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A.Made of Leather, Size 40, Dated March 21, 1918, (Label reads in part: "Size 3 Breast 40" Contract No. 1381-B by A. Pritzker Boston Depot"), label damaged, label stamped “Inspector NO. 117 872”, 4 - 5 Moth Nips on Wool Lining, Leather is a Light Brown, Blemishes on Leather, NWSM

(Over 90 Years Old, Remarkable Condition!)


Measurements:

Chest (at bottom of arm opening) = 39

Hips = 44+

Back = 29 1/2


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Inquire

B. Made of Wool, Approximate Size 42 (No Label), no lining, Veteran's Initials inside, lot of moth nips-a few holes, minor stain, Very Little Wear, GC

Inquire


( see this page for pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm )













5806 USAAF B-13 and B-14 Wool Flyer's Jacket




Similar to an Ike Jacket but has 2-Front Slash Pockets (Very Rare Jacket)

(B-14 is for Enlisted; B-13 is for Officers) (see Doughboy to GI, page 82)







A. B-14, Size 38, Dated 1945, Spec. 3216, Mothing, GC

5-6


inquire


B. B-14, Size 38, Dated 1945, Spec. 3216, Minor Mothing, GC

sold

F. last letter used











5808 USAAF WWII A-3 HBT Olive Drab CAP




Early Style A-3, 6-Panel BaseBall style cap with the Drawstring-adjustment that ties in the front.




D. circa 1940 contract, Woven Label reads: "TYPE A-3 Size 7 ¼ Spec. No. 3100 Order No. 40-3740-P Premium Cap Co.". (Size is a 7 ¼ - 7 3/8), brownish stains on outside, label loose on sides, Below Average: Wear and stains, EC+

Very Rare Cap!
See later design WWII A-3 (6-panel cap) at #9946

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


(A later pattern A-3 shown in Doughboy to GI Book, page 31)

sold








5810 USAAF Era SUSPENDERS for Flying Trousers




Fits: A-8, A-9, A-10, and A-11 Cloth Flying Trousers

(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 185)






B. OG Elastic with USAAF Insignia, GC

(Doughboy to GI Book, page 185, Bottom-Right)



35.00

C. OG Elastic, no markings, EC

(Doughboy to GI Book, page 185, Bottom-Left)



45.00

H. OG Elastic and Leather, (came from A-11 Trousers), minor fraying, GC

30.00

K. OG Elastic and Brown Leather, Dated 1944, Spec. No. 3221, EC+

55.00

L. OG Elastic and Brown Leather, USAAF Insignia, (No Elasticity), GC

(Leather has a "Pebbled" (Bumpy) Finish)



29.00

M. OG Elastic and Brown Leather, USAAF Insignia, GC+

38.00

N. OG Elastic and Brown Leather, USAAF Insignia, EC

50.00

P. OG Elastic and Brown Leather, USAAF Insignia, Slides are stamped

"POLICE BRACE"(?), mismatched-colors of elastic, GC+

(Leather has a "Pebbled" (Bumpy) Finish) (BRACE = Suspenders)

38.00


Q. OG Elastic and Brown Leather, USAAF Insignia, EC

46.00







5811 USAF Era SUSPENDERS for Flying Trousers




Similar Style to #5810, For Flying Trousers from the Early 1950s to Present




A. Sage Green Elastic and Black Leather, NWSM

sold

B. Sage Green Elastic and Black Leather, NWSM

20.00







5815 USAAF Type A-9 Intermediate Flying TROUSERS




Spec # 3177, OG Cotton Trousers with suspenders, Button Fly.

(see Sweeting's Book, Combat Flying Clothing, pages 43 - 45)






AJ. Size 36, FC+ - GC

50.00







5817 USAAF Type A-11 Intermediate Flying TROUSERS




Spec # 3219, OG Cotton Trousers with suspenders, Zipper Fly




AJ. Size 30, GC+

60.00







5822 USAF Type N-2A (Blue) Flying JACKET (Attached Hood)




Waist-length Blue Nylon Jacket with a Black and Silver Fur-Ruff on Hood,

Hood has a Zipper down the center ("Split-Snorkel"). Button closure Wind-Flap over the Zippered Front. Some Jackets have the USAF Insignia on Left SSI. (Replaced by #5823 Sage Green N-2B Jackets)

(see "SUIT UP! THE FLIGHT JACKET" by World Photo Press, pgs 351 - 353)





D. Large, MIL-J-6278, stock number USAF 8310-485800-451,

Order No. AF 30041, by The Drybak Corporation, left SSI USAF Logo has about 10% left, very minor wear, 95% Condition, EC+



sold








5823 USAF N-2B Sage Green JACKET (Attached Hood)




Same as #5822, except the Color is Sage Green.

Early Model N-2Bs will have the Real Fur Ruff and USAF Insignia on Left SSI. Newer (Current-Issue) Jackets will have a White Synthetic Ruff.






G. Medium, Dated 1985, MIL-P-6278G, Mint!

(White Synthetic Ruff on Hood)



inquire







5826 N-3 Olive Green Nylon Flyer's PARKA (Attached Fur Hood)




First Model N-3, Spec. Number 3110, Olive Green (NOT Sage Green),

¾ Length Parka with a Fixed-Hood with Fur Ruff.






A. Large, Contract Number AF 33 (038)-12107, Crown "spring-loaded" zipper slides on Front and Arm Pencil Pocket, faint trace of stencil on Left SSI,

Fur Ruff and Hood Liner in Excellent Plus Condition, upper-left corner of Label is missing (this was done at the factory as the lining has NO Stitch marks – see pictures on Air Force Web Page, link below) lining repaired, wrist knits repaired,



Below Average: Wear, scuffs, abrasions, stains, and etc., GC+
(Rare Parka)
approximate measurements:

chest = 60" (measured at armpits)

Back = 33"

Sleeve = 15" (bottom of sleeve, from armpit seam to top of wrist knit)


(see Air Force page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf_gear.htm )


sold








5828 USAF N-3B Sage Green Flying PARKA (Attached Fur Hood)




¾ Length Parka with a Fixed-Snorkel-Hood with Real Fur Ruff,

some Early Model Parkas will have a Color USAF Insignia on Left SSI.


(see World Photo Press #12 Book, page 364)





F. Large, no date, Gold on Black woven label reads: “Jacket, Aircrew, Heavy, Attached Hood”, MIL-J-6279D, S.N. 8415-269-0420, Order No. AF 36 (600)-5327, by Albert Turner & CO. INC., 60% Wool 40% Cotton, “Red Cutter’s Tag” still stapled inside right pocket (see picture), wrist knits good, Fur Ruff in EC+, sage green nylon bordering the Fur Ruff has turned the “reddish” color that was normal for USAF jackets in the 1950s, no holes in Outer Shell or Lining,

USAF Logo on left SSI = 90%, less than normal Wear, stains, soiling, EC
see on Flight Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm


inquire














5830 Type D-1A Blue Wool Army Air Forces Crew CAP




BLUE Wool MIL-C-6821A Cap with Earflaps & Chin Strap for Cold Weather Flying, stamped logo on back reads: “ARMY AIR FORCES

partial Leather sweatband in the front, inside lined with blue flannel






A. Small, with Cutter's Tag, Stock NO. 8310-125400221,

Order NO. AF-23096, by Blue Anchor Overall CO., Inc. New


Very strange this is an ARMY Air Forces logo stamped on the back!
see pictures on: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/headgear.htm

inquire








5831 M-421A U.S.N. 3-Pocket Khaki (Tan) Flying JACKET




Rare 3-Pocket Khaki Cotton Summer Pilot's Jacket

(3-Pocket Jackets replaced the 2-Pocket M-421A Summer Flying Jackets)

(This is the style John Wayne wore in the movie "Flying Leathernecks".)

(see World Mook #41, page 87 for info on the M-421A Jackets. The 2-Pocket style is Pictured. See World Mook #12, page 45 for the Chart on USN Jacket evolution)







A. Medium (size label faded), (Contract Number NXsa-16683 = late-1943(?)),

Small stain on left-pocket flap area (should clean-up..ask for picfile),

Very little wear, EC+

approximate measurements: Chest = 42”, Sleeve = 33”, Back = 25”


see on: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/gearservices/usn___uscg___mechant_marine_gear.htm

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FIRM







5833 M-7758A U.S.N. Khaki Cotton Flying JACKET




Khaki 4-Pocket Summer Flyer's Jacket, MIL-J-7758A, with Zipper Front,

Pencil Pocket on Left Sleeve, Bi-Swing Back, Half-Belt sewn on back,

Gold-on-Black Woven Label





B. 40, Dated 1959/1960 Era, by LW Foster Sportswear, Large Color Patch: "100,000 MILES VRF-31", Black Leather Name Tag, with Old Style Navy Pilot's Wing & Name (tag is faded but still readable), Very Little Wear, EC+

approximate measurements: Chest = 42+”, Sleeve = 33+”, Back = 26.5”

(see http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usn___uscg___mechant_marine_gear.htm )

sold


5835 M-716 U.S.N. Cotton KHAKI Flying JACKET




Specification M-716, Khaki 4-Pocket Summer Pilot's Jacket, with Zipper Front,

Pencil Pocket on Left Sleeve, Bi-Swing Back, Half-Belt sewn on back,

Gold-on-Black Woven Label.

(see World Photo Press Book # 41, page 89 (Marilyn Monroe is on the Cover))






AS. 38, contract N383 S-18637 (pre-Korean War era(?)), by L. W. Foster, New

(L.W. Foster Company contract) (from same Pilot as #5835BS)

approximate measurements: Chest =41+”, Sleeve = 32.5”, Back = 25.5”

( see http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usn___uscg___mechant_marine_gear.htm )


sold


BS. 38, contract N383 S-18637 (pre-Korean War era(?)), L. W. Foster, New

(L.W. Foster Company contract) (from same Pilot as #5835AS)

approximate measurements: Chest =41+”, Sleeve = 32.5”, Back = 25.5+”

sold


5838 M-445A WWII U.S.N. Brown Leather Flying JACKET




Fleece Lined Jacket for High Altitude Flying (World Photo Press Book, page 16)




FJ. Size 40, small Navy repair in armpit (very hard to see),

both sleeves have repair patches on undersides (good quality Rigger repairs),

Below Average: Wear, Scuffs, and etc., GC

(pictures of the Sleeve repairs available)



sold


LJ. Size 40, Clean Gold-Color Fleece, Aircrewman’s initials on inside,

Very Minor Wear, EC


sold


5842 M-422A U. S. N. Leather Flying JACKET (G-1 Style)




Pre-WWII/Early WWII Era (Some M-422A-s have a Reddish Color Lining)

(Black and Yellow Woven Neck Label)






(none in stock)




5845 AN-6552 U. S. N. Leather Flying JACKET (G-1 Style)




Replaced the M-422A (#5842) in 1941 (G-1 Style),

(Black and Yellow Woven Neck Lablel)






(none in stock)




5848 U. S. N. 55J14 (AER) Leather Flying JACKET (G-1 Style)




Small Zipper with "USN" Painted on Reverse Side of Collar




(none in stock)










5850 U. S. N. MIL-J-7823 (AER) Leather Flying JACKET (G-1 Style)





Small Zipper, 1950s to circa 1960 with Black and GOLD Woven Neck Label
See jackets on Flight Gear page





BS. 44, No Cuffs, Original Waist Knit, GC (in box – NO Cuffs)




P. size 42, All Original, NEVER WORN,

Still has some of the Tailor's Chalk Marks (Marks will Wash-Off),

Minor Repair to knits, Leather is Still Shiny, New

(Belonged to a Flag Officer, who never wore the Jacket)

Chest = 46", Sleeve 33" (excluding Knit), Back = 23.5" (excluding Knit)


sold



R. 36 ( chest = 39”+ sleeve = 31.5”(35” to end of knit) back = 21.5”(25” to end of knit), Reddish-Brown Mouton Collar, made by LW Foster Sportswear, Knits Repaired, Very Minor Wear, Leather is Still Shiny, 95% Condition, EC+
See pictures on Flight Gear page

inquire


T. 44, Knits Repaired, Very Little Wear, 96% Condition, EC+

sold

stencilled “USN” behind the collar

W. 38 ( chest = 39”+ sleeve = 33”(35.5”+ to end of knit) back = 21.75”+(25.5”+ to end of knit), old style waist knit(horizontal and vertical knit), Brown Mouton Collar, contract N383-22356A, made by LW Foster Sportswear, Very Minor Wear, Leather is Still Shiny, 97% Condition, EC+

See pictures on Navy Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usn___uscg___mechant_marine_gear.htm


Sold


AC. 44 (chest = 46”, sleeve = 34”+, back = 23 ¾”), contract number N383-48082A, made by CAGELCO Sportswear, Brown Mouton Collar, wrist knits repaired(see pics), waist knit = 1 minor repair(see pic), Name and Rank(“Lt.”) written on lining with black marker(very hard to see),

minor wear, 95% Condition, EC+

Pics available


sold

AF. 44, dated 1958 (April, May, or early June), by C. W. Foster,

man's name on the white lining of the inside-chest-pocket,

wrist knits replaced (non-Issue), 1 repair on waist knit,

Below Average: Wear, Abrasions, Stains, and etc., 85% Condition, EC

(replacement wrist knits look good - decent match with the original waist knit)

(Jacket dated by using my database collected over many years from Label-data)


sold







5852 USN MIL-J-7823A (AER) Leather Flying JACKET (G-1 Style)




Large Zipper (#7), "U.S.N." Punched in the Wind Flap




5854 USN MIL-J-7823B (WEP) Leather Flying (G-1 Style)




Large Zipper (#7), 1960s Era, "U.S.N." Punched in the Wind Flap




C. 38, dated 1961, made by Ralph Edwards Sportswear, Mint

(Not many "B" Models made.............Very Rare Jacket!)

See Pictures on Flight Gear page


sold

G. size 44 ( Chest = 46” Sleeve = 34+” Back = 23” ), dated 1963, CONTRACT NO. DSA-1-1040-63-C, made by Ralph Edwards Sportswear, zipper had heavy-verdegris from being stored for 40 years--I waxed the zipper but it is still stiff --needs to be used, New

extra measurements:

shoulder seam to end of wool knit cuff = 26 ½”

shoulder seam to end of leather = 23 ½”

straight-across from shoulder-to-shoulder seam (bi-swing not extended) = 20”

over the top of the shoulder like a tailor would measure = 21”

Back (a vertical measurement) to include the waist knit = 26 ¼”

( Not many "B" Models made! )

( measurements are approximate - knits excluded )

sold


5856 USN MIL-J-7823C (WEP) Leather Flying (G-1 Style)




Large Zipper (#7), 1960s Era with "U.S.N." Punched in the Wind Flap




None in stock



Note: After 1969 G-1's will have a Synthetic Collar!

( Exceptions will be Noted! )










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