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M. made by a tailor with limited skills, a short-shirt(jacket), no stamps/markings, chest = 40”, sleeves = 31.5”, back = 22.5”, all buttons are “snag-proof”(see picture) (= my guess this was made for the field), styled like an IKE jacket or a waist-coat, never seen anything similar, I don’t think it was ever worn, New
(Made from Ranger shirts/trousers as there is a double-stitch line on the waist band showing where stitching was removed)
See on clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#how_i_measure_shirts_and_jackets


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inquire

N. size A 3 (chest = 37”, sleeve = 28.5”, shoulder seam to seam = 19”, shoulder seam to end of cuff = 20”, back = 26.5”), dated 1/68, washed once(?), name tape neatly removed, doesn’t look like it had any other badges, Minor wear, EC+

See on clothing page




sold


P. 30” x 25.5”, dated 11/68, minor wear, EC+

inquire













3412 Heavyweight Cotton Camo ARVN Ranger Items




Pattern has a Lime Green Shade

Some shirts will have the vent-slits, in the side-seams, below the armpits


(see Stanton's Vietnam War Book, Dust Jacket, Bottom-Left Picture)





P. Shirt, Small (No Markings), 2-Lower Pockets with Flaps, GC+

125.00



Q. Shirt, Medium (No Markings), small hole behind Collar (doesn't show),

2-Lower Pockets with Flaps, GC+



150.00



T. Trousers, 31 x 27.5, made by Sang Swang, Lopburi, Thailand (Label reads: "Special Warfare Center"), 4 Pockets with 2 Cargo Pockets, heavy fraying, 1 hole, missing 2 Buttons, FC

135.00



AA. Extra-Large(XL) shirt, this is for the “BIG-Ranger”, Neck-stamp reads: size 7 and dated 03/65 (stamp fading, been washed 4 times(?)), has the vent-slits, in the side-seams, below the armpits, EC

approximate measurements: chest = 46”, sleeves = 34+”

see picture on Vietnam page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/vietnam___items_for_sale.htm#3412aa___arvn_ranger_shirt_size_xl

sold














3413 Lightweight Cotton Camo ARVN Ranger ITEM




similar to item #3412, but Lightweight (LTWT)





A. Trousers, 39 x 28, 4-Pocket (no flaps on rear pockets), no markings,

tiny snag on inside of leg, "TEE" zipper, EC



cannot find

150.00








3416 Vietnamese Air Force (VNAF) Dress Items




A. Tan, Left SSI "TO-QUOC KHONG GIAN" with "VIET-NAM" Tab.

Jacket has a lot of Moth Holes, Patch and Tab are EC


125.00

see this Web Page for Tour Jackets: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/souvenirs__medals__ribbons__dog_tags____flags.htm
some Tour/Cruise Jackets may be on the respective Service’s Page





3420 Vietnamese Army Dress Items




D. Officer’s Khaki Shirt, dated 12/61, size A6 (40” chest), 1st Lieutenant of 7th Infantry Division, III Corps, wore once, still has the factory folds, never washed, very minor stains, EC+

sold














3440 Vietnamese Dress Coat(Jacket) Buttons (Male and Female)




B. Women’s Silver-tone metal with the Phoenix Bird, loop on back

(sewn-on or use a split-ring to install), GC+ (quantity) (each)


35.00


D. Men’s Gold-tone metal with a Dragon, loop on back, EC+

5 x Large in stock..............$28.00 each

7 x Small (pocket?)...........$23.00 each




( see pictures on Vietnamese page:



http://www.ljmilitaria.com/vietnam___items_for_sale.htm )

















3444 RVN Era Rain JACKET (Local Made)




A. Large - Extra Large, Made from an OG Poncho and Lined with Camo Poncho Liner Material, Reversible from OG to Camo, 1960s style YKK "Reversible" Zipper, EC

see picture on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm



sold


E. Medium, with Hood, 3/4 Length OG Jacket made from a Heavyweight

OG-207 Poncho and Lined with an OD GI Wool Blanket, 2-Front Pockets are also Lined with Wool, Prym Zipper, GC+

see picture on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm


sold


G. Small, with Hood, Made of OG Heavyweight Water Resistant Material (probably GI Waterproof Bags(?)) and Lined with OG Blanket Material, minor fraying on cuffs, GI Talon Zipper, EC


100.00














3446 RVN Era Mitchell Pattern Camo items




Mitchell Pattern clothing is made from GI shelter-halfs or from civilian cloth.
see pictures on clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/clothing.htm





C. Shirt made of heavyweight cotton brown-to-green Mitchell pattern in Thailand, measurements: chest 39”, sleeve 32”, back 24.5”, 2 x chest pockets with vee flaps with exposed button closures, tube sleeves, pocket buttons look like old brown GI fatigue shirt buttons, 4 x brown front buttons look like they are replacements, starting to fray on cuffs, Good Color, GC+

( although it is made of reversible camo material the shirt was designed to be worn with green-side out which is logical as the shirt came from Chiang mai, Thailand circa 1971, Army Veteran’s bringback)

( my guess is, the material was made in Japan? )



sold

D. USMC style Utility CAP, Reversible Mitchell pattern(high-grade of material), size 7 3/8 – 7 ½ (unusual bigger size), a few stains, excellent color, EC
See on headgear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/headgear.htm


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F. USMC style Utility CAP, Reversible Mitchell pattern, approximate size 7 1/8, had a hang label in it but has frayed from wear, 1 fray spot on the edge of the bill, good color, GC+

sold














3450 RVN Era Tour JACKETS



Made from Camouflage Poncho Liners







G. Small, 2-Pockets, Well-Made, EC


125.00

H. Small, 2-Pockets, Yellow liner, EC


175.00

R. Medium Long (M/L), 1-Chest Pocket and 2-lower pockets, button front, LARGE Felt 173rd Airborne Brigade Backpatch named to the Airborne Trooper with his "nickname embroidered on the front", best quality tailoring I have ever seen on a Vietnam Jacket, Near-New
see on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/gearservices/army_gear.htm

350.00


AA. Large (possibly XL), with Reversible "YKK" Brass Zipper,

Reverses to a Black shiny material (silk/NYLON/etc. type),

2 x slash-pockets on Camo side,

sage green wrist knits, minor soiling on wrist knits,

I have noticed 2 small snags (pics available), not much wear, EC+

approximate measurements: 44-46" chest & sleeves are 34" to bottom of knit




sold

AD. size Large, No embroidery, YKK “Venus” Zipper, abrasion on inside by the zipper, very-minor wear (if any), Near-New, EC+
( measurements: Chest = 46", Sleeve = 33.5", Back = 28" )
see pics on Souvenirs page

235.00


























3484 Tour/etc. JACKETS/SHIRTs ( pre-Vietnam )



Catch-ALL” section for pre-Vietnam Jackets/Shirts/etc.


Most 3484, 3488, 3490, and 3492 Jackets will be listed on the Souvenir page
Some Items will be listed in their Unit’s section of their Service Patch pages





D. USMC Camo Parachute cloth waist-Jacket, chest = 39”+, old “SPOT” Canopy material used, liner is a medium-weight OG cloth that is similar to shelter-half material, the liner is stamped “U. S. M.”(the “C” was cut-off to form the sleeve liner – see picfile), lining material has had several patches that were hand-stitched neatly removed (some thread still present), TALON Zipper slide, old brown buttons on cuffs, old style “hook-loop” closure at the throat, 1 ¼” slit in Camo material on lower right sleeve (see picfile), reddish stains (mainly on the sleeves – some of it looks like Asian red lateritic soil(?)), Used

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E. 6925th Radio Squadron (Mobile) Tour Jacket, dated 1960, made by NAL Sporting Goods of Manila, Philippines, 2-layer “COBRAS” patch, “Clark Air Base 1960”, chest = 48”+, Ultra-High-Quality materials and craftsmanship, “NYLON” brass zipper(never heard of this brand), initials “LL” inside (see picfile), outershell has a “silky” look and feel(?), Looks New, Used


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F. Japan Reversible Tour Jacket with Dragons & Eagles, direct embroidery on both sides ‘JAPAN’ dragons, Eagles, and Tiger, YKK Reversible zipper, chest = 39”+, probably never worn, Used

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3488 Tour/etc. JACKETS/SHIRTs ( RVN to 1979 )





Most 3484, 3488, 3490, and 3492 Jackets will be listed on the Souvenir page
Some Items will be listed in their Unit’s section of their Service Patch pages






A. "Child's Size" (chest = 34”), Heavy Cotton Lime Camo with Direct Embroidery on Back: "MY BROTHER IS A MARINE WHAT'S YOURS?"(inside this Embroidery a USMC EGA has been neatly removed),

the Front has the Little Brother's Name, Probably made on Okinawa, Washed Twice(?), missing sleeve button and cuff needs repaired, Used



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G. Small, Black Nylon JACKET, 2 Slash Pockets, "YKK" zipper,

Directly Embroidered on the Back in Large Letters is:

"U S MARINES" & "THIS MARINE IS GOING TO HEAVEN BECAUSE HE SPENT HIS TIME IN HELL", also on the back is a Large 9" x 9" Patch showing a Vulture Standing on a Skull touching a Knife with it’s Beak and a Banner with "DEATH BEFORE RE ENLISTMENT". Veteran’s First-Name is directly embroidered on the Left Sleeve "VERN", Near-New, Used
(Probably ‘70s Jacket, made on Okinawa, Japanese Character on Neck Label)


Missing


P. approximate size is Medium, “Rice Paddy Daddy”, dated 1967-68, 7th Infantry Division Reversible Black to Purple Jacket, EC+
(puts most Japan made jackets to shame!!)

sold


R. USMC Okinawa 3rd Marine Division Camo Jacket, “TOGUCHI” Tailor Shop label in neck, large patch neatly removed from back, never washed so there is only a very-minor4 shadow on the back, echest = 44”



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S. USS Independence (CV-62), chest 39”,


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T. USS AMERICA (CVA-66), “1972-1973 WEST PAC CRUISE”, 40 Long (chest =39”), label reads: LEE 101-J jean JACKET, patent # 153438, 100% Cotton, Union made in U.S.A., large “Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club” patch, “DON’T TREAD ON ME” patch and 2 x SCUBA patches, Used

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U. medium-Blue Windbreaker, chest = 40”+, direct embroidery: “Manila Philippines Baguio City”, “Quezon City, Luzon, Visayas, Palauian, and Mindanao” on back, reversible “YKK” zipper, probably never worn(?), Used


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V. dark-Blue Windbreaker, chest = 38”+, direct embroidery: “Manila Philippines Baguio City”, “Quezon City, Luzon, Visayas, Palauian, and Mindanao” on back, reversible “YKK” zipper, 1 x cuff button broke in-half(still functional), minor wear, Used

(recovered from a 1,000 lb bale where the button was cracked)



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W. USAF CCK Air Base Taichung, Taiwan windbreaker Tour jacket, USA & CHINAT Sun-Yat-Sin Flags, direct embroidery on back: Taipei, Keelung, Hualien, Kaohsiang, Taitung, Island of Taiwan, chest = 39”, TALON Zipper, made by NORTEX Sportswear, minor wear, Used

sold


X. Yellow Bowling SHIRT with direct embroidery on back JOHN HANCOCK 1970 – 1974 BERLIN with map of Berlin showing “ALLIES’s” Zones and their respective Flags, bi-swing back, not much wear, Used


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Y. Tan Bush (Safari) Jacket made by Perry's Custom Tailor Soi-2 Silom Road, Bangkok TEL. 2339236, chest = 45”+, One of the finest items I have ever seen come out of Asia in the late-1960s to early-1970s, has a removable matching belt, pocket flaps close with VELCRO, roll-up sleeves with the button tabs to hold them up (see picfiles), AS-NEW, Used


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3490 Tour/etc. JACKETS/SHIRTs ( 1980 – 1989 )





Most 3484, 3488, 3490, and 3492 Jackets will be listed on the Souvenir page
Some Items will be listed in their Unit’s section of their Service Patch pages





Veteran was a member of Task Force 160 (now the 160th SOAR)

B. Size 40R, Army Air Cavalry SHIRT, Very Well made dark blue with Yellow accent, styled like John Wayne wore in some of the Cavalry movies.

Minor wear, Near-New, EC+

Direct Embroidery:

On the Collar: Crossed Sabres and U.S.

On the Front: Army Aircrewman Wings, "U.S. CAVALRY", "TIT TED", "REFORGER 84 & 85", "PERSIAN EXCURSION 87 & 88", "TEAM SPIRIT 89", "C130 & C141 HOT" & "SMOKEY QUAL".

13 Flags sewn-on the Front

3 x Troop Guidons sewn-on the left-sleeve: “A/TF 160”, “B/2/17”, & “D/5/17”

(TF-160 was the start of the 160th SOAR, known as Operation Honey Badger

in the 1980-81 era. I think this is probably a very rare Special Ops Patch)

Large Old-Time Corporal Stripes sewn-on the Forearms.

Direct Embroidery on the BACK:

A Very Ugly woman coming-out of a music box and these words:

"YOU KNOW ITS BAD WHEN IM DRUNK AND YOUR STILL UGLY!"

(This is one of the Best Tour shirts I have ever seen!)

sold


D. Medium, LIGHT BLUE NYLON JACKET WITH DIRECT EMBROIDERY ON BACK: "OKINAWA" SHOWS TORII (GATE) & THE ISLAND. VERY HIGH QUALITY WORK, "THREE STAR" ZIPPER, WORN-ONCE?, VERY MINOR STAINS, EC+

sold


G. Medium, USMC LIME CAMO JACKET. 2-POCKETS, "YKK" ZIPPER, MADE ON OKINAWA. U.S., JAPAN, and PHILIPPINE FLAGS ON LEFT SLEEVE WITH 8 LARGE RED & GOLD TABS ON RIGHT SLEEVE. DIRECT EMBROIDERY ON BACK: LARGE (1 ¾" LETTERS) "OKINAWA" OVER A LARGE (10" HIGH) "USMC" OVER A SKULL & CROSS-BONES WEARING A HELMET and BELOW IS: "HQ BTRY 3RD BN 12TH MAR THUNDERING GUNS", NEW


sold


K. Size XL, Red and Yellow USMC Style Windbreaker Jacket.

Large embroidered "USMC" on back, Large 8" "UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS" Patch on back, U. S. Flag on left with 5 scrolls below: "SEMPER FI", "PARRIS ISLAND", "CAMP GEIGER", "S.O.I.", AND "CUBA". "USS NASHVILLE LPD-13 LIBERTY AND COUNTRY" Patch on right breast.

4" EGA Patch sewn-on left SSI, minor stains, minor wear, EC

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L. USS Peterson (DD-969), chest = 50”,





M. USS Missouri (BB-63), chest = 52, Battleship Mighty MO’s “Around the World in 100 Days Cruise in 1986”,

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N. USS Saratoga (CV-60), chest = 46, 1984 MED Cruise, has a black VELCRO strip on right breast for a Pilot’s Name tag,

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P. USS Ponce (LPD-15), chest = 47, 1988 MED Cruise,


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