer and both men were listed as Missing in Action (MIA).  He was eventually listed Killed in Action (KIA), with his remains were repatriated and identified 30 years after his death.  He is now buried in Arlington National Cemetery. He holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, 9 Air Medals and 2 Purple Hearts for wounds sustained in action and for wounds that resulted in his death. 
Size: 6-7/8

Year: 1950's-1960's
Price: $275

Item # 056
Title:  USMC LLOYD TROPHY FAR EASTERN DIVISION RIFLE SHOOTING TEAM BADGE PIN BACKED 10K MARKSMAN
Description:  This trophy badge is named after Chief Marine Gunner Calvin A. Lloyd and is awarded to the highest scoring rifle team in the Far Eastern match. Lloyd was one of the Corps' early international shooters to first win the National Match. The award he won at the 1912 Pan American Games became the Lloyd Trophy. At Sea Girt in 1921, Lloyd set a world record for his score at the 600-yard line (mid-range). He continued to earn fame and respect as a coach.  It is marked "LI - 1/10 - 10K".

Size: 2" long by 1-1/4" wide
Year: 1960's
Price: $225

Item # 062
Title:  GOLD USMC DIVISION RIFLE BADGE 10K
Description:  A leg medal in Gold for Marine Divisional Rifle Competition.  Top of rear bar is marked "L.I.G.I. 1/10 10K".  This is a Lordship Industries Government Issue badge.  It is not a cheap knockoff.
Size: 1-1/2" wide

Year: 1960's-1970's
Price: $95

Item # 058
Title:  USMC WIRGMAN TROPHY SHOOTING BADGE L.I.G.I. 10K VIETNAM ERA
Description: The Wirgman Trophy is awarded to the highest scoring rifle team representing small commands at the Eastern Division Match. Because of the poor standing of small posts competing for the Elliott Trophy, Lieutenant Colonel Harold F. Wirgman presented the Marine Corps with the trophy which bears his name. The trophy was first awarded in 1926. Originally, east coast units with complements under 300 were eligible. Today east coast units with a complement under 600 are eligible to compete for the trophy.  Badge is made by Lordship Industries and is an issue type badge.  Clutch backed version.  Marked "L.I.G.I. 1/10-10K".  Not one of the many cast fakes that you see, this is a solid piece with Gold content.
Size: 2" long by 1-1/4" wide

Year: 1960's-1970's
Price: $175