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Parts for Pup-Tents

Modern Issue:Pegs (Orange Color), Center Poles, and Ropes are Available. (Some Poles have RVN Era Dates)










6297 USMC Shelter-Half Tie-Down STRAPS (Camo)




Camouflage Horseshoe Bedroll (Equipment) Strap, 1" Wide with Black Metal Buckle. General Purpose Strap used to Tie Equipment to the Pack.

(see Doughboy to GI, page 225)







A. WWII Camouflage, New (Quantity)

30.00

B. Korean War Era Camouflage, New (Quantity)

25.00







6298 USMC Horseshoe Bedroll Tie-Down STRAPS (Khaki)




Khaki Strap (36") with Brass Buckle used to tie the Shelter-Half (or Blanket) "Horseshoe" Bedroll to the Pack, Circa 1920 - 1940s (?).





A. Khaki, a few-stitches have come-loose(can be sewn), minor stains, EC

(6298A & B came from same Veteran)



50.00

B. Khaki, very minor storage stains, EC+

(6298A & B came from same Veteran)



50.00







See straps on USMC Gear Page
















6300 - 6399 SOCKS










6318 U. S. Army WWII Tan Lightweight SOCKS




Tan Light-weight Socks (top 4" is elastic) for wear with Dress Shoes.

(I can find no reference on the exact use of these socks so I am using experience and reasoning on what footgear they were worn with)







D. Size 12, New

35.00

E. Size 11 (size not marked), New

35.00

F. Size 10 ½, New ( 5 pair )

35.00

G. size 11, New ( 4 pair )

35.00













6320 U. S. Army WWII OD Lightweight SOCKS




OD Light-weight Socks (top 4" is elastic) for wear with Dress Shoes.

(Similar to #6318)

(I can find no reference on the exact use of these socks so I am using experience and reasoning on what footgear they were worn with)





A. Size 11, New

35.00

B. Size 11, New

35.00

C. Size 11, New

35.00

F. Size 10 (not marked), EC+

25.00







6324 U.S. Army Low-Quarter Dress SOCKS (Black)




Black Light-weight Socks worn from the 1950'S to the Present Day

RVN Era Collectors will want the "Old Style" Socks





A. Medium (10-13), Cotton/Nylon, EC

4.00

B. Medium (10 1/2 - 11 1/2), Cotton (Old Style), New

sold

C. Medium (10 1/2 - 11 1/2), Cotton (Old Style), New

sold

D. Medium (10 - 13), Cotton/Nylon, GC

4.00







6340 WWII Era OD/OG Cushion Sole Wool Boot SOCKS




Medium-weight Socks with the Tops Folded-Over and Hemmed (No Elastic)

(Doughboy to GI, page 161 and WWII GI, page 26)







I. Size 10, Light Shade of OG, Mis-matched pair, EC+

sold

J. Size Small, Light Shade of OG, Mis-matched pair, small hole, GC+

10.00

K. Size Small, OD, stamped with the Last-Four, EC

25.00

L. size 10 ½, last-4 stamped inside top, New ( 2 pair )

35.00













6350 RVN Era OG Cushion Sole Boot SOCKS




(none in stock)










6354 OG Cushion Sole Boot SOCKS (Issue)





Circa 1976 to 1993(+/-)





A. Small, New ( 1 pair in stock )

12.00

B. Medium, New

sold

C. Large, New ( 16 pair in stock )

14.00

D. XL, New ( 3 pair in stock )

15.00













6355 Black Cushion Sole Boot SOCKS (Issue)





Circa 1976 to 1993(+/-)





A. Small, New ( 1 pair in stock )

12.00

B. Medium, New ( none in stock )




C. Large, New ( 11 pair in stock )

14.00



















6380 Sand Shade-115 Knee-Length Bermuda Shorts SOCKS




Issued from 1956 to 1962 for wear with the "Abbreviated Cotton Uniform"

(see Stanton's Cold War Book, pages 108/112)







A. Size 10, Marked with GI's Last-Four, New

35.00

B. Size Small/Medium, Marked with the GI's Last-Four, GC

15.00

C. Size Small/Medium, Marked with the GI's Last-Four, GC

15.00

D. Size 11 1/2, Marked with the GI's Last-Four, New

35.00

E. Mis-Matched Pair, Sizes 11 1/2 & 11, New (good for display)

15.00

F. Size 11 1/2, FC+

10.00













6400 - 6499 Field Trousers and Suspenders










6404 WWII Era OG Elastic Field SUSPENDERS




1st Pattern Suspenders, replaced by the M-1950 Model
(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 185, Upper-Right Picture)





A. New (Quantity)

22.00

B. Used, EC

16.00

D. Used, GC

10.00







6406 M-1950 OG Elastic Trouser SUSPENDERS




Replaced #6404, Metal Hooks for attachment to Field Trousers

Will work on any Trousers with Belt Loops or Suspender Loops







A. New

5.00

B. EC

4.00

C. GC

3.00

F. Dated 24 April 1951, still wrapped in string, New

10.00

G. Dated 24 April 1952, still wrapped in string, New

10.00

H. Dated 24 April 1952, still wrapped in string, New

10.00

I. Dated 24 April 1952, still wrapped in string, New

10.00

J. Dated 24 April 1952, still wrapped in string, New

10.00

K. Dated 4 June 1952, still wrapped in string, New

10.00







6412 Probably Fireman’s Canvas OG Trousers




Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot Label, one person identified these as WWII Fireman’s so I will use that ID, possibly used by the: Navy, Army, or Marines as the PQD did clothing for All Services.




B. 32 x 31, 2 rear-pockets with “V” cut flap with glove-snaps,

overlapping front flap closed with glove-snaps and a large metal “fireman-type buckle marked with an Anchor (similar Maker mark on Vietnam era buckles),

metal suspender buttons with 13-stars, female glove-snaps on waist to hang a liner,

One side Leather Waist-adjuster, snaps made by “United Carr”,

several storage marks/stains, never washed = Excellent Color,

overall in 85% condition, minor wear, EC

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


300.00








6423 Khaki Cotton Cavalry BREECHES (Jodhpurs)




(see WWII GI Book, pages 8/9 and Doughboy to GI Book, page 109)




A. 33" Waist, Label Faded, "US Army" Metal Buttons, GC

75.00







6432 WWII Airborne Modified M-1943 Field TROUSERS





WWII Airborne Units Modified these M-43 Cotton Trousers in Different Styles.

(Very Rare Trousers)

( see WWII GI Book, pages 124 - 132 )






C. 25 x 28, Label Faded, (M-1943 Style Trousers, Item #6442),

Modifications: Large White Cargo Pockets added with Slanted Flaps

and White Tape Ties to keep the Cargo Pocket from moving when loaded,



OG Poplin Flaps added to: Both Back and Watch Pockets, EC+
( Modification Pocket Material is a Heavy-Weight White Water-Repellant

Canvas. Slanted Cargo Pocket Flaps have 3 Glove Snaps each.

Rear and Watch Pocket Flaps have 1-Glove Snap per Flap.

Leg Adjustment Tabs have been Removed. )




700.00


G. 28 x 27, label faded, (M-43 Trousers, similar to item #6442),

Modifications: Large Olive-Gray heavyweight Canvas Cargo Pockets

added with Straight Flaps, OG Tape Ties to keep the Cargo Pocket

from moving when loaded, OG Poplin Flaps added to Back and Watch Pockets, minor fraying, Last-4 stamped in several places, Laundry label still glued inside,

minor fraying, EC


( left cargo pocket-flap needs to be re-sewn about 2 inches, left rear pocket glove-snap has been bent (needs some re-rounding, might be fixable(?)),

2 x broken buttons on fly, 1 x button missing from cuff-adjuster.)



( if you need 3 vintage buttons for replacements, ask! )
( Modification Pocket Material is a Heavy-Weight Olive-Grey Water-Repellant

Canvas. Cargo Pocket Flaps have 2 x Glove Snaps each. Rear and Watch Pocket

Flaps have 1-Glove Snap per Flap. Leg Adjustment Tabs still present )
( several detailed pictures available, if you have a GOOD ISP )


825.00








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













6436 M-1943 Olive Drab Cotton Field TROUSERS (HBT)




Similar to #6438 but made of Herringbone Twill (HBT) Cotton Material
( Field Trousers fit-over your Fatigue or Wool Trousers )
Extremely Rare!
( See #6438 for Reference Book s)





B. 36 x 30.5, gauze label missing, stamped label readable, washed once(?), Excellent Color, EC+

400.00

F. 41.5 x 35 (Large), Date faded, minor stains, Minor Wear, EC+

(Excellent Color, label is about 20%, waistband and label reads: "40 x 34")

440.00













6438 M-1943 Olive Drab Cotton Field TROUSERS (Poplin)



Regular Cotton Material ( 9oz (?) )

Leg and Waist Adjustment Tabs

Inside Cloth Loops and Buttons for Suspenders ( Braces )

2-Front and 2-Rear Slash Pockets, plus a Watch Pocket


Waist Adjustment Tabs Face Forward ( see #6442 )
(This Section contains Trousers with Patterns Dated 1943 - 1945)
(Field Trousers fit-over your Fatigue or Wool Trousers)
(Stanton's KW Book, pages 78/79)

(WWII GI, pages 85)

(Doughboy to GI, pages 118/119)






A. 35.5 x 32.5, labels faded, (Very Light Shade of OD, almost the shade of Mountain Trousers), very minor stains, small field-repair on seam, EC

200.00


B. 32+ x 29.5, small repairs, minor fraying, GC

80.00

C. 35 x 32, Label faded, EC

175.00

D. 30 x 29.5, stains, GC+

70.00

G. 31 x 32, minor stains, EC

120.00

H. 34 X 30, Dated 1944, (P.D.Q. No. 371-B Dated Feb. 29, 1944 Type I),

Brown stains on the Butt from storage (Looks like a Hot-Iron scorched the Butt(?)), NWSM




170.00


L. 29 x 31.5, (Label faded), reddish stains in the crotch area, otherwise EC+

100.00

M. 32 x 35, No Data Labels, NWSM

200.00



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