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6500 - 6599 Field SHIRTS & etc.










(see 37xx for Other Wool Items)










6528 WWII Era Olive Drab Wool SHIRT




Many Different-Shades and Pattern-Variations were made.

(Missing Gas Flaps and Hood Buttons may not be noted)

(see Doughboy to GI, pages 64 - 67)





B. 14 1/2 X 32, GC+

sold

G. Small, SSG Stripes, left SSI 6TH Army, 2 x Overseas Bars, EC

sold

AA. Large 16 x 32 (measurements: chest = 48", shoulders = 18", sleeve = 22.5"), WWII cut-edge 29th Infantry Divsion left SSI, T-5 embroidered OG on Black Wool Stripes, still has Gas Flap, (shirt tail data label faded), EC+

(see Web Site for Pic)



sold


AD. CBI left SSI (local made), 14.5” – 15” x 33.5” (chest = 44”, shoulders = 18.5”, sleeve = 24”), fraying on neck otherwise in EC Condition, overall in GC+

(NOTE: small neck size for the Chest & Sleeve measurements)


sold


6536 Korean War (KW) Era OG-108 Wool FIELD SHIRT




Pattern Dated 16 September 1952

(see Stanton's Cold War Book, pages 148-153)

(Common Patches and Badges will not be Noted)


sold


6540 OG-108 Wool/Nylon FIELD SHIRT




Updated Version of Item #6536

sold







6600 - 6799 U.S. Navy Uniforms (USCG & other Maritime items)










see 4700 - 4779 for other U. S. Navy Work Caps













See 7450 - 7599 for Navy Corpsman's Utility Clothing













6670 Enlisted Man's Blue Dress JUMPER (Top)




C. USS COCHRANE (DDG-21) right shoulder ARC(Tab), “VIETNAM” Liberty Cuffs, Jumper made in a Tailor shop of lightweight material with the Sailor’s name embroidered on the label, TALON zipper on the left-side, 7-Ribbon Bar with 3-Campaign Stars (see picture), has a propeller on left sleeve with 1 Red inverted Chevron(E-4), High-Quality material and workmanship, EC+

Measurements:

Chest = 42”+

Sleeve = 33”+

Back = 25”

(These Liberty Cuffs are UnCommon=I have never seen this design before)

Listed on Ship’s Patch page in USS Cochrane section


sold

D. VA-127 with “ATKRON 127” Right Shoulder ARC(tab), “VIETNAM” Liberty Cuffs, Issue Jumper modified with a left-side zipper but the cover has been hand stitched shut(can be re-opened), rank is winged-propeller with 2 Red inverted Chevrons(E-5) with a Red Stripe near right cuff(4 years service?), label needs to be resewn, “ITF” stenciled inside, “TSG” and “ISG” on label along with his last name, Used
Measurements:

Chest = 39”+

Sleeve = 32 ½”

Back = 26”
Listed on VA-127 Patch page/section

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6724 WWII U. S. Navy OLIVE GREEN HBT SHIRT




Similar to the USMC M-1941 Pattern Shirt but have Metal Buttons with Laurel Leaves and Stars on the Surround. (see Doughboy to GI, page 73)




AS. Size 38 (Medium 0 Large), stamped inside with an Anchor and "U S", Contract Number "NXSX 69132", New

100.00


BS. size 38(Medium-Large), stamped inside with ANCHOR & "U.S.", Contract Number "NXSX 69132", New

100.00


C. 38, (S/R), stamped "U.S.N." on Pocket, Stamped in Nack: “38 CONTRACT NO. NXSX-40878” (From data I have collected on NXSX contract numbers I would put this shirt circa late-1943), back neatly stencilled in large Yellow letters: "RATLEYS RANGERS CBMU 517", rust stains, excellent color (washed 2-3 times?), minor wear, Used
Measurements:

Chest = 42+

Shoulder seam to seam = 20 ½+

Sleeve = 33+

Back = 28+
See on Navy page, Brown Water page, SEABEE section


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6754 WWII HBT OG 6-Panel Baseball CAP




(similar to the USAAF A-3 Mechanic's Cap which is shown in Doughboy to GI, page 31)
(see the comparable USAAF cap #9946)





CS. 7 3/8 (Large), Stamped "USN NXSX 36916", New

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ES. 7 1/4 (Medium), Stamped "USN NXsx - 74662", New

sold

FS. 7 1/4 (Medium), Stamped "USN NXsx - 74662", New

sold

J. 7 1/8 (Medium), Stamped "NXSX - 70219", New

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L. 7 (Medium), Stamped "USN, CONT. NXSX 93449", New

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N. 7 1/8 (Medium), Stamped "U.S.N. NXsx - 74662", New
See the 6-Panel caps on the Headgear page


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6766 Miscellaneous USN Baseball CAPS




Local-Made or Modified-Issue Baseball Style Caps

(One-Size-Fits-All Unless Notated)






C. Navy Blue, "HONOR THE MEMORY....PEARL HARBOR", EC

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D. Navy Blue, "USS CROMMELIN (FFG-37)", GC

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E. Black, "BALUT THE EGG WITH LEGS", FC

(a "Balut" is an egg from the Philippines with a chicken embryo inside)


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G. Black, "RUSSIA SUCKS" shows an American Eagle receiving a "Monica" from a Russian Bear, EC

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H. Navy Blue, Size 7 1/8, RVN Era Officer's Wool Cap, Made in U.S.A,

Bullion Embrodiered: "SAIGON", Officer's Device, and on Bill,

3 Moth Nips on underside of Bill, EC

(Rare Cap.....I have other RVN Era Caps from this Officer)


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R. medium (no size label) VP-48, Crew 3(?), dated 1978,

probably made in Japan due to the high quality workmanship,

E-4 stripes and Aircrew wing embroidered on front,

Sides and back also have direct embroidery, EC


See on Headgear page

inquire








6776 OG Deck JACKET




Looks like WWII Rayon(synthetic) Material. Talon zippered front with overlapping Buttoned Windflap (the flap buttons: right-to-left, zipper slide is on the right-side), Sleeves have knits inside for wind-protection, Pile collar & lining, 2 slash Front Pockets, and Drawstring bottom.

(I have tried to Identify this Jacket but no luck. It must be a VERY RARE Deck Jacket. Material is similar to the cloth used on early B-15 Rayon Flying Jackets)







A. Medium, Probably WWII - Korean War Era, (Rare Jacket?)

Label reads: "NAVY DEPARTMENT Contract NXsx 77139P Size MEDIUM" (the first “7” was added later by hand), Hidden knits on each sleeve(see picfile), Talon Zipper with Buttons, Slash handwarmer Pockets, 4 metal grommeted ventitalation holes in each armpit, 2 metal grommeted water-drain holes on each side near hem, one tiny 1/16” hole on back of sleeve(see picfile), Very minor wear and stains, EC+ (Rare Jacket)


Measurements:

Chest = 41

Shoulder seam to seam = 18 ¾

Sleeve to end of cuff = 34

Back = 25 ¾
Listed on Clothing page


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(For USN Jungle Fatigues see #7916)










6800 - 6899 WWII Era and Modern Ground Forces Coveralls/etc,










(see #88xx for Combat Vehicle Crewman's (CVC) Coveralls)

(see #95xx for Flying Coveralls)












6801 WWII ERA USAAF MECHANIC'S APRON




A. Type B-1 Spec. 3094, Dated 1942, GC

20.00







6826 M-1942 HBT Camouflage Coveralls



Developed by the Army but seldom worn by them;

Marines wore these heavyweight “frog-skin” suits into late-1944.
Came with built-in Suspenders – usually removed by the wearer due to the heavy load upon the shoulders.
See on Clothing page





F. size 36R, could be a 6-digit serial number stamped in the neck(?), suspenders removed(very common), very minor wear, washed once(?), overall condition is Excellent, Color Excellent, Used
Measurements:

Chest = 42

Sleeve = 33

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inquire

G. no size stamp(see measurements below), Unusual as it has 13-star buttons on the upper pockets vice the normal glove-snaps, suspenders removed(very common), very minor wear, washed once(?), overall condition is Excellent, Color Excellent, Used

I showed this suit to 10-12 Collector/Dealers at a recent Militaria show and none of them had ever seen one with 13-star buttons.


Measurements:

Chest = 42

Sleeve = 32+


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inquire


See on Clothing page











6830 M-1943 HBT Olive Drab HBT COVERALLS (One-Piece)




3rd Pattern HBT, Metal or Plastic Buttons.

(see Doughboy to GI, page 123 or WWII GI, page 22)






A. 38R (M/R), SMALL REPAIR, GC

50.00

B. 36L (S/L), MINOR NECK WEAR, USAF STRIPES, GC




C. SMALL ( S/R), PLASTIC BUTTONS, EC




F. 36L (S/L), BROWN STAINS, NWSM










6836 OG Cotton Sateen COVERALLS (RVN Era)




Similar to the older coveralls with: Metal Belt Buckle, 1-Upper Breast Patch-Pocket with buttoned flap, 2-lower Patch-Pockets with sewn-down flaps,

and Gas Flap.






A. Small, Dated 1963, New

100.00

B. Small, Dated 1963, NWSM

90.00







6840 OG Cotton Sateen COVERALLS




Summer Mechanic's Coveralls, 100% Cotton, Button Front.

sold

6844 RVN ERA Olive Green Mechanic's COVERALLS




Cold Weather Coveralls with Full-Length Zippered Front.




A. Large, Dated 1972, NWSM

sold

B. Large, Dated 1972, NWSM

sold

C. Medium, Dated 1972, Rear Zipper-Pull missing, GC+

sold

6846 Olive Green Cold Weather Mechanic's COVERALLS




Poly/Rayon Blend Coveralls with Zipper and Snap Front




C. Small, Dated 1979, FC

sold

E. Medium, Dated 1982, New

sold

H. Medium, Dated 1981, FC+

sold

J. Small, (Date Blacked-out), repaired, FC

sold













6900 - 6999 HELMETS for U. S. Ground Forces










Reference Books for Helmets:

Chris Armold's "Steel Pots"

Mark A. Reynosa's "The M-1 Helmet"











6904 M-1 HELMET (Steel Pot only)




Early M-1 Helmets had a Fixed-Bale

Later M-1 Helmets had a Swivel-Bale (see reference books)






C. Fixed-Bale, original Paint and chin-strap with Brass Buckle (chin strap has started to come-apart...still an excellent static display), GC+

see on Headgear page




sold

1960s Steel Pot, New-with-Storage-Marks ( 3-4 left in stock(?) )
6904AD………(sold)

6904AE………(sold)



6904AF……..

6904AG………(sold)



6904AH……

6904AI…….
See descriptions and pictures on the HEADGEAR page
I found a few New Condition M-1 Helmets with storage scrapes.

The Government stored these without the “waffle paper” between each helmet causing scrapes/etc.


see the pics on Headgear page

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inquire







6906 M-1 HELMET with LINER ( many are Complete )






These are not “put-together” items!
Some are more complete to include:

Camo Cover, Camouflage Elastic Band, & Sweatband.
(sample of approximate mailing costs for these items with Insurance are:

Germany via Air Mail $29.00......New York via Priority Mail $15.00)







E. RVN Era, Airborne, Steel Pot (EC), Reversible Cover dated 1963 (GC+), Liner with "T" style Neckband dated 196. (EC), Sweatband dated 1968 (GC),

RVN Era Camo Elastic Band (Rare), overall in GC+ - EC



sold


G. RVN Era, Steel Pot (EC), Liner dated 196. (EC), T-Neck strap dated 1965 (EC+), Sweatband dated 1965 (named on inside) (GC), Steel Pot dated 1964 (GC+), Overall in GC+ - EC

sold


I. RVN Era, Steel Pot (GC+), Liner dated 1967 (EC), Sweatband dated 1965 (EC), T-Neck strap not dated (EC+), Overall GC+

sold


J. RVN Era, Airborne, Steel Pot (GC), Liner dated 1968 named inside (GC+), Sweatband dated 1970 (GC), T-Band (GC+), Overall GC+

6 – 7


inquire

K. RVN Era, Military Policeman's (MP) Helmet, Steel Pot (GC+),

Reversible Cover not dated, "MP" on the Front of the Brown side of the Cover(GC+), Liner dated 1966(GC), Sweatband dated 1965(GC+),

T-Strap dated 1966(GC+), Overall in GC+

sold




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