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Parts Jacket” M-38 in storage.......$200.00











2956 M-1941 Cloth Hood




Tent Spec P.Q.D. No. 101, dated 10/8/41

Used with various Jackets from 1941 - 1943 & worn over the Wool-Knit Toque.

Replaced by the Pile Cap #5756

( see Government Issue Book, page 47 )


see pictures on Head Gear Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/headgear.htm#2956_cloth_hood





A. Large, Dated November 4,1941, Contract W-669-qm-13952,

Stock No. 73-H-66700, New




-3-

inquire


B. Large, Dated March 22, 1943, Contract W-669-qm-27220,

Stock No. 73-H-66700, New




-3-

inquire


C. Large, no label just a "size stamp", New

( all 3 Hoods came together )




sold














I have measured some of the Field Jackets/Liners and given my interpretation of the MODERN size/length.....take this with a grain of salt as this is ONLY my guesstamation!





























2960 M-1941 style Private Purchase Field Jacket




Non-Issue Jacket styled similar to the Issue M-41




D. size “M” on the neck hang-label, GI's Name is written inside,

water-repellant type OD material, high-quality wool liner and slash pocket liners, Talon Zipper, Gold/Olive Drab shade embroidered Corporal Stripes

and a 35th Infantry Division Left SSI, EC+

(High-Quality WWII era Construction - unusual M-41 style Jacket)

(even the pocket lining is of High-Quality Material)

see on Army Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm


sold














2962 M-1941 Field JACKET



2nd Pattern Field Jacket, Khaki Cotton Shell, Zippered and Button Front, OD Blanket Lining with: Epaulets, Button Waist and Cuff Adjustment Tabs.

(The "Tent. Spec." Numbers are Usually Dated 3/17/42)

See most #2962s on Clothing page







B. 34R (Modern S/R), 2nd ARMY patch on Left SSI,

pocket label washed-out, neck size label is readable, GC+



missing


C. neck label reads 36L or 38L(part of it is under the collar seam) pocket label present but washed-out, the cuffs have been turned-under & sewn, GC+

measurements:

chest = 42”

shoulder-seam to seam = 18 1/2”

sleeve = 32 1/2”

back = 26 3/4


sold


AA. 38L (Modern M/L), USMC (flat-bottom Gunnery Sergeant Stripes), minor soiling on neck, Rare: Condition, Size, and Service, EC+

(Extremly Rare with both Labels; very clean with minor wear)

see on Marine Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm

sold



Chest = 44+”

AC. 38L, dated June 5, 1942, both labels present and readable, Contract W-669-qm-19300, Stock No. 55-J-225, Tent. SPEC. P.Q.D. 20B, dated 3/17/42, not much wear but someone used it to paint in, 1 small hole in lining, Excellent Color but has paint stains, GC+
measurements:

chest = 44”+

waist = 40”

at the bottom hem = 42”

shoulder-seam to seam = 19 1/4”

sleeve = 35”+

back = 27 ½”
see on Army Gear page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm

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RARE XL SIZE

AH. Extra-Large (label missing = normal) chest size 48",

dark stains on right sleeve, small snag on back near collar,

very-minor-fraying on cuffs, EC


sold


AK. Medium size, neck label is almost readable, has name on label,

field repair on collar (see picture),

below average: Wear, Tear, abrasions, stains, GC+

Measurements: Chest = 42+”, Sleeve = 33”, Back = 26”




sold


AM. 42R, no date (never had a pocket label), light-shadow on left ssi where a 101st ABD and Tab were neatly removed, 14 - 20 small moth holes in lining (ask for pics), 5 - 6 x pin-head size holes in outershell, minor abrasion on left elbow, Below Average: Wear, stains, etc., Jacket is in above average Condition, EC
measurements:

chest = 50”

shoulder-seam to seam = 21”

sleeve = 35 ½”

back = 26 ½ ”


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AP. aproximate modern size is 42L, labels removed, worn once or twice, never washed, very minor storage stains, CONMAR Zipper is still shiny(dry California storage kept it near-new), EC

measurements:

chest = 44”

waist = 42”

at the bottom hem = 42”

shoulder-seam to seam = 19 1/4”

sleeve = 34”

back = 26”+



sold




Still has the Tailor’s Movement Tag
AQ. 34R, named on neck label but hard to read, neck label loose on 3 sides, pocket label washed-out, had a left SSI that was handsewn on-NO shadow just a few thread holes, cuffs were turned under by hand sewing (not due to wear, just too long for the GI), still has a Tailor’s Tag stapled under the left waist adjustment tab, 2 x pinhead size holes in lining & 4 x 1/8” holes in left sleeve lining near cuff, light-reddish stains on lower-left front and left sleeve near cuff, wrinkled from being in a “rag-mill” bale, not much wear, Talon zipper still stiff, Excellent color, EC
measurements:

chest = 42”

shoulder-seam to seam = 18 ½”+

sleeve = 34”

back = 26 ½ ”

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AR. approximate size is a Modern Large Regular, neck label missing, never had a pocket label, 2 pinhead size snags on back, possibly an Officer’s jacket (had pinned badges on the outer ends of the eapulets), small snag on the underside of left sleeve, jacket was puckered in the hem (wool liner shrank from washing), so I had the liner taken loose from the outershell and hemmed (this is how the M43 field Jackets are made), Below Average: wear, stains, snags, overall in GC+
measurements:

chest = 50”

shoulder-seam to seam = 20”

sleeve = 35 ½”

back = 26 ½”

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AT. 42R, dated Setember ?, 1941, name stencilled on back “T. BATES”,

last-3 on pocket label, has very-small stains over most of the jacket and it is soiled,

(the soiling may clean-up some with dry-cleaning, no promises!),

Average: wear, stains, snags, etc., a solid old jacket, GC

Measurements: Chest = 50”, Sleeve = 34”, Back = 26.5”


sold


AU. Approximate size S/R to S/L (neck label recently removed), 3-4 fray holes on cuffs (see picfile), excellent color, not much wear, EC

measurements:

chest = 41”

shoulder-seam to seam = 18 1/4”

sleeve = 33 1/2”

back = 26 ½”


sold








( More M-41s Available....... but not Listed……Write or e-Mail )














I have measured some of the Field Jackets/Liners and given my interpretation of the MODERN size/length.....take this with a grain of salt as this is ONLY my guesstamation!

















2982 M-1943 Women's Field JACKET




Women's 1st Pattern, Dated November 29, 1943,

use Liner #2984 (see Doughboy to GI Book, page 90)






B. 16R, dated June 6, 1945, with Cutter's Tag, New
see Web Page for pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm


175.00

DS. 38R (uses a man’s measures (actual size is a Man’s Medium/Short)),

dated 1944, had a left-breast tape but No Shadow on outside,



Below Average: wear, tear, abrasions, scuffs and etc., EC+
see Clothing Page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm


125.00








2984 M-1943 Women's Field Jacket LINER



Women's 1st Pattern Liner, Spec. P. Q. D. No. 457


(Some Liners will have Men's Sizes on the Label, i. e., Size 38R = Man's Size XS)





A. 16R, Dated June 6, 1945, with Cutter's Tags, New


125.00

D. 38R, Dated December 20, 1944, with Cutter's Tags, New


125.00

F. 38R, Dated December 20, 1944, with Cutter's Tags, 1-repair on neck knit, New

(see Web Page for Pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm )




125.00

G. 38R, Dated October 3, 1944, with Cutter's Tags, NWSM


125.00













2990 M-1943 Man’s Field JACKET (3/4 Length)




3rd Pattern Field Jacket, 4-Pocket with Button Front and Cuffs,

Specification (Spec) Labels/Tags are: Missing, Faded, or Never Stamped


(see Doughboy to GI, page 89)
see on Clothing page:

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#m_1943_field_jackets_





A. 36R (Modern M/R), FC

100.00

B. 34R (Modern M/R), Minor Stains, GC

175.00

C. 34R (Modern S/R), Minor Stains, GC+

150.00

D. 34R (Modern M/R), Tag Faded, GC

90.00

E. M/R, FC

100.00

F. 36R (Modern M/R), Army Tape, EC

250.00

G. 34R (Modern M/R), needs to be cleaned, GC

190.00

H. L/R, Frayed Cuffs, FC

75.00

I. M/R, Minor Repairs, FC+

75.00

J. 36R (Modern S/S), Frayed Cuffs, FC+

50.00













3000 (for searching only)











I have measured some of the Field Jackets/Liners and given my interpretation of the MODERN size/length.....take this with a grain of salt as this is ONLY my guesstamation!











3008 M-1943 Pattern "B" Man's Field JACKET




Pattern Dated October 11, 1943




A. 36S (Modern M/S), Dated 1943, minor stains,

minor Sun fade on right sleeve, Near-New


250.00


B. 36L (Modern M/L), Dated Nov 13, 1943, (PQD No. 370C), paint and grease stains, otherwise would be in GC+

75.00














3009 M-1943 Pattern “B” Man’s Field JACKET




Pattern Dated November 10, 1943




B. 42R (chest 47” sleeve 36” back 31” = modern Large/Regular), 55-J-192-15, PO dated November 15, 1943, label loose on one-side, minor stains on left-front (ask for picfile), minor reddish stains on lower-left pocket flap, left SSI 82nd Airborne Division with Airborne Tab, minor wear, Excellent Color, probably never washed, EC

( I logged the data from the pocket label before it was dry-clean....after cleaning very little of the label is ledgible )



sold













3010 M-1943 Pattern "B" Man's Field JACKET




Pattern Dated February 1944




H. 36R (Modern M/R), Dated April 17, 1944, very small tear,

minor stains and wear marks, never washed, EC


250.00








3014 M-1943 Pattern "B" Man's Field JACKET




Pattern Dated August 1, 1944




C. 36R (Actual Size ), Dated March 1945, stains, GC

175.00

D. 34R (Modern S/R), Dated 1948, Frayed, FC

40.00

P. 36R (Modern M/R), Dated 1945, minor snags and cuts from storage, worn 3 - 4 times (?), Never Washed, otherwise EC

175.00


T. 40L (Modern M/R), Dated 1945, Very Minor Stains, Very Small snag on lower back near hem, unusual Rank/Name Tag on left breast (White-onBlack Silk), EC

200.00


V. 40R (Modern M/R), Dated 1945, Named inside, minor stains, Never Washed, Excellent Color, EC

200.00


AC. 36R (Modern M/S), Dated FEB 26, 1945, Worn 2 - 3 times (?), Never Washed, minor stains, Excellent Color, EC

200.00


AF. 34R (Actual Size S/R), Dated 1946, worn once(?),

Never Washed, minor stains/soiling, EC+


200.00


AH. 34R (Actual Size S/R), Dated 1945, ½" repair on lapel, EC

160.00














I have measured some of the Field Jackets/Liners and given my interpretation of the MODERN size/length.....take this with a grain of salt as this is ONLY my guesstamation!











3015 M-1943 Pattern "B" Man's Field JACKET




Pattern Dated August 17, 1944, PQD NO. 370E




B. 36R (Actual Size M/R), Dated 1945, frayed cuffs, GC

80.00







3017 M-1943 Field Jacket




Spec. P.Q.D. No. 370E Dated January 13, 1945

( similar “pattern” as #3014)








D. 40R (chest 46” sleeve 35.5” back 31” = modern Large/Regular), dated May 29, 1945, left SSI 82nd Airborne Division with Airborne Tab, Silver on Black embroidered Staff Sergeant(SSG) Stripes, minor stains on lower-right pocket area (ask for picfile), minor wear, probably never washed, Excellent Color, EC

sold


F. 38L (chest 45” sleeve 35” back 31.5” = Modern size Large/Regular), dated May 28, 1945, lining repaired in neck area(see pic), minor wear, probably never washed, Excellent Color, EC

sold


H. 38R ( modern size Large/Long ), dated May 3, 1945, cutter’s tag still inside right sleeve, worn 1-2 times, label is 100%, pockets are clean inside, as-New Color, EC+

Measurements:

Chest = 44”+

shoulder-to-shoulder = 21”

sleeves = 36”

back = 31”



sold







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