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United States Uniforms
1957 dated, US Army, 1951 Pattern, Coat, Tropical Worsted, Khaki Officer's, belonging to a Engineer and Quartermaster, Major General Louis E. Cotullia US Army Khaki Officer's Uniform
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May 17th, 1957 dated (as worn), December 22nd, 1950 dated (as issued), US Army, "Coat, Tropical, Worsted, Khaki, Officer's, Pattern Date 3 March 1951, Spec. Number MIL-C-1854, Dated 27 December 1949, N.Y.Q.M.P.A", belonging to Major General (i.e.: a 2 Star General), named: "Louis E. Cotullia".
Named to Cotullia
Tags are out of chronological order (the 1st we ever saw in over 40 years of collecting!)
Includes his original 1945 dated trousers which are re-issued type and previously named to "R.C. Baker" (quite correct)
Museum added correct khaki color tie
Museum added correct 1948 dated, brown color shoes
Museum added correct 1948 dated, khaki color, Officer's style shirt
Museum added correct, post 1955 period, Field Grade Officer's Peaked Service Cap in Army Green color (correct)
Has his two "US" pins on collar
Has his two silver metal General's stars on each epaulette
Includes 3 pages of biographical career information on General Cotullia
Condition is Excellent
Comments from the Curator:
All US Army General's uniforms are very valuable today, and sell at substantial prices. They command even higher prices if they are attributed (i.e.: named/identified). Prices increase if the General has World War II service, and increase again if it is World War II combat service. Another cost excallator is if the General served in a desirable branch of the service such as in the Tank Corps., Cavalry, Airborne, Ranger, etc. This uniform is named inside to Major General "Louis E. Cotulla". It is known that Cotulla served in WWII as an Engineer who held several commands at the New York Port of Embarkation.
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