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H. Filter Element (XM38), Dated 1969, New-in-Sealed-Package (6 in stock)

50.00

J. Gas mask, Lens is scratched & one is broken, GC

80.00

K. Carrier (Bag), stamped "L", minors tears on throat, GC+ ("L" = Large)

30.00

N. Gas Mask, named to "SFPD", EC - EC+

(SFPD = San Francisco Police Department)



100.00

P. Carrier (Bag), stamped "M", soiled and inner plastic bag has been cur-off,

good for display after it is washed, GC


15.00


Q. Carrier (Bag), stamped "L", New

65.00

R. Gas Mask, stamped "L", Near-New

125.00

S. Carrier (Bag), stamped "M", unit marked, EC+

45.00

V. Carrier, Marked "L", 1 minor stain on front, 2 x discolorations on back, very little wear, EC

See pics on Web Site, Equipment page

55.00


W. Carrier, Marked "L", minor rust stains on bottom, very little wear, EC

See pics on Web Site, Equipment page

55.00







7182 Olive Green Chemical Protective SUIT (Issue)




Excellent Cold Weather Gear




B. Medium, Shirt and Trousers, New-in-Package

All sold

C. Large, Trousers Only, New




D. Large, Trousers Only, New




E. Large, Trousers Only, with stains, EC




F. Large, Trousers Only, New




G. Medium, Trousers Only, small snag, GC




H. Medium, Trousers Only, EC




I. Extra Large, Trousers Only, New

All sold

7188 Type II Protective Chemical GLOVES




Gauntlet Style Black Rubber Gloves, DLA numbered with 1988-1992 Dates

NewPair of Gloves in-Plastic-Bag






A. Small

sold

B. Medium

Sold

C. Large

Sold

D. Extra-Large

sold







7200 - 7299 Holsters and Lanyards & Etc.










Reference Book: U. S. Military Holsters and Pistol Cartridge Boxes,

by Edward Scott Meadows


See pictures on the Weapons page











7206 Military Police (MP) Black Leather GEAR




Black Leather MP Gear, the Belt is 1 ¾" (+/-)
Most of the Hardware is Solid Brass and will have Verdigris.
(see Stanton's RVN Book, page 215, Shoulder Strap and Belt are shown)
(see Item #7208 for the MP First Aid Dressing Pouch)
Most belts are longer than they were stamped at the factory
See pictures on the Weapons page





B. Shoulder Strap(still wrapped with government string) and .45 Holster Hanger dated 1970, NWSM

sold


C. Military Police Shoulder Strap and .45 Holster Hanger dated 1970, Mint
(In Government Carton and the Strap is still tied with string) (29 in Stock)



41.00

D. Belt and Buckle, 29", Dated 1967, belt stamped “U.S. SF CO 28 1967”, buckle stamped “SOLID”, EC

75.00


E. Belt and Buckle, 29 1/2", Dated 1967, belt stamped “U.S. ALPCO 28 1967”, buckle stamped “SOLID BRASS USA” with the maker’s anchor mark, EC…..Used
(The Anchor maker’s mark is very common on Army buckles/etc. for the RVN Era)


75.00


H. Belt and Buckle, 31", Dated 1973, belt stamped “U.S. BOLEN LEA PROD 1973 SPRINGFIELD , TENN. 30”, buckle stamped “SOLID BRASS”, EC

75.00


M. Belt and Buckle, 33 ½”, Dated 1974, belt stamped “U.S. CATHEY ENTERPRISES 32 1974”, buckle stamped “SOLID BRASS USA” with the maker’s anchor mark, EC……Used


75.00


N. Belt and Buckle, 35", Dated 1977, belt stamped “U.S. BOLEN LEA PROD 1977 SPRINGFIELD , TENN. 34”, buckle stamped "US(A)", written in ink on the inside is: “.1888 REAL GI” (+ etc.), EC


75.00


P. Belt, 38", No Date, 3 extra holes punched for adjusting, GC+


sold

Q. Brass Buckle, stamped "US(A)", EC
( used with Black Leather MP Belt )


38.00

T. Black Leather, swiveled, Night Stick HOLDER, dated 1965, made by “Bijou L. C.”, stamped “U. S.”, minor wear, EC+

( found with item 7206U )



sold


U. Black Leather First Aid Dressing Pouch, dated 1965, made by Rockwelt,

scrapes on reverse, minor wear, GC+


( found with item 7206T )

47.00


BA. Complete MP Rig (less nightstick/holder), came from a sergeant’s Estate, I wiped it with Lexol and a paper towel….leather still supple, less than average cracking in the leather stress points, dates run from 1950 to 1955, it was worn in Vietnam in mid-1960s, holster by “Bloomberg Leather GDS. 8-51, _.R.T.”, 1st Aid pouch dated 1950, Mag pouch is by “L-F CO 1951 M R T 9-51”, Belt is a “BOYT 55” size 38, shoulder strap/holster hanger by “J.Q.M.D. 1950 E.N.S.”, most items are stamped “US”, minor verdigris, oldest Black Leather Rig I have owned, EC

See on Weapons page:



sold


BB. Black Leather, swiveled, Night Stick HOLDER, dated 1972, made by “BOLEN LEA. PROD.”, stamped “U. S.”, does not look used, NWSM

( From a USAAF to USAF retiree--found with item 7206BC )



sold


BC. Black Leather First Aid Dressing Pouch, dated 1950, stamped on reverse “J.Q.M.D. 1950 E.N.S. FHB US”, tape residue on reverse, minor wear, EC
( From a USAAF to USAF retiree--found with item 7206BB )

59.00


BD. Belt only, 36”, cannot read the date, belt stamped “U.S. CATHEY ENTERPRISES 36 ….”, Buckle retainer strap has 1-broken snap (the other 2 are still functional so the belt is usable), shows lots of wear (needs redyed or painted), many years of wear left, good+ condition GC+

45.00


BE. Belt only, 40”, only factory stamp is “40”, lots of wear, 3 extra holes crudely punched in it (probably for a small child?), can be redyed or painted, good condition, GC


45.00


BF. Belt only, 38”, dated 1974, belt stamped “U.S. CATHEY ENTERPRISES 38 1974”, Buckle retainer strap has 1-broken snap (the other 2 are still functional so the belt is usable), EC

50.00



BG. Belt only, 36”, dated 1974, belt stamped “U.S. CATHEY ENTERPRISES 36 1974”, Buckle retainer strap has 1-broken snap (the other 2 are still functional so the belt is usable), 1 extra hole crudely punched, good+ condition, GC+


50.00



BH. Belt only, 36”, dated 1974, belt stamped “U.S. CATHEY ENTERPRISES 36 1974”, Buckle retainer strap has 1-broken snap (the other 2 are still functional so the belt is usable), sliding belt loop retainer strap is missing, belt is still function, EC

40.00


BJ. Belt only, 35”, dated 1974, belt stamped “U.S. ALPCO 35 1974”, Buckle retainer strap has 1-broken snap (the other 2 are still functional so the belt is usable), sliding belt loop retainer strap is missing, belt is still function, probably never worn, EC+


40.00



These items from the same Vietnam Veteran:
BK-A. Black Leather Baton (nightstick) HOLDER, dated 1969, stamped “Bolen Leather Product 1969”, EC
BK-B. Black Leather 2-Pocket .45 Magazine POUCH, dated 1955, stamped “U S MILSCO 1955”stitching at top has rotted (see pictures), EC
BK- C. Olive Green Plastic WHISTLE, dated 1969, with Lanyard, EMBOSSED: “U S G.P.I. 1969”, EC+
BK- D. White Gloves, stained – GC


85.00

75.00
45.00


20.00







7208 Military Police (MP) Black Leather First-Aid POUCH




Pouch slides over the Leather Belt and is worn on the Right-Side.
(see Stanton's RVN Book, page 215, Pouch is shown on the Wearer's Right-Side)
(see Item 7206. for the MP Leather Belt)





B. MP Black Leather First Aid Field Dressing CASE(Pouch), Stock number 8465-00-273-1860, DLA100-84-C-4308, dated “A-2/85” on GI cardboard Carton, New-in-Government-Brown-Tissue-Paper-Wrapping, NEW
( see pictures on MP and Weapons page )











7210 Military Police (MP) White NYLON Pistol LANYARD




2 x Black Plastic Slide-Adjusters, Snap marked with the Anchor and “Made in USA” (I don’t know the Company name but the Anchor-stamp shows-up on a great-percentage of the Rucksack Metal Slides of the RVN Era)

Dated 1975 (DLA 100-75-C-0001), for the .45 Pistol, FSN 8465-262-5237






A. New-in-Plastic-Bag with data label

40.00







7211 USMC WWII Cotton Pistol/Revolver LANYARD




Flat Khaki Cotton Web Strap (5/8" x 64") with Shoulder Loop.

Other end has a Black Metal Snap-Hook to attach to the Ring on a Pistol Butt


(see “Grunt Gear” (USMC Combat Infantry Equipment of WWII)

by Alec S. Tulkoff, page 288)





A. No markings, New (Quantity)


85.00







7212 USMC Braided Pistol LANYARD (probably for Military Police)




Probably used by Marine MPs: Red and Yellow Braid with Brass Hardware.
(I was told, by the “older”, retired Marines at the San Diego Shows these were used from the WWII Era to the 1950s(?); found a picture of a similar MP Lanyard in catalog number 47140D, a 3rd MARDIV Unit book dated 1953-54 )
See pictures on the Weapons page





A. EC (3 in stock)

55.00

B. GC (2 in stock)

40.00







7216 Olive Green Pistol LANYARD




SSame manufacturer and similar style to #7210, probably worn with Fatigues.




A. Used, EC

sold







7224 U.S. Military Brown Leather .45 Magazine HOLDER




Pouch worn by MP's and other Personnel to carry 2 x .45 Magazines




A. Dated 1946 or 48, Stamped on back: "US", "J.Q.M.D.", & "E.N.S.".

minor Verdegris, NWSM


75.00








7226 U. S. M-1916 Brown Leather .45 Caliber Hip HOLSTER (Issue)




Brown Leather .45 Auto-Loader Holster

(Any Holster Overdyed to Black will be Noted)







W. dated 1945, by Boyt, stained, wrinkle, etc., still fucntional but needs TLC, PC

40.00

AA. Dated 1918, By Hoyt, Stamped "HOYT 1918 J. C. Y. 1918",

Still has a Leather Thong, minor Verdigris, GC+


(Very Rare WWI Holster)
This is NOT a "boyt".....it is a "HOYT"!!!!!!!

sold


AC. Dated 1942, by Boyt, minor: wear, stains, and scuffs,

Verdigris on hardware, 80% Holster, EC


155.00


AF. date 1942, by Boyt, minor wear, EC+


sold

AP. no date by SEARS, not used much, 85% condition,

with the leather thong braided, EC



inquire



AR. no date, stamped “US” front and back, made by Warren Leather Goods Co.,

with leather thong, named on reverse, lots of use, leather stiff, still functional, GC



inquire










See pictures on the Weapons page










7228 U. S. Military M-3 Brown Leather .45 Caliber Shoulder HOLSTER




Issue Shoulder Holster, see reference U. S. Military Holsters Pistol Cartridge Boxes Book by Edward Meadows, page 313





C. dated 1943, by Boyt, ½ of glove snap (on the end of the belt-Loop) replaced, leather is very-supple and shows very little wear, one of the better example, EC+

sold


F. dated May 8, 1953, by Boyt, used very little, hardware has 80% of finish left, has 2 small rough edges(top-front of holster-may have been a mouse wanting some vintage leather-see pics on web site), Used


sold


H. no date, by Enger-Kress, stamped “U.S.” on back, last-4 four stamped inside at the top, shoulder strap is starting to get brittle, Good for a Static display, GC
See pictures on the Weapons page

55.00







7229 U. S. Military M-3 Black Leather .38 Caliber Shoulder HOLSTER




Similar to #7228, I cannot find these in Meadows’ Book.

I think they would be for Aircrews.

I would guess they are for the Vietnam Era – UnCommon!

( see # 7231 for another style of USAF shoulder holster )





B. stamped “NORDAC MFG. CORP. PART NO. 7142700”, may have been used 1-2 times(?), near-New (this holster found with 7229C)

sold


C. no markings, may have been used 1-2 times(?), near-New

(this holster found with 7229B)



sold



See pictures on the Weapons page












7230 U. S. M-1916 Black Leather .45 Caliber Hip HOLSTER (Issue)




Black Leather Holster which replaced Item #7226

(switch-over from Brown to Black Leather was 1956)






B. Contract Number 7791466, by Hunter Corp., cloth Leg-Thong, NWSM

(9 in stock)




66.00

F. Contract Number 7791466, by Hunter Corp., leather looks and feels like the quality of the Vietnam Era(?), EC

65.00




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