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J. Used, Any Size (Subject to availablity)

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8486 REPRO High-Neck 5-Button Acrylic Sweater ("Bivouac Sweater")




Black ACRYLIC Reproduction of the Issue Sweater (#8480)
Very comfortable non-wool Bivouac Sweater
see picture on Clothing Page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm






B. Medium, New

37.00

C. Large, New

37.00

D. XL, New

37.00







8500 - 8599 COMPASS and Associated Items










8504 WWII Lensatic COMPASS




(see Doughboy to GI, page 233)




A. dated 1944, marked “CORPS of ENGINEERS U.S. ARMY”, made by Superior Magneto CORP., Long Island City, N.Y., some corrosion, lense has some marks from usage, Used but still works

sold








8506 WWII M-19 Compass Carrying CASE, Leather




Light-Brown Leather Case with a Glove-snap closure and a small belt loop on the back. (Looks like an Artillery “gun-layer’s M-2 Compass could fit inside)






A. No Date, stamped on the front "CASE, CARRYING, M19", NWSM
See on Equipment page


100.00







8508 WWII Plastic Wrist Compass used by Airborne Troops



See GI Collector’s Guide Book by Henri-Paul Enjames, page 142 in Airborne Section







D. Brown Plastic Wrist Compass designed by the Engineer Corps, Manufactured by Superior Magneto Corp. L.I. City, N.Y. U.S.A., NO WRIST Strap, Used
(Same company who made the compass shown in Enjames’s book)
See on Equipment page


-2-

inquire








8510 Issue Lensatic Magnetic (“Marching”) COMPASS and Parts





Issue Tritium Vial Compass with Lanyard (neck-cord), Stock # 6606-01-196-6971, "The Real Thing".
Most Pouches are not marked except for “U. S.” on the front.





A. COMPASS, dated 1989 (DAAK01-89-C-0125), New (quantity)

sold

C. COMPASS, dated 1989, Used

sold

D. OG Nylon POUCH for Compass, with Instruction Card, NWSM (5 in stock)

(card with have marks on it from being next to a compass)



sold

E. OG Nylon POUCH for Compass, with Instruction Card, Used (2 in stock)

(card with have marks on it from being next to a compass)



sold

F. Instruction Card for the Lensatic Compass, Used (1 in stock)

sold

G. COMPASS, dated September 1966, DA-23-195-AMC-00906(T), made by Union Instrument Corporation, FSN 6605-846-7618, found in a 1962 dated Lensatic Compass carrying pouch (see pictures), very-minor usage, if any, Used

sold


H. COMPASS dated March 1960, comes with a M-1956 Lensatic Compass POUCH, made by Waltham Precision Instrument Company of Waltham, MASS., minor-usage (IF ANY), glass cover started to frost but still usable, Used

See on Equipment page




sold


J. Compass dated November 1964, DA-11-184-AMC-579(T), ), made by Union Instrument Corporation, FSN 6605-846-7618, found in a 1960 dated M-1956, 1st Pattern (no drain hole), Lensatic Compass carrying pouch (see pictures), works and has a clear lense, 60% paint remaining, EC

-6-


inquire

K. COMPASS dated November 1959, comes with an old style M-1942 Lensatic Compass POUCH(“MIL-C-23349A, May, 1953”) (cannot read the PO date), BOTH the Compass and Pouch were made by the Waltham Precision Instrument Company of Waltham, MASS.(very unusual!), minor-usage (IF ANY), Both in Excellent-PLUS Condition, Used
See on Equipment page



-8-

inquire







(see #5488 for Aircrew Survival Compasses)










8600 - 8699 Shooting JACKETS




8620 Military Shooting JACKET




OG Cotton Military Issue Jacket with: padded Elbows and Shoulder and 1 breast pocket. (HBT Cloth will be Noted)




A. Medium, Dated 1970, GC

sold

B. Medium, No Date, probably for the 1950-60s due to the style of Buttons, GC




H. Small, HBT Cotton, No Date, Stains, Never Washed (needs to be cleaned), Flat Light-Brown Buttons (1950s - 1960s), EC

All jackets sold

K. Stamped "XL" (Modern size 44/45), OG HBT, OD Padding, Brown Buttons, New (Probably WWII Era) (Extremely Rare Jacket)

8600-8699

N. Medium, Dated 1992, by Vanderbilt Shirt CO., New




Q. Medium, no date, Black-on-White Name Tape and Color 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Patch on Left SSI, Near-New




T. Medium, No Date, stock number 8415-00-082-2888, New

(modern Issue without a Contract Number)






8624 Military Shooting JACKETS (Modified)




Military Clothing Modified and used as a Shooting Jacket




A.Small, No Date, Made from an OG Army Fatigue Shirt with Short-Sleeves.

OG-107 Shirt has been modified (2 Lower Pockets added and a Bi-Swing Back) with "U. S. ARMY SHOOTING TEAM" Patch. Name Tape removed but Rank still on Shirt. Shirt is stained, GC+

(comes with an EC Condition Trousers (33 X 30 - Dated 1961))


All jackets sold

8600-8699



8636 Civilian Shooting JACKETs




A. SMALL, BY 10X, GRAY WITH TAN LEATHER PADS, NEEDS TO BE CLEANED. 11 COLOR PATCHES (DATED 1955 - 1957) IN EC+ CONDITION. JACKET BELONGED TO A JUNIOR NRA SHOOTER, EC




E. XS, BY 10X, WWII ERA, KHAKI WITH BROWN LEATHER PADS, NEEDS TO BE CLEANED. 5 COLOR PATCHES -1 CHENILLE

(3 PATCHES, DATED 1943-45, WERE REMOVED), GC+ - EC






G. LARGE (MODERN MEDIUM), BY 10X (PROBABLY 1950-60's),

GRAY WITH TAN LEATHER PADS, NEAR-NEW



sold






8700 - 8799 Physical Fitness and Swimming GEAR










8706 WWII Era SHORTS & Miscellaneous





See 87xx items on Clothing page





A. OG HBT Athletic Shorts, Elastic Waist (size 26" - 30"), built-in Jock Strap, no markings, never washed, small pocket on right front with glove-snap closure (snap has started to rust=minor discoloration), EC


2-3


B. Khaki, size 32, stamped waist label faded-from the Kansas City Quartermaster Depot, has "D-RING" closure versus the Buckle Type, New

3-4


C. Sage Green HBT, size 30+, no markings, last name neatly stenciled inside waistband, styled like the M-1941 USMC Trousers but small brown plastic buttons, minor stains otherwise, EC


3-4


E. Khaki, size 28"+, WWII Army Issue, 1-rear Pocket with button closure, watch pocket, white-metal Buckle and Tongue fixed-belt with small brown plastic button front, minor snags on left cheek, EC
(see Doughboy to GI, page 110)


3-4


F. Khaki, size 29", WWII Army Issue, hang-label not readable, markings on inside of waist band marked-out(belonged to more that one GI), “B-43” on inside of band, 1-rear Pocket with button closure, watch pocket, brass metal Buckle and Tongue fixed-belt with small brown plastic button front, EC+
(see Doughboy to GI, page 110)

3-4


G. Khaki, size 29", WWII Army Issue, 2 x Last-4 neatly stamped on inside of waistband, 1-rear Pocket with button closure, watch pocket, brass metal Buckle and Tongue fixed-belt with small brown plastic button front, EC
(see Doughboy to GI, page 110)


3-4








8710 SHORTS (Miscellaneous)




RVN Era to the Present, Local Made, Non-Issue






A. Waist 29", made on Okinawa with direct Embroidery: "USMC" and a Color Torii (Gate) with "OKINAWA" Scroll, “THREE STAR” zipper, Asian made Camoufalge material, probably never worn, as-New, Used
See on Clothing page

3-4








8740 Swim Fins




Used by: UDT, SEALs, Special Forces, ParaRescue, and other Special Operations Personnel see #7728 for UDT/SEAL Swim SHOES (Coral Creepers)




C. 1960s era AMF Voit Swimaster U. D. T. Swim Fins, rubber is very pliable,

a few Storage Scuff Marks, used by: Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force,

and Army swimmers, NWSM


sold


see on Navy Gear page




8780 U. S. Army Physical Fitness Hooded SWEATSHIRT




Reverse-Weave Side-Panels (Made like a CHAMPION Shirt)

Gray Hooded Sweatshirt with "ARMY" across the Chest






A. XS, New

Sold

B. Small, New

Sold

C. Medium, New (3 in stock)

Sold

D. Large, New (12 in stock)

Sold

E. XL, New

Sold

8782 U. S. Army Physical Fitness SWEATPANTS




Gray Sweatpants (matches Sweatshirt, Item #8780A)




C. Medium, New (4 in stock)

Sold

D. Large, New (27 in stock)

Sold

E. XL, New

Sold

8784 U. S. Army Physical Fitness T-SHIRT




Gray T-Shirt with "ARMY" across the chest




E. XL, New (2 in stock)

Sold

8786 U. S. Army Physical Fitness SHORTS




Gray Shorts with Built-In Jock Strap and Watch Pocket (Matches T-Shirt #8784)




D. Large, New

Sold

E. XL, New

Sold







8790 Military Collectible SWEATSHIRTS and ETC.



Issue and Private Purchase Items


See on Clothing page





A. Large, WEST POINT Gray "VEE" Longsleeve Sweatshirt from the 1960's with side-gussets, stamped "USMA PHYSICAL EDUCATION" on the front, back has the man’s Number on it, made by Champion, label reads: "CHAMPION KNITWEAR CO., INC. REVERSE WEAVE EXPANSION GUSSET LARGE 100% COTTON RN 26094 DO NOT DRY CLEAN DO NOT IRON EMBLEM", EC
Chest = 43”

Sleeve = 36”

Back = 24 ½”


7-9


B. Small, USMC Green shortsleeve Sweatshirt from the RVN Era, stamped "1ST. MARINE DIVISION VIET NAM" with the 1ST MARDIV Emblem on the front, EC (8790B & C from same Veteran)
Chest = 40”

Sleeve = NA(shortsleeves)

Back = 20 1/2”


5-6


C. Small, USMC Yellow longsleeve SWEATSHIRT from the RVN Era, Red "U.S. MARINE CORPS" & EGA on front, the inside-fleece has disappeared on a “fold-line” on the backside(never seen this before)=shirt is good for a “static display”(ask for picfile), EC (8790B & C from same Veteran)
Chest = 40”

Sleeve = 25”+

Back = 19”+

7-8


F. Small, USMC Yellow longsleeve SWEATSHIRT with NAME neatly stenciled on back, above his name is “S-250” written in magic-marker, "U.S. MARINE CORPS" & EGA in Red on front, excellent color, EC
Chest = 40”+

Sleeve = 26 1/2”

Back = 19”
See on Clothing page


8-9








8800 - 8899 TANKER and COMBAT VEHICLE ITEMS










see 68xx for Mechanics's and WWII Coveralls




see 5936 for CVC Jackets










8808 Miscellaneous Vehicle PARTs




A. Tank Periscope Prism, "M 4-6-8-9 Head, 400700 A", New-in-Box

sold







8812 WWII "Tanker's" Winter Combat Jacket




2nd Pattern, Spec. P. Q. D. No. 25 (or 26 ?), Dated Feb. 10, 1941,

Stock No. 55-J-100. Slash-Pockets, Zippered front, Khaki Cotton outershell with a Kersey Wool Lining, Wool Knits: Collar, wrists, and waist.
(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 85 or Government Issue book, page 129)





Z. 3rd Army left SSI, no labels, see web site for details
measurements:

chest = 44”

chest (with Bi-swing expanded) = 48”

shoulder-to-shoulder = 19.5”

sleeve (center of the back to end of material) = 30”

sleeve (center of the back to end of the wrist knit) = 33 1/4”

back (from neck seam to bottom of material) = 21.5”

back (from neck seam to bottom of the waist knit) = 23 3/4”


see on clothing page


800.00







8814 WWII Tanker's Winter Combat TROUSERS





1ST Pattern Bib-Trousers, Blanket lined, Khaki Cotton outershell.

(see Doughboy to GI Book, page 112)


A small zipper on inner left-leg for bathroom relief on the 2nd Pattern Trouser is the main outward difference between the 1st and 2nd Patterns.





A. size Small (stamped “S” inside), last-4 marked written inside bib (4 times = re-Issued 3 times), 2 x small field-repairs on butt and bottom of right-leg, Zippers in excellent condition, very-minor stains, left blousers replaced by military, not much wear, Good Color, Used
Measurements:

Chest (measured at the top of the right-side zipper) = 40”

Inseam = 30”

150.00


B. Small, may be an early contract = left-suspender does not have an adjuster, stamped with Last-4, zippers in excellent condition, not much wear, 5/8” “L” tear = needs to be field repaired and a field repair on lower-left leg(see picfile), 1 blouser needs to be resewn(still attached), outershell has been pinched on the left cheek(probably from the rag-mill), very-minor stains, Excellent Color, Used
Measurements:

Chest (measured at the top of the right-side zipper) = 40”

Inseam = 31”


151.00




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