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X. 36R (M/R), PLASTIC BUTTONS, EC+

125.00

Y. 38R (M/S), TAPES & SFC STRIPES(OG ON TWILL), GC

85.00

Z. S/R, PC

20.00

AA. 38R (M/R), holes and stains, FC

35.00

AB. 36R (M/R), repaired, GC+

80.00

AC. S/R (hang label removed), OG on Blue Twill Corporal Stripes,

khaki cut-edge, with OD border, 2nd Armored Division Breast Patch with German Made Woven "HELL ON WHEELS" bottom-Tab, gas flap sewn-back,

hood 13-star buttons present-starting to wear through the collar(common),

4 x small snags near left-pocket flap, GC+


see on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm



100.00

AD. S/R, OG on Blue Twill PFC Stripes, Issue 2nd Armored Division Breast Patch with German Made Woven "HELL ON WHEELS" Tab, FC+

(Tab is well-made)


90.00


AN. 36R (modern M/R), Date Faded, Washed-once(?), EC+

sold

AQ. 40R (modern size 43R), no labels-just size tag, New

see on Army Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm




200.00













7825 Variation of 2nd Pattern OD-7 “Special” HBT Fatigue JACKET (Shirt)




Pattern Dated July 15, 1944, OD-7 Bellows (outside and bottom) Pockets with Square Corners and 13-Star Metal Buttons or Flat Brown Plastic Buttons. Pocket Flaps are square-cut, Gas Flap and Hood Buttons behind collar.

(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 71)







B. 42R, Dated May 4, 1945, OD 13-Star Metal Buttons,

Pocket Hang Label Reads: “Twill, O.D. 7, Special” “Stock No. 55-J-508-75”

Spec. P.Q.D. No. 45E Dated April 4, 1945” “Pattern Date 7-15-44”



UnUsual Shirt, Still has the Blue Cutter's Tags, New

200.00


E. 36R, dated faded, part of printed label reads: “Jacket Herringbone Twill OD –7 Special”, cuffs have a “button-adjustment”, Gas-Flap sewn-back at Factory, washed with a piece of paper in the right-pocket

(= lots of fuzz in that pocket - you will have to pick-out),

Very Minor wear(if any), small rust stains on bottom-left near hem

(ask for picfile), gas-flap sewn-back, EC+


see on http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#7825e___od_7_special_hbt_shirt

95.00














7826 3rd Pattern OD HBT Fatigue JACKET (Shirt)




Pockets have 2-Pleats (center-Vertical & bottom-Horizontal), Metal 13 Star Buttons, Gas Flap and Hood Buttons. (Doughboy to GI Book, page 72)




A. 38R (M/R), with "XXXX" Stencilled on back, GC

45.00

B. 36R (M/R), the Next-to-Bottom Button and Flap missing, FC

25.00

C. 34R (M/S), SLEEVES TAILORED, GC

50.00

D. Small (S/R), Stock No 55-J-499-5, minor snags where the stripes and Name Tape removed, Washed-once(?), EC+

100.00


E. 38R (M/R), with Name Tape & 15th Corps left SSI, EC+

100.00

F. 36R (S/R), with Army Tape & PFC Stripes, rust stain on back, otherwise in EC

100.00

K. Modern size is a M/R - M/L, Neck hang label reads: "S" (actual size is: chest = 42", sleeve = 24.5", shoulder-to-shoulder = 20"), Military Light-Green Barracks paint inside (does not show when shirt is buttoned), minor storage stains/marks,

a few flecks of light-green paint, probably worn once on a painting-detail(?),

Never Washed, EC+

(No data label, only a printed cheesecloth Neck Label with Size)
(see on Army Gear Web page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm )


150.00













7828 4th Pattern OD-7 “Special” HBT Fatigue JACKET (Shirt)




Pattern Dated July 15, 1944, Smaller Flat Pockets with clipped corners (Flaps are square-cut), 13-Star Metal Buttons, Gas Flap and Hood Buttons behind collar.

(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 72)






AA. 38R (M/R – M/L), dated May 4, 1945,

Printed Label on sewn-back Gas Flap reads: “Jacket, HerringboneTwill, OD-7 Special” “Pattern Date July 15, 1944” “P.O. 22634 Dated May 4, 1945” “Spec. No. P.Q.D. No. 45E”, left SSI removed (very-minor shadow), AS-New


( see on Army Gear Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm )

200.00














7832 HBT Fatigue SHIRTS (Catch-All Section)




Shirts without Tags or Local Made or etc.




AJ. Small, Local Made (LM) of Light Brown HBT Material (This shade of OD can be found on LM Caps and etc.from the Korean War (KW) Era).

Issue Yellow-on-Black U.S. Army Tape and LM White Name Tape.

Color Cut-edge 2nd Infantry Division (ID) Left SSI, minor rust stain, EC

50.00


B. Small, Army Tape, SP4 Stripes, EC

40.00









( see Trousers on the Army Gear page

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm )











7836 M-1942 Sage Green Herringbone Twill (HBT) TROUSERS




1st Pattern HBT Trousers (replaced the Blue Denim Work Uniform)

(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 117)






A. 32 x 31.5, Metal Button, small snag, GC

sold







7838 2nd Pattern (M-1943) OD Herringbone Twill (HBT) TROUSERS




Plastic or Metal Buttons, Two x Side Cargo Pockets with Bellows (along the Bottom and Rear of the Pocket), Fly has a Gas Flap.

(see Doughboy to GI, page 117, Lower-Left picture)






G. Cut-Offs ("Shorts" with a 32" waist), stained and repaired, GC

55.00







7840 3rd Pattern Special OD-7 HBT TROUSERS




Pattern Dated April 1, 1944, stock No. 55-T-43650, Spec. P.Q.D. No. 42C,

Similar to #7838; Bellows were changed to the Center and Bottom of the Pockets.

(Doughboy to GI, page 117, Top-Right Picture)





G. 30 x 33, dated Dec. 28, 1944, Mint!

sold







7845 WWII Special OD-7 Cotton TROUSERS (Not HBT)




Two (2)-Cargo Pockets (No Pleats or Bellows)




A. 44 x 33, (Date not readable), 2 Pattern Dates: March 10, 1943 & 4-1-44, New

(Label is Partially Faded)



150.00







7846 HBT Fatigue TROUSERS ("Catch-All" Section)




Trousers without Labels and/or Local Made or etc.




A. 27 x 31, SAGE GREEN HBT WITH 13-STAR METAL BUTTONS & WAIST TABS. PATCH POCKETS WITH FLAPS ON REAR, MIILTARY MADE BUT AN UNKNOWN PATTERN, GC+

75.00


B. 34 x 31, VERY MINOR SNAGS, PX PURCHASE??, EC

85.00

C. 29.5 x 33, Military Issue, 4-Patch Pockets, Rear Pockets have Flaps,

13-Star Metal Buttons, EC+


85.00








Items Listed Below are all Post-War Patterns;

Patches will be Color, Cut-Edge, unless Noted.












7848 M-1947 OG-107 Cotton Fatigue SHIRT




Pattern Dated 27 Feb. 1947, MIL-J-3001B and Amendments, Flat Brown Buttons (Top and 2nd Buttons Unevenly Spaced)), Straight-cut (square) Pocket Flaps, Straight Sleeves ("Tube Sleeve" = No Cuff Buttons), (MIL-J-3001B Dated 30 August 1952), Nomenclature Label is Stamped Inside Neck.

(Stripes and Badges are Color Cut-edge, Unless Noted)






C. Small, Dated 1956, Army Tape, EC

60.00

D. Medium, no date, Army Tape, repaired, FC+

30.00

G. Small, TAPES, 6TH ARMY SSI & TWILL MSG STRIPES, FC+

50.00

L. Small, Dated 1955, New

100.00

M. Small, Dated 9 Oct. 1952, MIL-J-3001B, Color 40th ID SSI on left Breast above Pocket (worn in Korean War Era this way), New

100.00


O. Medium, Dated 1958, New

125.00

Q. Small, Dated 1957, SP4 Stripes & Army Tape, name Tape removed, As-New

100.00

T. Medium, Dated 1956, with Yellow on Black U.S. Army Tape, New

165.00

U. Medium, Dated 1956, with Yellow on Black U.S. Army Tape, New

165.00

V. M/R, date faded, both Tapes, minor fraying on cuffs, GC+

45.00

X. Medium, Dated 1953, New

165.00

Y. Medium, Dated 1953, New

165.00

AA. Medium, Dated 1953, worn once(?), never washed, EC+

95.00

AC. Large, date faded, worn once(?), never washed, Rare Size,

3 tiny pinhead size holes in back, EC


100.00


AF. (no label left) (chest = 42”, sleeve = 33”, back = 28” modern M/R), 2 x color patches: Air Defense Command on left SSI, probably the 9th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion on right pocket(Brown galleon with white sails on a Red Shield), Both Tapes, small SP4 Stripes, EC+
see on Army Gear page:

inquire


AG. Small, dated 1959 (December 4, 1956, DA-36-343QM(CTM)-3377-OI-806-C-59), stock number 8405-266-8063, washed 4-5 times (Excellent Color), Color 1-piece cut-edge 101st Airborne Division left SSI, Subdued Issue Sergeant First Class(Platoon Sergeant) Stripes, subdued: CIB, Junp Badge, Tapes, EC+
Chest = 42, sleeve = 33.5, across shoulders = 20, shoulder to cuff = 23+
See on 101st ABD patch page:

225.00


AH. Medium(6405-268-8062), dated 1958 (DA-36-243-QM(CTM)-2581, O.I. 1700-C-58), Factory sewn Yellow-on-Black Army Tape, been stored in a duffle bag for 50 years=needs to be pressed), NWSM
Chest = 46

Shoulder to shoulder seams = 19 ¾

Sleeve from shoulder seam to end of cuff = 24 ½

Sleeve length (center of neck to end of cuff) = 34 ½

Back = 30+


175.00

See on Clothing page


















On some “Used” Items, Shadows (where a badge has been removed) will not be noted.

On some “Used” Items common insignia will not be noted.


















7850 1st Pattern Cotton OG-107 Fatigue SHIRT




1st Pattern, Per Stanton's Book page 73

Probably a variation of the M-1947 (#7848) but made of Lighter-Weight Cotton (8.5oz.)), OD Flat Plastic Buttons, Top and 2nd Buttons Unevenly Spaced,



2 White Printed Labels:

Hanging Neck Label - Size and Stock Number (No Sleeve Length)

Sewn-in Bottom Label - Contract Number and etc.






A. Small, Dated Early 1960s (Label Faded), Light-Shadows, EC

30.00

C. Small, No Date, Color: Tapes and PFC Stripes, GC

45.00

D. Small, Dated 1962, Color: Tapes, Parachutist's Badge,

Cut-Edge 101st Airborne Division Right SSI, repaired, FC+

75.00


E. Small, Date Faded, minor Shadows (Officer's), FC+

35.00

I. Small, Dated 1961, Color: Tapes, Cut-Edge 1SG Stripes, EC

75.00

J. Small, (Labels Faded or Removed), 25th ID Left SSI, Both Tapes, SP4 Stripes and Local Made "25TH MED DISP VIET-NAM" Pocket Patch, GC
see pics on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/army_gear.htm

250.00


K. Medium (Labels Faded), minor stains, (ex-Special Forces Shirt), GC

35.00

L. Small, Dated 1962, Color: Tapes, 1LT and Transportation Branch,

"SUPPORT COMMAND" Tab over the 8th Army SSI, EC+

65.00


O. S/S, Waist Tailored like an Ike Jacket, Air Defense Command on Left SSI,

SSG Stripes, Both Tapes, minor snags, GC


50.00


R. Medium, Dated 1962, Tapes and Badges neatly removed,

(No Shadows - Faint Stitch Marks), New


75.00


W. Large, Dated 1963, Last-4 inside, 1 Button replaced, NWSM

125.00

AA. Medium, dated 1962 (DSA-1-617-C-62), New
see on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#7850aa___1st_pattern_cotton_og_107


150.00

AC. Probably a Medium (labels faded-out), Subdued Colonel’s rank and Infantry Branch cloth insignia, Subdued merrowed-edge: Left SSI 82nd Airborne Division with AIRBORNE Tab and combat 101st Airborne Division SSI with Tab, Pathfinder badge on left-pocket, CIB, Master Parachutist’s Badge, local made Name Tape and Issue Army Tape, Excellent Color and Condition, still starched, EC

(a similar shirt is on the U.S. Military Forum – I can find no history on this O-6)


See on 82nd ABD page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/armygroundforcespatches/airborne__jump_badges__sky_diving.htm#82nd_airborne_division_1

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7852 2nd Pattern OG-107 Fatigue SHIRT




2nd Pattern (per Stanton), Clipped-Corner Pocket Flaps with Higher 2nd Button (all Buttons Evenly Spaced)
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