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4820 OG Barracks ("Laundry") BAG




(Replaced #4818)




A. Dated 1986, New

sold

B. Dated 1988, 2nd Quality (factory BLEMS), New

14.00







4822 OG/OD Waterproof Clothing BAG




Large (approximate size 25" x 33") Bag




B. Dated 1982, New

sold

C. Dated 1980, New

15.00

D. Dated 1980, New

15.00

E. Dated 1980, New

15.00

G. Dated 1944, OD Color, 1 small hole near the top, GC+

sold







4824 Turn-of-CenturyU.S. Army HAVERSACK




A. Khaki Color, Dated 1909 (not sure of the last "9"), Unit markings have been painted-over (one marking looks like it might have been a Bison), FC+

35.00








4830 M-1938 Cotton Canvas Dispatch CASE ("Map Case")




"Map or Photograph Case"

(if the Graphed Acetate Insert is still inside the case, it will be noted)

(if the Adjustable Shoulder Strap is still on the case, it will be noted)

(see Doughboy to GI, pg 177 & GI Collector’s Guide by Enjames, pg 131)








Important Notes

I believe:
#4830 and #4832 M-1938 Cases were originally made with 3 x

"D-Rings on the back side so it could function as a "Dual-Purpose" case:
As a "Map Case" which had a narrow Shoulder Strap(some with pads),
or as a "Dispatch Case" for Mounted Troops (motorcycle or horse) which

had 2 x short adjustable straps on the back for mounting to Gear.
By 1943, cases with only 2 x "D-Rings" on the back side at the top were being manufactured.
Someone ought to research this!





G. dated 1941, Khaki shade, early style with 3 x d-rings, neatly stamped on the back is the man's name (probably an Instructor), older style narrow "padded" GP strap, No Acetate Insert, EC

sold


K. dated 1943, Khaki shade, later style with 2 x “d-rings” at the top in the back, the “U. S.” has been stamped upside-down on the flap,

hard-insert removed (removing the hard-insert adds one more compartment),



no shoulder strap, no Acetate Insert, stamped "J.Q.M.D.", minor stain inside, EC
( see on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm )

96.00


M. dated 1945, OD shade, later style with 2 x d-rings at the top in the back,

wide GP strap (#4856 M-1944 style) and case both stamped "Boyt",

no Acetate Insert, minor stains, minor wear (if used at all), EC+

( see on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm )



sold








4831 M-1938 Map Case STRAPs




Long, adjustable, Shoulder Strap to fit #4830 or will work on a #4832

Has a snap-hook on both ends






B. Khaki (the older Brown shade), small stain (looks like tar = possible removal?),

minor rust on metal slide, very-minor wear, EC+


see picture on Equipment page: page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm )

sold














4832 M-1938 Cotton Canvas Dispatch CASE (Mounted Troops)




Similar to #4830 but all Cases in this listing will have the short adjustable straps on the rear for mounted troops.
(see "Important Note" above in #4830 entry)
(see GI Collector’s Guide by Enjames, page 131)

see on Equipment page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm







A. dated 1941, Khaki shade, early style with 3 x "d-rings" on back,

comes with the 2 x mounting straps on back, no Acetate Insert, made by Boyt, Last-4 on back, GC+ - EC (has some minor stains, otherwise it would be an EC)



sold


B. dated 1941, Khaki shade, early style with 3 x "d-rings" on back,

comes with the 2 x mounting straps on back, no Acetate Insert, made by Boyt, Last-4 on inside of Flap, small hole on the Flap, Minor staining, GC+



sold


D. dated 1941, Khaki shade, early style with 3 x "d-rings' on the back,

made by Meese Inc., NO shoulder or “short” straps, No Acetate Insert,

minor fraying on back where it was mounted against other gear, GC


95.00








4836 WWII Era Cotton Aviator’s KIT BAG (Early Style)




Cotton Canvas with 2 Canvas Handles, Two(2) Half-Zippers (coming up from the sides), and 5 Compartments Inside. (see Doughboy to GI, page 178)

This style does not have a Snap-Flap over the Zippers






A. Khaki Color Canvas with White re-inforcement Tapes. Early Bag due to the colors. 2 minor repairs to bottom, never washed, Below Average: Stains, Wear, Scuffs, and etc., Very Unusual to find a bag in this Condition, EC

95.00








4838 RVN Era Sage Green Flyer's Kit BAG (Parachute Kit Bag)




Similar to #4836 but with 1-Heavy Duty Brass(or Zinc) Zipper(#7 Zipper).

Made of Heavyweight, Sage Green, Cotton Canvas. Mainly used by USAF Pilots to carry their Flying Gear. Also used by the 10th Special Forces to carry their Parachutes, Jump Helmet, and etc.

(Very Durable, I still use the one I got in Cam Ranh Bay, RVN in 1970)





A. Dated 1968, Part Number 11-1-302, Never-Issued!

Storage Marks and High-Desert Dust, Some have a Yellow Stain

(this is very common for this bag), NWSM (Quantity)

(If you are going to use this Bag you should wash it first)



55.00


B. Dated 1974, Near-New, EC+

50.00

D. Dated 1969, a few small scrapes, Never-Washed, Excellent Color, EC+

65.00

F. Dated 1963, a few small holes and stains, Old Contract, EC

45.00

H. Dated 1969, very-minor usage, Never-Washed, Excellent Color, EC+

65.00

L. dated September 1964 (early-RVN Era date), New

sold







4840 Parachute and Flight Kit BAGs (catch-all section)




Nylon and Cotton bags from All the Services




B. “U. S. NAVY PARACHUTE TRAVELING BAG NAF 54330-22”, Sage Green Nylon, USMC Pilot’s Gear Bag with EGA decal and his Color Name Tape,

sold



D. “U. S. NAVY PARACHUTE TRAVELING BAG 54330-1”, OG Cotton,

Pilot’s name stencilled and magic-marked on both sides of bag, GC+


see on Flight Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/flight_gear.htm

65.00








4842 B-4B Flyer's Clothing BAG




B. Dated 1969, minor wear, 1 x hanger, named on outside name-tape, EC+

sold







4843 MB-1 Flyer’s Clothing Bag




Sage Green Kit Bag similar to a B-4 but much smaller, drawing Number 52K6798, water repellant with 2-side pockets, main compartment, all with #7 (large) Zippers.

Has a large White Label on the side so you can put your name on it.


see Flight Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/flight_gear.htm





D. dated 1959, very little wear, minor soiling from storage, EC+


sold

F. dated 1960, clean inside but the outside needs to be hand-washed, small abrasions in water repellant coating, named on the white outside label, EC

75.00


G. dated 1959 (DA-36-243-QM(CTM)3125 O.I.-509-E-59, named on the white label, lots of dust/grime from storage (needs to be taken outside; washed inside & out), average amount of: stains, scuffs, etc., all Zippers/Snaps in 100% condition, Used

75.00


























4845 M-1942 Camouflage "Jungle" PACK




Camouflage Material, similar design to #4846

(Original Drawstrings are usually missing, Replacement Drawstings included)

(You can use #4880B or C for Shoulder Strap Pads)

(These are referred to as Model 1943s but they were originally

developed by the Army in 1942(?)) and mainly used by the Marine Corps)

(References: WWII GI Book, page 40; USMC in WWII, page 49;

Tulkoff’s “Grunt Gear” Book, pages 135-136)





(none in stock)










4846 M-1943 Olive Green Jungle Pack & Parts




OG Material, similar to #4845

The Jungle Packs I have seen are dated 1942 & 1943

(Original Drawstrings are usually missing, a Replacement Drawsting included)
(You can use #4880B or C for Shoulder Strap Pads)





D. dated 1943, made by “HEP… MFG CO, INC.”, probably never washed, not much usage, has stains of a black tar looking substance(see pic)=it will scratch-off with your thumbnail, Excellent Color, replacement drawstring (you can purchase a vintage cord, see #4846H below), GC+

sold


H. Original Drawcords (removed from damaged M43 Packs), GC+

(center (darker) cord has sold – see pic on site)

(bottom cord has sold – see pic on site)
See on Equipment page


30.00













4848 M-1936 Canvas Field BAG ("Musette")




3-Ply Material (2 Canvas Layers with an Inter Layer of Rubber Membrane)

(see Doughboy to GI, page 164 and WWII GI Book, page 117)







B. OD, Dated 1942, Hole in Bottom, PC

inquire













4850 M-1936 Canvas Field BAG ("Musette")




Similar to Item #4848 but No Waterproofing, 1-Ply Cotton
(Bags #4848 and #4850 use Carrying Straps: #4852 and #4854)
(Some M-36 Bags were made in Britain during WWII)





K. OD, Dated 1942, last-four inside, named on back, small stains and snags, GC+


inquire

P. Khaki, Dated 1943, stamped “British Made J. & A. H. 1943”, GP Strap stamped with Last-4 of GI, soiling on bottom, some British Hardware, EC

(see picture on the web site)


sold


R. Khaki, dated 1943, last-four inside, minor stains and wear, EC

sold

V. Khaki, dated 1942, minor surface rust on snap-hooks, NWSM

sold

Z. OD, dated 1944 by Johansen, ¾” hole in bottom(if you don’t plan on loading it up-it will be a good “static-display”, washed once(?), overall in GC+

inquire


AA. Khaki, dated 1938, data label reads: “U. S. JEFF. Q.M.D. 1938”, “D-Ring” GP is probably dated 1942, Officer’s SN, last name, 3 x initials, APO #, 3-4 stencils and marking denoting type of unit or etc., Used

(found with his Son’s military gear)

See on equipment page


sold














4852 M-1936 Cotton Carrying STRAP




Used with the M-1936 Field Bag and Musette Bags (Items: #4848 and #4850).

"D" Rings at Both Ends

Approximate Length: Minimum = 20-21” - Maximum 33”

Same Strap as Item #4854 but Shorter Length
(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 165)
see on Equipment Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm





C. Khaki, dated 1942, by WW Stanley CO., Initials on end, EC

48.00

E. Khaki, dated 1942, by EXCEL, EC

sold

F. Khaki, dated 1942, by EXCEL, last-4 neatly stamped inside & back, EC

sold

G. Khaki, dated 1941, rust color stains, GC+

47.00

K. Khaki, dated 1943, by Prospect LTHR. GDS. CO. Inc. – 1, NWSM
Great for a D-Day re-enactor


75.00

M. OD, label faded (been washed at least once),

minor rust on “D” rings(no rust stains on cloth near “D” rings), GC


30.00


O. Khaki, bulk lot with several 1943 and 1944 dates, EC ( 15+/- in stock )

50.00

P. Khaki, bulk lot with several 1943 and 1944 dates, EC ( 15+/- in stock )

50.00













4854 M-1936 Cotton Carrying STRAP (longer that #4852)




Used with the M-1936 Field Bag and Musette Bags

"D" Rings at Both Ends

Approximate Length: Minimum 26" - Maximum 44"


(see Doughboy to GI Book, pages 164 - 165)
see on Equipment Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm







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