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K. Size 16, Contract NXsx-83000, New


175.00

P. size 15 ½, Contract NXSX66642, wrinkled but New
( contract may be from the late 1944 to 1945 era(?) )


175.00

Q. size 15 ½, Contract NXSX66642, wrinkled but New

( contract may be from the late 1944 to 1945 era(?) )




175.00

R. size 16, Contract NSXS63880, minor white stains(some will scratch-off with a finger nail=possibly paint), wrinkled, EC
Measurements:

Chest = 44

Sleeve = 33+

Back = 33

125.00







See on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/clothing.htm#79xx_jungle_clothing













7917 WWII Era U.S. Navy OG Cotton Jungle Fatigue TROUSERS




Lightweight, 4-Pockets, Button Waist Tabs & Fly, Exposed Button rear-Pocket Flaps

(worn with #7916 shirts)

USN Trousers are UnCommon – the thin material wore-out quickly.





A. Medium (33 X 30 – could be let-out to 31” inseam), small hang label “M”, small brown buttons, cloth button-waist-adjuster tabs, rear pockets have button flaps, “mama-san” laundry mark thread, Excellent color and condition, Used

See on Clothing page



sold








7918 RVN Era OG Lightweight Jungle SHIRTS (PX Purchase)




DOD Approved 2-Pocket Cotton Shirts Sold by the Post Exchanges (PX, BX, etc.) due to the shortage of Issue Jungle Fatigues.
(The Cholon PX (Saigon) sold these Items in early-1967; from my Personal experience)
(similar to Item #7916, but PX Shirts have Pocket Flaps and Tube Sleeves)






A. Medium (Label has been removed), Excellent Condtion, Used


65.00

B. Medium, made by Trooper, subdued: Major's Rank and 32nd Infantry Branch Insignia, left SSI is a 5th Army with a Ranger Tab, Combat SSI is a 1st Aviation Brigade Both Tapes, EIB, Senior Pilot's Wing, Basic Parachutist's Badge, minor wear, Used


200.00


C. Medium, No Label, Local Made Army Tape removed, all other badges neatly removed, EC


65.00

D. Small, made by BVD, minor stains, not much wear, Used


65.00

E. Medium, No Labels, minor snags on collar, not much wear, Used


75.00

H. Medium, made by Trooper, Unused



150.00

I. Medium, made by BVD, Unused



150.00

J. Medium, made by BVD, Unused



150.00

K. Medium, made by Trooper, Unused



150.00

L. Medium, made by Trooper, Unused



150.00

Q. Large, No label, Subdued: Ryukiyu CMD Left SSI and Local made Army Tape, Name Tape and collar rank neatly removed, tiny snag in upper back near collar, not much wear, Used



75.00


V. Extra-Large (XL), made by Louis Aronoff Co., still has the price tag, cheese cloth label is torn, maybe worn once(?), “Light-whitish” stains (sweat or water(?), wrinkled, Used

(Biggest PX Jungle shirt I have ever seen: Chest 54” with 35.5” sleeves)

See on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/clothing.htm#79xx_jungle_clothing





175.00


Z. Medium (label cut-off, from the remnant color probably a Trooper), short-sleeve USAF CMD Pilot’s Shirt, subdued Hand Embroidered: Colonel’s Eagles, Command Pilot’s Badge, & “U.S. AIR FORCE” Tape. Machine embroidered Name Tape, Excellent Condition, Used
see on Air Force Gear Page

100.00


AA. Medium, by Trooper, 18th MP BDE Colonel’s Shirt with subdued:

Hand-embroidered 18th Military Police Brigade left SSI,

direct Hand-embroidered: MP Branch and Rank (LTC rank has been covered with a ME full Colonel’s Rank sewn-over it), Name and US Army tapes,

a hooch-moose marked it in the neck“#2”, small snag near right-pocket,

Excellent color, EC+

see on Army Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/id83.htm



sold


AB. Approximate size M/R (neck label removed), buttoned-cuffs have been added, Subdued cloth insignia: LTC rank, General Staff Branch, Master Pilot’s Badge, both Tapes local-made on twill, issue 1st Cavalry Division Combat SSI, & issue twill MACV duty SSI, EC


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AC. Medium, by Louis Aronoff CO. “Good Luck Fatigues”, “8217 BJ 220, 100% Cotton, New
Measurements:

Chest = 44

Shoulder seam to seam = 19 ¼

Sleeve = 33 ½

Waist = 44

150.00


AD. Medium, by Louis Aronoff CO. “Good Luck Fatigues”, “8217 FJ-433”, “RN 32027”, New
Measurements:

Chest = 44

Shoulder seam to seam = 19 ¼

Sleeve = 33 ½

Waist = 44

150.00


AE. Medium, by Trooper “Guaranteed Fatigues”, 100%, RN 19774, brownish “crusty-stuff” on/above right pocket flap(I scraped most of it off with my thumb-nail – ask for picfile), NWSM
Measurements:

Chest = 44

Shoulder seam to seam = 19

Sleeve = 33 ½

Waist = 43


150.00

See on Clothing page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/clothing.htm#79xx_jungle_clothing











7919 RVN Era OG Lightweight Jungle TROUSERS (PX Purchase)




(see #7918 for details), Trousers have 4-Pockets with Flaps on Rear Pockets





A. 36 x 30, Zipper Fly, no markings, washed-once(?), minor wear, Used
See pictures on Clothing page

150.00







See #3948 to 3956 for Women's Cotton Jungle Fatigues










7922 Poplin OG Jungle Shirt (1st Pattern)





Exposed Buttons (see Lyles' Book, pages 12 and 13)
see Pictures on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm#7922a_ssm_1st_pat_jungle_shs





A. S/S, Sergeant Major stripes, 3rd Army SSI, Master Parachutist's Badge,

Both Tapes, minor stains, comes with paperwork, should be an easy research, EC


( I have a copies of 2 documents for the Veteran’s paperwork: DD-214 and ARCOM Award. He was a veteran of WWII & Korea and held the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart with One Oak Leaf Cluster )
( last assignment was the 18th ABN Corps in the DOMREP (Dominican Republic)

in 1965 supporting the 82nd Airborne Division )



400.00


C. S/R (labels faded and loose), dated 1964, repaired, stained, GC


200.00

D. S/R (labels faded), GC


250.00

E. S/R (neck & Instruction labels missing, contract label faded), repaired, GC


175.00

Q. S/R (labels removed), repairs, frayed on neck and hem, FC


100.00

W. labels removed (approximate size = S/R), collar reversed, hem frayed, FC


150.00

AA. M/L (short sleeve), dated 1964, (2 labels loose, 1 missing), (epaulets, waist tabs, and gas flap removed), subdued local made USAF E-7 Stripes, repaired, GC

100.00


ABS. S/R, dated 1963, Tapes & Officer's Rank/Branch removed, tiny hole, EC

300.00

missing


AD. S/R (neck label missing, other 2 loose), dated 1963, collar & hem fraying,

several small holes, FC



100.00


AE. S/R, dated 1964, USMC EGA on pocket, all 3 labels resewn, man’s name and serial number written on back with “magic-marker”, very minor stains, Excellent Color, EC

( Rare USMC 1st Pattern Jungle Shirt )




300.00


AH. S/R, dated 1963, repaired and stained, FC


100.00

AJ. S/R (labels fading or faded, 1 loose), dated 1964, holes, ex-Specical Forces shirt (left SSI with Arc & SSG Stripes removed), has large holes and a field-repair on back, PC


85.00


AM. M/L (chest = 46 sleeve = 35), dated 1963, neck & contract labels loose, never badged 2 Veterans wore this shirt and used a “magic-marker” to mark ownership (one has Name, “C91” a unit?, SN, other Vet put his name over the left pocket), stains & small snags, Good Color, GC

150.00


AN. S/S, dated 1963, 1 small snag, 1 small abrasion from the rag-mill, Not much wear, Good Color, EC

200.00


AO. M/R (chest = 46 sleeve = 33 1/2), (no labels), fraying on hem, field-repair, repaired, (ex-Special Forces Seargeant’s shirt), FC+

150.00


AP. S/R, dated 1964, minor stain, man’s name put-on left pocket flap and above pocket with “magic marker”, Excellent Color, EC

225.00


AU. S/S, dated 1964, minor stains on lower-sleeves and lower-front (probably used as a shade-tree mechanic’s shirt on civie-street -- some could be removed by washing), field-repairs on chest(left and right) where his badges were removed,

2 small abrasions on back near the collar, stamped “SALVAGE” on inside, Excellent Color, GC+




175.00

AW. M/L, dated 1963, collar repaired, small blue ink stains on lower-left pocket, shadows (all insignia removed), EC

300.00


missing

BA. L/L (chest = 48+ sleeve = 36), dated 1964, 2 very small stains, Washed-Once(?), Excellent Color, EC+

( Rare Size and Condition )

500.00



BD. S/R, dated 1964, 2 x labels need re-sewn, minor light green paint (barracks green) stains, 1 x rust stain on back of shoulder, lower-right pocket flap has abrasion and ¼” hole through the outer-layer of cloth, Good Color, GC+

200.00



BF. M/R(chest = 45+ sleeve = 34+), dated 1964, has the Early-Style Pocket Flaps with ROUND corners and only ONE line of stitching at the top of the flaps, 1 label needs resewn, pair of Green Leadership Loops on epaulets, shirt has never had rank or etc., last-name inside and the magic-marker has bled through to the back, hole on upper-right pocket flap, some snags on back (looks like it is from barb-wire), Excellent Color, GC+ - EC

sold


BG. M/L (chest = 45 sleeve = 35), dated 1963, neck label resewn, name in magic-marker over the right pocket, Good Color, EC

300.00


BK. S/R, dated 1964, washed 3-4 times, Excellent Color, minor white stains on back (see pictures) – could be paint or ?, Very-minor wear, EC+

300.00


BM. M/R (chest = 46 sleeve = 34+), (labels faded-out/ hard to read, Officer’s shirt: all badges removed (CIB, Jump Wings, right-SSI 82nd ABN, left-SSI was a small round local-made patch(bled on shirt), both tapes, and rank/branch), small tear hole where the Army tape was removed—rest were removed neatly, neck and large label present but need to be resewn, Good Color, very few stains/snags, oiverall in GC+

250.00


BP. M/R (chest = 46 sleeve = 35), dated 1963, NEW


inquire

BQ. M/R (chest = 46 sleeve = 35), dated 1964, color CE Special Forces & Airborne Arc, subdued: LTC & Infantry Branch, Basic Parachutist’s Badge, and Both Tapes, washed 3-4 times, very minor wear, no laundry marks, EC+

See on clothing page




sold

BR. M/S (chest = 46 sleeve = 33 ½), dated 1963, lower instruction label needs to be resewn, never had badges, lots of snags/tears, been worn to paint a house/etc., needs to be cleaned, wrinkled (came from a 1,000 pound rag-bale, good color, GC


250.00


BS. XL/R (chest = 53 sleeve = 36 ½), no date (labels faded and large one is missing-neck label needs to be resewn), good color, front has 1 tiny snag, left sleeve looks ok, back of right sleeve has holes, back has 3 x small snags, extremely rare size, GC+

350.00


BT. S/R (chest = 43 sleeve = 33), dated 1964, Color badges: Cut-edge(CE) Special Forces SSI with “AIRBORNE” arc (both blue edged), local made twill Name Tape with twill Army tape, hand-embroidered CIB and Basic Parachutist’s Jump badge, Specialist Five rank, black stains on left cuff(see pic), washed 4-5 time, Excellent Color and very minor wear, all 3 labels resewn, Used


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7924 Poplin OG Jungle TROUSERS (1st Pattern)




Exposed Buttons, matches #7922 Shirts, Pattern Dated November 7, 1962.

(see Lyles' Book, pages 12 and 13)


see pictures on Clothing page





A. S/R, Dated 1964. (Trousers have been shorten), lots of small paint stains,

left front hang pocket has a large paint (does not show through to leg), GC



175.00


C. S/R, Dated 1963, very minor ink staining on seam of Cargo Pocket--does not affect the condition), last name in wasitband with “magic marker”, washed 2-3 times, very minor wear, Excellent Color, EC+
Old style “round-corner” pocket flaps


350.00


J. XS/S, Dated 1964, size label loose, 4-5 holes, abrasions, & small snags, FC


125.00

M. S/L, Dated 1964, field repair on butt, small rips on pocket, Good Color, GC+


225.00

T. S/L, dated 1963, minor rust stain on inside of lower leg, washed 2-3 times,

Excellent Color, EC+


Old style “round-corner” pocket flaps

350.00


U. S/R, dated 1964, heavily starched, last-4 on laundry tag, EC


350.00

Y. S/R, dated 1964, with Gas Flap & Cargo Straps, minor snag on butt, EC


275.00

AC. M/R (waist = 34 inseam = 31), dated 1964, minor fraying and repairs, GC+



275.00

AE. L/L, Dated 1964, minor wear, washed 2-3 times, Excellent Color, EC+

sold

AG. L/R, Dated 1964, named inside, Average: fraying, stains, snags, and etc., still have the cargo-pocket tie-down straps, GC

Decent pair of trousers for re-enactors who want to look “real”; not for the Parade Ground Trooper!



sold


AK. M/L (waist = 34 inseam = 33 1/2), dated 1964, has the desireable Dark Green SHINY Buttons, Excellent Color, Minor wear, EC+

450.00


AM. M/R, Dated 1962, Very Early 1st Pattern Trousers, RARE!

Label reads:

"Trousers, Man's, Combat, Trop.

Spec. LP/P-DES-44-62

Pattern Date: 11-7-62

Size: Medium-Regular

Proj. Order No. 5134"

Style Differs from the Later (1963-1964 dated) Trousers by having:

one-label, wider belt loops, 2-buttons on the Waist Tab, and No Plastic on the blousers. Cloth appears to be a looser-weave of Poplin. NWSM


Sold


AN. M/R, dated 1963, Excellent Color, Minor Wear, EC+

400.00

Missing


AO. S/R, dated 1963, washed 1-2 times, Excellent Color, EC+

(needs to be washed)




400.00

AQ. S/L, dated 1963, New


500.00

AT. S/L (size label missing), dated 1964, 1 button broken(still functional),

1 button replaced, very minor: stains, snags, etc., 1 blousing cord is too short(needs to be replaced), overall in GC





250.00




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