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F. Rust, Small, no liner, FC+

20.00

G. Rust, Medium-Large, with Dove Badge, no liner, GC

50.00

H. Rust, Small, no liner, EC

20.00

I. Rust, Small, no liner, EC

20.00

J. Rust, small, with Dove Badge, no liner, GC

sold

K. Maroon (Airborne), Size 7 ¼ - 7 3/8, PX Beret, Near-New

12.00

L. Maroon (Airborne), Size 6 5/8, Dated 1981, New

20.00







See the MFO “Dark Orange” berets on the Headgear page
















5724 Other Military BERETS




A. New Zealand, Green, with Badge, Small, Dated 1979, GC

30.00

C. Belgium(?), OD, Small, Dated 1950, GC

26.00







5750 - 5799 Winter CAPS










(also see: 51xx, & 73xx)










5751 M-1941 OD Wool Knit CAP (“Jeep Cap”)




Olive Drab knitted wool CAP with a small peak, sides could be rolled-down over the ears for warmth. Worn under the M-1 Helmet and known as a "Jeep" cap.
Most Jeep Caps do not have labels and will have moth damage.
(see Doughboy to GI, page 33)
see sample picture on Headgear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/headgear.htm





D. label reads: "M", repaired, 2 x small stains, GC++

sold

F. no label, repaired, GC+

sold

M. no label, repaired, GC+ - EC

82.00

R. no label, repaired, bill needs to be reformed, GC+

77.00

T. label reads: "L", minor repairs, dark spot under bill, EC

86.00







5753 Dark Green Pre-WWII Cotton Duck/Wool Winter CAP




Dark Green Cotton Duck Outer material & Dark Green Kersey Wool Lining,

aka "Transport Cap"






A. size 7 5/8, Dated 1939 (Contract W-669-QM CIV-320), Spec No 6-255, Stock No 73-C-NS, NWSM

75.00








5755 Khaki Cotton Twill Winter Combat HELMET




Used by Armored Troops and others, was to be replaced by the M43 Pile Cap and used through-out the War. 2-side straps for keeping goggles in place.

See the Quartermaster Supply Catalog (Book), by George Petersen, page 21.

(The Book shows a Wool lining; this item has a Cotton Twill Lining)

Also see Doughboy to GI Book by Kenneth Lewis, page 34






A. No Markings, Cotton Twill Lining, 1-glove-snap has started to corrode, New

sold







5756 M1943 Pile Field CAP (“Alpaca” Pile) with Pile on Front Fold-up Bill




Pattern Dated June 29, 1943 (amended Patterns will not be noted)
Some caps do not have a Hanging Label, just the Size stamped in the Sweatband.

(A few M43 caps have the Long “Grayish Pile” (about ½” long),

most have the shorter Brown Pile)
( see #2956 for the Hood the M43 Pile Cap replaced )





AA. 7 ¼, dated April 26, 1945, "care-label" unreadable, EC+

( Cap came from same Veteran as 5756AB )




sold

AB. approximate size 7 ¼, data label removed, "care-label" intact, EC+

( this Cap came from same Veteran as 5756AA )




135.00

firm



AC. 7 ¼, GI’s name neatly written behind bill, sweatband soiled from wear, Not much wear, Excellent Color, Used see on Headgear page

sold








5758 M1943 Pile Field CAP




Same Style as #5756, but Labels are Faded or Missing

(Some of these Caps never had a Label when Manufactured)






A. Small, “Silver-Gray” Long-Pile Alpaca, good-looking pile, EC

75.00

C. Medium, FC+

sold

E. Small (stamped 6 ¾ on sweatband), “Grayish” Long-Pile Alpaca, last-4 stamped on sweatband, EC

75.00


G. Medium, Last-4 written in sweatband, data label has been removed,

Instruction Label intact, needs to be dry-cleaned, small stain on Pile, GC+


sold


H. Small, minor stain on top, sweatband soiled, GC+

75.00







5762 M1951 Pile Field CAP




Pattern Dated 6 November, 1950, Similar to #5756, but No Pile on the Front .

(see Stanton's Korean War Book, pages 38-39)

(June of 1951 change-over period from MIL-C-10869 to MIL-C-1913A)





G. 7 1/4, MIL-C-1913B, dated 2 March, 1953, Used

sold

K. 7 1/4, MIL-C-1913B, dated 2 March, 1953, Used

85.00

M. 7, MIL-C-10869, dated 28 March, 1951, Looks Unissued

100.00

P. 7 ½ (LARGE), MIL-C-1913A, dated 21 May, 1952, part of sweatband missing, other than the missing section of sweathband this cap has minor wear, Great size, EC

95.00


Q. 7, MIL-C-1913A, Label Not dated, 2 small holes in Bill from a DI ("Crest") being removed (common practice), GC

sold


R. 7, MIL-C-10869, dated June 5, 1951, minor soiling on sweatband, EC

75.00

U. 7, MIL-C-1913A, dated 27 June, 1951, New

100.00

W. 7, MIL-C-1913B, dated 2 March, 1953, New

100.00

X. 7 ¼(MEDIUM), MIL-C-1913B, dated 16 June 1953, Maybe-New

110.00

AA. 7 ¼ MIL-C-1913B, dated 2 March, 1953, spot on bill(dry-cleaning may remove it?), may Looks Unissued

110.00


AB. 7 ¼, MIL-C-1913A, dated 7 June, 1951, Maybe-New

125.00

AC. 7 ¼, MIL-C-1913B, dated 16 June, 1953, MIL-C-1913B, minor wear, Used

95.00

AD. 7, MIL-C-10869, dated 5 June, 1951, minor wear, Used

85.00

AE. 7, MIL-C-10869, dated 5 June, 1951, minor wear, Used

75.00

AF. 7 ½(LARGE), MIL-C-1913A, dated 27 June, 1951, minor wear, EC+

sold

AG. 7 ½(LARGE), MIL-C-1913A, Label Not dated, probably New

sold

AH. 7 ¼, MIL-C-10869, dated 28 March, 1951, needs cleaned, care label loose on 1-side, EC

90.00


AJ. 7, 1913A, dated 27 June, 1951, EC+

75.00

AS. 7 ¼, MIL-C-1913A, dated 5 June, 1951, small stains, Looks Unissued


120.00

AV. 7 ¼ (Medium), dated 21 May, 1952, named, had a DI on the bill, worn once(?), EC+

100.00


AW. 7 ¼ (Medium), dated 2 March, 1953, New
AV & AW are shown on Head Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/headgear.htm#5751_56__jeep_and_pile_caps


145.00

-firm-


AX. 7 ½, MIL-C-1913B, dated 1953, minor soiling on sweatband, very minor usage, Used See on headgear page

sold








5763 M1951 Pile Field CAP




Pattern Dated 25 Jan, 1951, Same Style as #5762




A. 7, Dated 25 May, 1951, GC

60.00







5776 M-62 Man's Field Insulating CAP (Experimental)




OG Cloth Helmet Liner, replaced the M-1951 Pile Cap.

(This is the Original Model of the Present Day Issue #5784)






A. 7, No Date, DA 19-129-AMC-104 (N), "EXPERIMENTAL", EC

50.00







5780 M-65 RVN Era OG HELMET LINER Insulating Cap




Worn to Insulate the M-1 Helmet in Cold Weather (replaced #5776)




A. 7, Dated 1971, As-New

25.00

B. 7 3/4, Dated Before 1976 (pre-1976), GC (Quantity)

20.00

C. 7, Dated 1968, New

30.00

D. 7 1/4, Dated 1968, New

35.00

E. 7 1/4, Dated 1971, New (Quantity)

20.00

F. 7 1/4, Dated 1974, New (Quantity)

20.00

G. 7 1/2, Dated 1974, New (Quantity)

20.00

H. 7 1/4, Dated 1975, New

20.00







5782 M-65 Post-RVN Era OG Helmet Liner Insulating CAP




A. 7 3/4, Dated after 1975 (post-1975), GC (Quantity)

15.00

(Other sizes in stock but not-logged)










5790 USAF B-9B Sage Green Flyer's Winter HELMET (Bunny Cap)




Cold Weather Nylon Flying Cap with Synthetic Fur




A. Small, Dated 1986, (Contract number marked-out; still readable), New

24.00

B. Small, Dated 1977, New

32.00

C. Small, Dated 1977, New

32.00

last letter used was G










5800 - 6029 Flight Jackets, Shirts, Trousers, and etc.










(see 95xx for Flyer's: Suits and Coveralls)











Jackets with Wool parts are stored in “moth balls” to protect against Moths!

I try to “air-out” the jackets before I ship but some “moth-ball” odor may remain-----be prepared to hang the jacket someplace where you don’t get “bitched-at” for 4-5 days!










Jackets which have had Patches and Nametags "Neatly Removed" Will Not be Notated as this does not detract from the overall appearance of the Items!












The Term "ROR" is used to mean: "Repair or Replace".

(i. e., "Knits need ROR" = Buyer responsible for repair/replacement of Knits)











5800 Books Related to FLIGHT GEAR




A. Hell-Bent for Leather, by Nelson and Parsons. Lots of Photos,

"The Saga of the A-2 and G-1 Flight Jackets", New (6 in stock)

50.00








5802 World Mook Special Issues on Flight Jackets




Excellent Reference Material for the Serious Flight Jacket Collector.

Note: Printed in Japanese




A. The "MARILYN MONROE" Issue "Suit Up!" #12, New (3 in stock)

125.00

B. Marilyn Monroe is on the Cover, Issue #41, New

125.00







5803 World Photo Press Special Issues on Flight Jackets




Excellent Reference Material for the Serious Flight Jacket Collector.

Note: Printed in Japanese




A. "MA-1" Dated 1993, New

75.00







5804 Combat Magazine Special Issues on Flight Jackets




Excellent Reference Material for the Serious Flight Jacket Collector.

Note: Printed in Japanese




A. "Flight Jackets & Military Clothing", New (3 in stock)

85.00







5805 WWI Issue Flyer's Jerkin (Long Vest)




Worn by Open-Cockpit Flyers in WWI.

Made of Leather or Wool with a Button Front Closure

(Military Jerkin = A Long Vest (covers the Hips and No sleeves))




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