Hey jim41...I am of no help in identifying most artifacts, etc, especially needing to view an image of the object, but such stuff does interest me. Just the other day I picked up a real "steal" at a neighborhood garage sale. It was a World War I Steel Helmet. It was in good shape, considering its age. The interior lining, head band, etc were, of course kinda brittle, but what really jarred my attention was this small, folded, paper note tucked under the padding under the inside felt crown of the Helmet. I carefully unfolded the paper, hoping it would give the identity, etc of the former wearer. Maybe even stating his Division, Regiment, etc. I could envision holding a Helmet that went thru the Argonne Campaign or some other famous engagement. To my disappointment I found the note gave the name of the former Soldier, and his Division number. I checked out the History of his outfit and was crushed to discover that his Division was a training outfit, never leaving the Continental US. This guy evidently never left the state of Texas nor did his Helmet. I still hung this relic on my Den wall. Cheers.