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6100 - 6199 Foreign Uniforms and Gear










6101 Uniforms - All Countries





A. M/R, Heavyweight Blue Cotton Jacket with Copper Metal Buttons and Epaulets. Handmarked: "Belgian Congo Police" inside Neck, EC

(From a Movie Studio (?))




60.00


B. Medium, SPOTTED CAMO, WAIST LENGTH JACKET WITH HOOD, NO MARKINGS, "PRYM" ZIPPER, PROBABLY AUSTRIAN, GC

35.00


D. M/R, Canadian RIPSTOP Camouflage Shirt,

LIGHT BLUE/DARK BLUE/RED/BLACK CAMO PATTERN WITH EPAULETS (U.S. STYLE BDU SHIRT), LEFT SSI IS A CANADIAN FLAG IN COLOR, BRASSARD ON LEFT SLEEVE READS: "ALLIED NATIONS NATIONS ALLIES", NAME & NATIONAL TAPE ("CANADA"), EC




75.00

E. M/R, Camouflage Jacket ( probably Rhodesian ),

NO MARKINGS EXCEPT FOR ZIPPERED POCKET ACROSS LOWER BACK (ZIPPER IS A "LYSTA"), FOUR 2-BUTTON (EXPOSED) FRONT PATCH POCKETS, EPAULETS, PENCIL POCKET ON UPPER LEFT SLEEVE, PADDED ELBOWS, DRAWCORD IN WAIST, BUTTON CUFFS, MISSING 1 BUTTON, SMALL PAINT STAINS, OVERALL GC+



175.00


G. S/R, CAMO PULL-OVER 4-POCKET JACKET (SHIRT) (I WAS TOLD IT IS PAKISTANI), MADE OF "AIR-TEX" WEAVE MATERIAL, EAPULETS, PENCIL POCKET ON LEFT SLEEVE, 3-BUTTON FRONT, SMALL REPAIRS, FADED, GC

40.00


K. M/L (50-3), RUSSIAN FIELD JACKET, DATED 1989, KHAKI COTTON TWILL WITH SEWN-IN LINING, HOOD THAT STUFFS INSIDE A POCKET ON THE BACK, EPAULETS, SLEEVE POCKETS, 4 Front pockets, Padded elbows, Stock number "170-100-32", Very minor stains, not much wear, EC

85.00


M. Large (chest = 52”, sleeves = 38”, back = 35”), label reads: “PAUWELS_PARIS 199-58”, French M-1951 Anorak, 2nd Model, type used in the Algerian War circa 1956 – 1962, Pull-over Rain Parka with Hood, crotch strap, 4 x large Front Pockets with exposed button flaps, drawstrings at: neck, waist, and hem, NWSM
See on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/foreign_military_medals__ribbons__badges__etc_.htm

-6-


inquire

N. WWII Italian Artillery Officer’s Dress Jacket, see pictures and description on site See on ALLO Foreign page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/foreign_military_medals__ribbons__badges__etc_.htm

sold








6103 Field Gear, Miscellaneous, All Countries




A. 1-qt Canteen COVER, Rubberized outside & Green Felt Lined, NSN 8465-17-052-9696, styled after the U.S. WWII Cover but is probably West German made, Near-New

12.00


B. Gray Plastic M-1 Style Helmet LINER, Stamped "SW 71", Leather Sweatband, Gray Cotton Strap, maybe Belgian(?), EC

25.00


F. Chinese, OG Cotton Rifle BELT with Shoulder Straps & 10-Pockets

(pockets close with Cloth Loops & Wooden Buttons), Stamped on back 7.62"

& other Chinese characters, New (9 in stock)


18.00


I. British HELMET, Mark IV (?), PAINTED FLAT BLACK, DATED 1952, HELMET STAMPED "ROC 4 R MA 1952", SUSPENSION MARKED "7 1/2 FFL III 1952" & ATTACHED WITH A "LIFT-THE-DOT" FASTENER,

OG ELASTIC CHIN STRAP, GC+


30.00


K. Vulcan Bomber Olive Green Cloth Helmet, dated 1969-70(?), EC+
( similar to the Helmets worn in the 007 movie “Thunderball” )

see pictures on British page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm




inquire

L. British WWII era, dated 1944, Khaki color Mosquito BAR,

Broad Arrow & date stamps, made in Britain(?),

1 x suspension tie missing on the side(should have 8 ties),

2 x cotton ties on each end of the “front-side”,

Physically in 99% condition with some brownish stains, EC+
approximate measurements:

width at top = 35”

length at top = 74+”

vertical length(includes skirt) = 68+/-”
see on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm



inquire

M. British WWII era, dated 1944, Green color Mosquito BAR,

4 suspension loops, Made in Australia, discoloration on cotton top,

never washed, EC+
approximate measurements:

width at top = 35”

length at top = 75”

vertical length(includes skirt) = 48”
see on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm


inquire


P. older British socket-type bayonet with sheath, has a Broad Arrow and “WD” on the leather part of the sheath, brass tip is loose but all the rivets are still present,

has been put-away wet several times but still a decent rig, GC

see pictures on site http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm#6103___british_3_edged_socket_bayonet


sold


Q. Russian Bright Green Gas Can, dated 1979, 5 gallons+/-, NWSM
( purchased from Mr. Zimm circa 1990-91.....taken from Afghanistan....he used it as a “Sales” Model at his “Zimmsons Army/Navy” Warehouse in Oakland, CA )

see on Web Site: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/foreign_military_medals__ribbons__badges__etc_.htm#6103___communist_era_russian_gas_can




inquire

T. 1st Pattern Browning Hi-Power pistol Holster, dated 1944,

with Broad Arrow and “Z” “L & T Ltd”, inside leather compartment to hold a cleaning rod, inside rectangular metal compartment for a magazine,

looks unused, EC+

see on this link



http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm#6103t___cotton_pistol_holster

sold


V. Gurkha knife, WWII USAAF Officer’s bringback from Karachi, India (now Pakistan), circa 1942 - 1944, wooden handle, back side of blade is ¼”+,

18”+ from tip to butt(in a straight line), shows some rust, no markings on knife, GC+


(see another Gurkha knife #4398D on the Weapons page)
see pictures on British Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm#6103v___gurkha_knife

inquire


W. From a British Family’s Estate, Fly WHISK, braided Leather shaft with 14”+ “horsehair like” tail, overall length 27”+(includes wrist loop), high-quality leather, Excellent Condition for it’s age, Used
I am not sure of the material in the “tail” = it looks like “horse tail hair” to me.
See on British page

4-6


inquire

X. FRENCH Parachutist’s M-1951 Steel Pot with 3-point Fixed-Bales and found with a “modified” U. S. M-1 Liner made by Westinghouse(embossed inside crown with a “28” or “26” and below that a circle with the “W”), Helmet shows damage on the top, for more info go to site for pictures and etc., Used

See pictures on Foreign All Others page, French Section




sold








6105 WWII British Desert GOGGLES




Oval Metal Frames with Amber/Yellow Glass Lenses, Gray adjustable elastic strap with Leather Bridge to hold the frames together, OG Flip-Top can for storage.

(I am NOT Positive these are British or the Vintage….I get different opinions on these points)





A. New with Minor Storage Marks

40.00

B. New with more Storage Marks

32.00

C. New with alot of Storage Marks

29.00







6126 WWII Japanese Items




B. Pack Artillery Handbook with drawings/diagrams, shows Medals the trooper could win if he was a good soldier, from the 40th Battalion, 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment, Takada, Nigata, etc., handwritten notes by the soldier,

used, some pages dog-earred but looks 98% complete(?), overall in GC


(Comes with the capturing GI's Draft notice for physical, dated OCT 1941)
see pictures on Japan Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/japan_militaria.htm

185.00


D. Guntai Techou, field-diary issued to the troops,

stains/damage to cover/etc., GC


see on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/japan_militaria.htm

50.00


F. Package of Cigarettes, opened-looks full(?), GC
see on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/japan_militaria.htm


inquire

G. Holster, see details on Japan page of web site

-10-

inquire














6128 WWII Japanese Flying UNIFORMS




Main Reference Material is from the "Imperial Japanese Army & Navy Uniforms and Equipment” Book, by Nakata and Nelson




E. Army Air Force Fur Lined Winter Flying Suit (New Style), dated Showa 19 (=1944) (Date is faded….maybe wrong), Belt missing, small storage stains,

Overall in EC Condition

(see page 118, Picture 361 and Picture #1)



450.00


G. Army Air Force Fur Lined Winter Flying Suit (New Style), dated Showa 17 (=1942) Small storage stains, small Abrasion on butt, small ¼” tear on shoulder area, Overall in EC Condition

(see page 118, picture 361 and pictures: 361 & #1)



500.00


M. Naval Landing Force (Marines) Captain’s CAP (2 x Black cloth bands around the base of the crown), top-black band has been removed to make an American’s CNAC shoulder-loop Rank, cloth badge on front was damaged when the band was removed, see pictures on web site, New Condition

( see page 113, Picture 330)


100.00




see Japan Page for Pictures:

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/japan_militaria.htm











6129 WWII Japanese Summer Enlisted JACKET




Main Reference Material is from the "Imperial Japanese Army & Navy Uniforms and Equipment” Book, by Nakata and Nelson




A. Small, Data Stamp reads: Model 98 Tosakuno 227, Showa 18 (=1943), and etc., OD Cotton with: 4-Pockets, Copper Buttons, 1 inside pocket, 1 Large Belt-Loop on Left-Side, paint stains and other minor stains, Top Button missing, EC

(see page 142, Picture 480 = very similar to this Jacket)


see Japan Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/japan_militaria.htm


150.00








6146 WWII British UNIFORMS



This will include Commonwealth Countries







B. British Olive Green Jungle SHIRT with “CHINDIT” Arcs (tabs) on both shoulders with a CHINDIT “FuDog” Patch on the right SSI. Near-New, EC+

see British Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm



sold


D. Australian OG Wool P-40 style Battle Dress Jacket, dated 1941, size 16(label reads: Height 6’ 1” – 6’ 2” CHEST 39” – 40”), metal buttons except for epaulets, made by “Chief Clothing CO” of Sydney, very-minor wear, EC+
Approximate Measurements:

Chest = 46+

Shoulder seam-to-seam = 19

Shoulder seam to end of cuff = 27

Sleeve = 36 1/2

Waist = 35+




250.00


E. British OD Wool P-40 Battle Dress Jacket, dated 1943, size 15 (chest is 47+ inches), named, made by McDonger LTD(?), could be New(?)

sold


F. British OD Wool P-40 Battle Dress Jacket, dated 1943,

size 18 (chest = 48”, neck = 16.5”, sleeve = 34”, shoulder seam to seam = 20”, shoulder seam to end-of-cuff 24”, neck seam to bottom of hem = 21.5”),

waist buckle is bent (can be straighten by buyer - see picture),

1 broken button, made by Lipman & Silver (Uniform Specialists) Hull,

very-minor wear, EC+

(label reads: Height 6’ 2”, Breast 43” to 44”, Waist 38” to 39”)

(as one Englishman said...”next size-up would be a barrage balloon”)

(button & buckle damage occurred in a rag-mill --- not by wear)


sold



H. British Parachutist’s OD Wool P-40 Battle Dress Jacket, dated 1944,

size 16 (M/R), “Parachute Regiment” maroon wool arcs on both shoulders,

light-blue man & Pegasus on maroon wool sleeve insignia,

Parachute Badge on right sleeve, 1 small hole on lower right sleeve (see picfile), made by The Regg Clothiers, Looks Good, minor wear, EC+

(Insignia is Post-WWII - probably put-together for a re-enactor)


sold

K. Tropical Flyer’s Boots, approximate size 10R, Brown Leather/Cloth Wellington style boots of Superior quality workmanship, lined witrh soft leather, inside bootstraps, no maker’s stamps/etc., hobnail heels, Worn by an American USAAF Pilot, stamped inside with his: serial number, fullname, and rank. Khaki cloth has worn through along the backstraps, less that average wear, GC+

sold


see this Web page for Pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/british_militaria.htm





L. British Leather Jerkin with OD Wool Lining, Size 1 ( chest = 44+, back = 29 ½ ), dated January 18, 1943, (see picfiles for complete label), British white cloth label has a red ink over-stamp which reads: “Champion Philadelphia”, also has a small red stamp which looks similar to the “AN” inspector stamps on regular U.S. militaria items from WWII, below the cloth label is a black oval stamp reading: “N.Z. D.” “JAN 18 1943” (also has a MOD broad arrow), 4 x large Brown buttons, wear scuffs mainly on the upper back/neck area, looks like a Pilot or Driver wore it as it has wrinkles from being in a seat for long periods, one 1/8” deep-scuff on the lower back (does not go through the leather) near the hem, 2 x 1/8” moth holes and 4-5 moth nips near the hem, overall in above-average condition, GC+
see on Foreign, British/UK page

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inquire







6150 Post-WWII British UNIFORMS




A. 1968 Pattern DPM Trousers Size 5 (Medium), GC

sold

B. English Household Cavalry TROUSERS, Khaki cotton NO. 3 Dress Trousers, size 19 (36 X 28), dated 1957, EC

40.00


C. OD serge BLOUSE (Ike Jacket style), size 8 (aprx size 41L), dated 1951, New

40.00







6156 French Uniforms




A. M-1947 Brown Cotton Tropical 4-pocket JACKET, Epaulets, Button Cuff-Tab, covered button-front, inside string waist adjustment, size 112-L/GM (aprx 42-43 Regular), Stamped "S.P.M.S.A. PARIS" in neck and "ARMEE 1951 4 SFH 1", Jacket is Light-Brown but the Top-Pocket Flaps are a shade of OG and both have an embroidered "F" in the Center of a Diamond-Shaped embroidery(?), soiled collar and minor stains/scuffs on back(see pics), worn 3-4 times (never washed), EC
(I talked to some French Collectors and none of them have seen the "F" on

the TOP flaps before....THIS is a Factory sewing job....not done later!!!!)



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inquire

B. M-1950 OD Wool 4-pocket TROUSERS, size 24 (34 X 29.5), no date, New



1-2

inquire


C. M-1950 OD Wool 4-pocket TROUSERS, size 24 (33.5 x 30.5), no date, New



1-2

inquire


D. OD Cotton Field JACKET, size M/R (92L), 4 x Pockets, VELCRO Rank on Front, "ARMEE FRANCAISE" stencilled on Left SSI, Older Model with Button Sleeves, GC+

-2-


inquire

E. TA-47 OD 6-pocket TROUSERS, metal buttons, cloth cuff tabs, stamped inside waist band: “JBS 4-53 47”, paper label reads “47” (I assume 47 is the size), red ink overstamp reads: “MADE IN FRANCE 100% Cotton 40”, New

-5-


inquire


F. TA-47 OD 6-pocket TROUSERS, brown plastic buttons, cloth cuff Tabs, stamped inside waist band: “2-55 BC 47”, red ink stamp reads: “MADE IN FRANCE 100% Cotton 40”, New

-5-


inside

G. TA-47 OD 6-pocket TROUSERS, brown plastic buttons, cloth cuff Tabs,

stamped inside waist band: “Made in France REG 38073 100% Cotton 36 35” rub-hole in right cargo pocket, NWSM



-5-


inside

H. TA-47 OD 6-pocket TROUSERS, brown plastic buttons, cloth cuff Tabs,

stamped inside waist band: “D. DELCROIX FLERS 37”, red ink stamp reads: “MADE IN FRANCE 100% Cotton 38”, New



-5-


inquire

K. OD Cotton 4-pocket JACKET, Epaulets, Button Cuff-Tab, covered button-front, inside string waist adjustment, stamped “E.R.W.I. 55”, “26” is crossed-out and re-stamped “3”, New

-5-


inquire






See French items on Clothing page













6178 WWII German Items




A. Black Leather Dispatch Case, see web site, static display item, GC
see on German page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/german_militaria.htm


125.00

D. M-35 Field Police Helmet (Double Decal), dated 1939

see pictures and description on Site


see on German page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/german_militaria.htm


sold


G. early1930s NAZI towel/runner/banner or ?...see web site for details and pics
see on German page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/german_militaria.htm


400.00

K. late-1930s to 1940s Bakelite Fuse Holders with screw-on cap,

see details on web site

(10 in stock)
see on German page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/german_militaria.htm


2-3

inquire








6180 West German Items




D. Medium, Gray/Green Wool Sweater (High-Quality),

German Flags on both shoulders, EC+


45.00


F. Large - XL ( chest = 50”, 35”+, back = 28.5” ), dated 1957, Camouflage FIELD JACKET, with "RI-RI" OG Plastic Zipper, pebble-pattern snaps, Data Label reads: “OBERRH KLE DERWERKE APPENW../BADEN 8400/12/120 2275 177 100 45 63 JAN. 1957”, missing 4 x Buttons, all Glove-Snaps are good, minor light-green paint stains, no hood, not sure of pattern but has “falling rain lines” in it, Excellent Color, EC+

( see Pictures on German page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/id48.htm )



sold


H. Possible FallSchirmJaeger (FSJ) OD Jump Smock/Long Jacket.

4 pockets with “C & C” zippers, Excellent Condition (Consigned to ed)

( Go to this Web page for Pictures http://www.ljmilitaria.com/id48.htm )

inquire














6200 - 6299 Sleeping GEAR












see USMC page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm











6206 WWI U. S. Army Blanket




B. dated 1-3-18, made by Portland Woolen Mills, S.F. Depot, marked "U.S.",

not perfect but in Good Condition Plus for it's age, see the pictures, Used


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

sold








6208 USMC Wool BLANKETs




Forest Green Blankets

see this page for pics http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm







C. dated 1952 (NOm-63632), "USMC" stencilled on blanket, has a 2 5/8" Black Band on each end, made by Peerless woolen Mills, looks new, NWSM

sold


D. no label or USMC markings, a few small holes, GC+

40.00

G. minor wear, a few small holes from mothing, Excellent display item, GC+

sold







6210 USMC WWII Era Folding-Cot COVER




A. TAN Canvas, stamped "U. S. M. C.", minor wear, minor stains, EC

(this shade of Tan looks like a pre-WWII color)


( see pictures on this page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm )


125.00







6212 M-1940 Series Sleeping Bag




M-1940 Sleeping Bag, P.Q.D. 72, Dated June 5, 1941 Philadelphia Q.M.D., Lightweight and Small.

Has an OD Rubberized Outershell on the Bottom for Moisture Protection,

Bottom Pad is a Thin Layer of Down(?) Padding covered by quilted thin Brown Cotton Poplin. Top Cover is a Single Layer of thin Brown Cotton Poplin sewn to one-side & foot area; with a Row of Snaps on the right-side.

It has an OD Rubberized Fold-Over Hood with Drawcords.


(see DOUGHBOY to GI, Page 227 for references to pre-WWII Bags)






A. dated 6/27/41, Contract W669 Q. M. 12592,

Made by American Pad & Textile Co., with the Inspector's Name on the Reverse side of the Tag. The Rubberized Cover is very supple, 2 small tears in the foot-area of the Top Cover, Overall in EC


sold








6216 OD Rubber COVER for the Mountain Sleeping Bag




WWII Era, Large Olive Drab Rubberized Bag with shoelace Closure




A. dated March 1945, Tent Spec. P.Q.D. 229D, New

45.00







6220 Intermediate Cold Weather Sleeping BAG




Olive Green, Current-Issue, Synthetic Fiber-filled Bag




A. Dated 1981, New

sold







6224 Patrol Sleep BAG




OG, Very Lightweight Bag, Label reads (in part): "Modular", "Water Repellant", "used in temperatures down to 30 degrees Fahrenheit", and "Stock Number 8465-01-395-1154". Label also reads: "can be used with a Black Inner Bag"




A. Dated 1996, (SPO #), Very Minor Wear, Near-New

(I have never seen this "Patrol" Bag before!)




160.00







6230 USMC M-1945 Sleeping Bag CASE (Cover)




Water Repellent made of Rayon/Nylon type Material. Stamped "USMC" near the foot in Large Letters. Stock No. 27-C-123-45, SPEC No. JAN-C-707,

Marine Corps Depot of Supplies, Phila.


(This must be a RARE Cover!)





A. Dated 20 Dec., 1951, still has the Lace, NWSM

125.00







6242 OG NYLON Sleeping Gear (RVN Era)




A. Dated 1968, EC

10.00

B. Dated 1968, EC

25.00

C. Dated 1968, EC

25.00

(d. was last letter used)










6246 OG Cotton Cot COVER (RVN Era)




A. Dated 1967, repaired and 1 hole, otherwise GC

35.00







6250 OG Rubber Pneumatic (air) MATTRESS




Used in the filed to sleep-on (Stanton's RVN Era Book, page 183)




D. Dated 1967 (DSA-100-67-C-1068), GC

50.00







6252 WWII Era Jungle HAMMOCK




with Mosquito Netting

( see Doughboy to GI, page 228 )





B. Khaki/OD color, no date, probably never used, 3" rip in rubber, otherwise EC

100.00

C. Olive Green (probably late war), no date, some of the End-Ropes replaced, EC

125.00

F. OG (instruction sheet is done in the same style as the M-1945 Cargo Pack data sheets), no date label, minor verdigris on hardware, NWSM

200.00








6254 RVN Era OG NYLON Lightweight Jungle HAMMOCK




with Mosquito BAR & ROPES, similar style to WWII Hammocks, not shown or explained in any book I have seen




A. no date, New

125.00

C. dated 1965, Stock No. 8465-082-2080, Looks New but the end ropes have been tied, NWSM

150.00








6256 OG Nylon HAMMOCK




Simple Hammock made from netting and Ropes on the ends




C. New with rust on the end rings

23.00







6260 RVN Era OG Sleeping Shirt SHIRT (Vietnam Period)




OG-106 Man's Pullover Sleep Shirt, Circa 1968 - 1969,

OG, 2-Button, Nylon/Triacetate, Tricot (see Stanton's RVN Book, page 183)


see picture on Clothing page




G. Small, EC

sold

I. Medium, Repaired, GC

20.00

J. Medium, Repaired, GC

20.00

K. Small, New

60.00

L. Medium, stains on back, GC

sold

P. Small, Dated 1969, New

60.00

Q. Small, Dated 1969, New

60.00

Z. Large, Dated 1969, EC

sold

AB. Large, Dated1969, New

sold

AD. Small, Dated 1969, New (6 in stock)

60.00

AF. Small, Dated 1969, New (23 in stock)

60.00







6261 Olive Green Sleeping SHIRT (Post-RVN Era)




Similar to #6260 with 2-Button Front




A. Large, Dated 1983, GC+

20.00

B. Medium, Dated 1979, near-new, EC+

30.00

C. Large, Dated 1983, GC+

20.00

D. Small, Dated 1979, GC+

20.00

E. XL, no label, GC

sold







6262 OG Sleeping SHIRT (Later Issue)




Similar to item #6260 but with a Zippered Closure instead of buttons.

Made of Nylon/Acetate Tricot Knit






B. Large, Dated 1991, GC+

15.00

C. Medium, no date, GC+

10.00

D. Small, tag faded, GC+

10.00







6290 WWII SHELTER-HALF ("Pup-Tent" Half), Early Style




WWI and Early WWII Style Without a Front Flap with Metal Buttons.

(Officially referred to as a "Quarter Shelter" (4 men could join there Tents-Quarters together and form a Shelter with closures at both ends)

(see WWII GI Book, pages: 26 and 27 and USMC in WWII Book, page 56)





(one in stock, not listed, ask)













6294 U. S. Army OG SHELTER-HALF ("Pup-Tent" Half)




Replaced #6290, Snap or Button Type Closure

(Similar Style as #6296) (see Doughby to GI, page 224)






B. Dated 1974, Snap, minor dirt stains, New

40.00

C. Dated 1945, Button, minor stains and small abrasions, New

40.00

D. Dated 1952, Button, EC

40.00

E. Dated 1945, Button, minor stains, New

50.00

F. Dated 1963, Snap, NWSM

50.00

G. Dated 1945, Button, NWSM

60.00

K. Dated 1967, Snap, NWSM

75.00

M. 2 x "halfs" found snapped-together, (one dated 1967, other 1968(?)), EC+

125.00







6295 USMC WWII Camouflage SHELTER-HALF (Pup-Tent Half)




Green to Brown Reversible Camouflage, Style Similar to #6294.

(Replaced the Early Style #6290),.

(see USMC in WWII Book, page 56 and Doughboy to GI, page 225)





L. No Date (Label removed), Needs repairs, As-New Color, EC
(largest hole is 1.5" long, other very minor holes)
(I Don't think this item was ever used, comes with 6 Tent Pegs)


275.00

P. Label Missing, As-New Color!, Minor corrosion on grommets, 2-inch tear on bottom edge, EC

( see Marine Page for pictures: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm )




300.00


Q. Paper Label (date faded), unit marked on brown side, As-New Color!

Many Government repairs, small paint stain, small holes, corrosion on Grommets, GC


(Never seen a Paper Label before, made by Powers & CO, Contract No. 46469)

( see Marine Page for pictures: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm )





200.00


V. Dated 194., by Powers & CO, Contract Nom-42506, As-New Color!

Minor corrosion on Grommets, Needs Repairs, EC

(largest hole is a tear 2" x 2.5" & "L" shaped;

other holes are: 1", ½", 3/16", maybe other minor holes)



sold


W. Dated 1943, by Powers & CO, Contract Nom-39621, Good color, made with 2 different bolts of camo cloth (color and material texture mixed), minor corrosion on Grommets, Needs Repairs, Unit Marked, ½ of a Grommet is missing, minor stains, EC
6295W and Y are on the Marine GEAR page

250.00


Y. Dated 1944, by Powers & Co., Contract NOM. 46469, As-New Color! Needs Repairs, corrosion on Grommets, EC

Have extra picfiles (largest hole is 5/8", other minor holes)


sold


AA. last suffix used



see Marine Gear Page for pictures













6296 USMC M-1953 Pattern Camouflage SHELTER-HALF




The "Mitchell" (M-1953) Camouflage Pattern Replaced #6295.

(This Pattern is similar to the RVN Era Reversible M-1 Helmet Cover)

(see Lyles' Vietnam Book, pages 14-15 (shows Helmet Cover and Shelter-Half))





H. No label, Excellent Color, Markings on Brown Side, minor abrasions, 3/8” slit, small Marine Field Repair, and small dark stains(ask for picture), EC

175.00


P. Dated 1953, Excellent Color! 1-grommet needs to be repaired,needs small repairs, minor snags, minor stains, EC

sold


Q. no date, Excellent Color! Very Minor Wear, small field repair, Blacken-out name on Green Side, EC

sold


R. Label fully readable, dated 1953, Excellent Color, two very minor snags, EC

195.00

T. No Markings, New

sold







see Marine Gear Page for pictures:












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