Gauntlet style Mittens with an Olive Green cloth outershell and soft Tan Leather Palms, metal slide adjuster on backs
see pictures on Clothing page:
A. Medium, dated 1984, minor wear, EC
B. Medium, dated 1987, GI’s last name neatly written on OG Cloth, New
E. Medium, dated 1952, MIL-M-810A, DA 11-009 QM 17389, NWSM
7367 OD/OG Cold Weather Trigger Finger Mitten INSERTS
Wool Inserts for #7366
see pictures on Clothing page:
D. older OD Wool Inserts, size Medium, New ( 5 pair in stock )
F. OG Wool Inserts, size Medium, dated 1988, New
H. OG Wool Inserts, size Medium, dated 1984, New
7370 Snow Camouflage Cover
White Mesh Net to conceal an Individual in the Snow.
A. 60" x 96", DLA100-89-F-EF30, New-in-Plastic-Package
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7400 - 7449 GROUPINGS from One Veteran (or the Family)
Section 7400 – 7449 has been sold or deleted
7450 - 7599 USMC Clothing
Most Marine Items will be found on this page:
see 7410 Grouping for several items of clothing from a Marine’s Estate
7450 Catch-All section for Marine Associated items
A. WWII camo pattern shirt made at the Mendocino State Hospital in 1959, see details on this link:
Gray-Green wool cap with earflaps and a front bill (bill is tacked with thread so it remains vertical) , 5-Panel cap with a button on top, tie-strings to tie-up the flaps or go under your chin, and Dark-Maroon cotton flannel-like lining.
(Never seen this one before nor can I find any reference to it)
A. 7 ¼ (approximate size), stencilled label is almost illegible but I can read
“. . MC”, mothing and moth holes, not the best but it is the only one I know of, this cap came with a WWI – WWII Era Marine’s Grouping, overall in GC
( See pictures on this page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm )
WARM UP Samuel Coane Inc. N150-1791 13 June 1956 Size 36".
Red and Gold Wool waist length Jacket (Looks like a "Letterman's" Jacket).
Glove-Snap Front Closure with Wool Knits on: Collar, Wrist, and Waist.
Minor stains and sun-fade on the left-front and sleeve, Repaired where the sleeve meets the Knit Cuff, Knits have small repairs, Large Japan Made Embroidered Backpatch (9" x 13"): "WHEN I GET HOME I'M GOING TO GET SO DRUNK THAT I'LL HAVE TO CRAWL BUT BY GOD I'LL CRAWL LIKE A DAMN MARINE 3RD MAR DIV HONOR VALOR FIDELITY OKINAWA "58" "59" 1ST LT. PORTER'S NIGHT HAWKS".
Wool Patch on right breast reads: "UNITED STATES MARINES" With EGA.
Very Little Wear, Overall in GC+ - EC
C. Size Small, Rare USMC Issue Boxer's Dressing Robe!
Neck Label Reads: "U. S. M. C. 8420-261-6956 Robe, Dressing N150-150 OL 125 SMALL", Red and Gold Satin Robe for Marine Corps Boxers with Belt.
Very Minor wear, EC+
7460 POCKET DECAL FOR SHIRTS & JACKETS
A. Pattern 1954 "EGA" and "USMC" Decal for applying to Fatigue Shirt Pocket. These look the same as Decals on RVN Shirts, New
Buy ONE (1)
Buy FIVE (5) A Pattern 1954 EGA has only one Riband ( see 7522 for more details )
( see picture on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm )
2,000 of these modified P41 Jackets were made and issued to the 2nd Marine Regiment and worn on Okinawa, extra Khaki material was sewn to the inside to hold the plates (Front and Back) and were secured with tie-strings, a Drawstring was added to the hem, and USMC EGA stencil on Upper-Left Pocket.
(The DORON/DURON plates were a White Glass Fabric and Plastic laminate, "Leatherneck" Magazine lists the Body Armor as "DURON"(?))
(see Alec S. Tulkoff’s Book, “Grunt Gear”, pages 33-35)
A. Doron Armor Plates have been neatly REMOVED (NO Plates!), tie-strings cut-off, Named under the collar and Inside, stain on back of left-sleeve (see picture) and very-minor stains on other parts, Excellent Color, EC
Chest = 45”
Sleeves = 33”
Back = 28”
( see this page for pictures: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm )
7500 Pattern 1941 Sage Green HBT Utility SHIRT
1ST Pattern Sage Green Herringbone Twill (HBT), 3-Pocket Style Shirt with "USMC" Metal Buttons. Most shirts will be stencilled with the "EGA" with the Riband (Ribbon) Streaming to the Right and Left of the Eagle's Head and "USMC" above the Eagle's Head (EGA Pattern Dated 16 March, 1936)
(see Doughboy to GI, page 73 and USMC in WWII, page 40)
Many of the M41 HBT items will have Factory Blemishes in the cloth – the Marines got shafted on many bolts of material on the M-1941 Utilities – that is why I will have “snags” described on many listings.
C. Medium, 1 Sleeve button is missing, GC
D. Medium, 1 Sleeve button is missing, minor stains, Name over Pocket, GC
F. Small, PC
G. Large, FC
O. Medium/Short (approximately a 16" Neck), EC
S. Large, PC
T. Large, PC
U. Medium, PC+
V. Medium, PC
W. Large, FC
Y. Small, stamped “#34” (chest is 40”), Still has the Cutter's Tags,
AP. size 32” x 31”, dated 1943, inside waist band stamped “34”,
brownish storage stains (see picfiles), I think these are RARE, NWSM
Stamped label reads (some of these letters/numbers may be wrong but are close):
FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INC.
MARINE CORPS REQUISITION NO. 3540
DATED MARCH 25, 1943
..... (looks like 5 numbers)
(this contract number coincides with the number listed in “Grunt Gear” book of
“4420” dated ../20/44 on page 13)
click on this link and then scroll up: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm#7522___23___pattern_1956_hbt_utility These trousers were formerly numbered #7410Q
AR. Extra-Large 42” x 32” Stamped “42 – 32”, still folded, as New as you can get, NEW
7502AR, AS, AT, and AU are from the same Veteran
See on the USMC Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/marine_gear.htm#7522___23___pattern_1956_hbt_utility
AS. Extra-Large 42” x 32” Stamped “42 – 32”, still folded, as New as you can get, NEW
AT. Extra-Large 42” x 32” Stamped “42 – 32”, still folded, as New as you can get, NEW
AU. Extra-Large 42” x 32” Stamped “42 – 32”, ½” brownish stain on leg (see pic), still folded, NWSM
7504 Pattern 1944 Sage Green HBT Utility SHIRT (P-1944)
2ND Pattern, 1 outside Upper-Left Pocket with Metal Button Flap and 2 Slash Chest Pockets with Metal Button Closures, Gas Flap. M-1936 Pattern "EGA" & "USMC" Stencil. Metal Buttons have: ”U. S. MARINE CORPS”.
(Many shirts have the “Gas Flap” cut-off, very common)