THERMOPLASTIC CAMP COLT SOUVENIR “TREAT EM ROUGH”

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Item Code: 635-449

Measuring 4 inches by 3 inches, this small souvenir in bas-relief, projects the “Treat Em Rough” motto of Camp Colt in 1918. Inscribed, albeit somewhat crudely, in the negative space you’ll find “1918 / Camp / Colt / Gettysburg” atop a British Mark IV tank. Riding the tank is the angry hissing black cat mascot of Camp Colt wearing a 1911 campaign hat. Scalloped edges adorn this souvenir.

The bottom corners of this piece are broken off. There is minor wear to the face of this souvenir. The “Treat ‘Em Rough” logo shows some minor loss but is still (just barely) legible. Despite the emaciated looking cat, overall, this piece is in good shape, and is a pretty cool little souvenir!  [cla] [ph:L]

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