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PARTS & TOOLS for an M16)

55.00

TM 9-1276 Carbines (M1,M1A1, M2, M3), TO 39A-5AD-2,

dated February 1953, name neatly written on cover


60.00


TM 9-1340-202-35, Honest John Rocket System, dated 1968, named on front

25.00

TM 10-270, Repair of Quartermaster Items of General Equipment, July 1949

25.00

TM 10-8400-201-23, General Repair Procedures for Clothing & Individual Equipment, dated 1970, named on front

(Excellent Book for Serious Collectors)

35.00


TM 11-5855-213-10, Operator’s Manual for AN/PVS-4 Night Vision

20.00

TM 11-5855-213-10, Operator’s Manual for AN/PVS-4 Night Vision

20.00

TM 11-5855-246-10, Operator’s Manual for AN/PAS-7 Night Vision,

with Changes 2 & 3, 1976


24.00


TM-11-5855-246-10, Operator’s Manual for AN/PAS-7 Night Vision, 1976

20.00

TM-11-5855-246-10, Operator’s Manual for AN/PAS-7 Night Vision, 1976

19.00

TM 11-5855-262-10-1 Change 1 dated 1987

10.00

TM 11-5855-262-24-1, AN/PVS-7A Night Vision Google, 1987

20.00

TM 11-5855-262-24P, AN/PVS-7A/7B Night Vision Googles,1987

20.00

TM 11-5855-246-24 & P, AN/PAS-7 Infared Viewer, 1979

20.00

(NO NUMBER) MANUAL FOR PVS-4, PVS-5, PVS-7A, & PAQ-4A NIGHT VISION SIGHTS/GOGGLES, SHOWS PART NUMBERS/ETC.

25.00


TM 30-301, PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE GUIDE, 1943

10.00

TM 55-1510-203-10/3, U-6A Beaver Aircraft Operator’s Manual, 1967

65.00













9730 Training CIRCULAR (Issue)




TC 23-14, Sniper Training and Employment, 1969 (for the M-14 Rifle)

(also shows equipment used by the Sniper)



65.00

TC 5-31, Viet Cong Boobytraps, Mines and Mine warfare Techniques, 1967

45.00













9780 Card DECK - Graphic Training Aid (GTA)










Deck (Pack) of Cards issued by the U. S. Military to Train Personnel










A. NAVSAFECEN 5100/40, no date, but these are from the 1980s,

cards are for safety training, New (Quantity)


5.00


E. GTA 8-11-5, Dated 1981, (MILES) Casualty Tags.

500 Cards in 5 Decks, Sealed in a Brown Box, New (2 in stock)

20.00


F. Extra Decks for item #9780E, Deck #'s: 1, 2, 3, 4, New (each)

2.00

M. GTA 17-2-11, Dated 1985, Combat Vehicle Identification.

Soviet and Friendly Vehicles, New (Quantity)


10.00


P. GTA 17-2-13 CHANGE 1, DATED 1987, ARMORED VEHICLE RECOGNITION. SOVIET & FRIENDLY, New (Quantity)

10.00


V. GTA 21-1-5, DATED 1985, SOVIET WORD RECOGNITION TERMS. COMMON SOVIET TERMS, DECK OPENED BUT STILL New

7.00


(see Flight Gear page for Survival Card Pictures:



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











AA-1. GTA-21-7-1, Dated 1 April 1968, Box has damage, EC+

(Original item, not a reprint)



55.00

AA-2. GTA-21-7-1, Dated 1 April 1968, Deck has been opened but in "As-New" Condition, Box is 80% Condition (Original item, not a reprint)

56.00


AB. GTA 21-7-1, dated1983, Southeast Asia Survival Cards

(Government Reprint of Item 9780AA), New (Quantity)


18.00








AM. GTA 44-2-10, DATED 1979, AIRCRAFT RECOGNITION CARDS. (REVISION OF GTA 44-2-6), New

10.00


AQ. GTA 44-2-13, DATED 1990, SOVIET MANUFACTURED FORWARD AREA AIRCRAFT. (SUPERCEDES GTA-44-2-10), New (Quantity)

10.00


AS. GTA 44-2-14, DATED 1990, FREE WORLD FORWARD AEEA AIRCRAFT (ALLIED). (SUPERCEDES GTA 44-2-10), New (Quantity)

10.00


AU. GTA 44-2-15, DATED 1990, FREE WORLD FORWARD AREA AIRCRAFT (U.S.). (SUPERCEDES GTA 44-2-10), New (Quantity)

10.00


BD. GTA 55-1-1, dated 1985, Soviet Word Recognition,

Transportation Corps related, New (Quantity)


8.00














9782 U.S. Navy Survival CARD DECK (Southeast Asia)




A. USN DEVICE 9H12A, dated 1970, box shows wear – Cards are EC+

Southeast Asia Survival Plant Recognition Cards”, FSN: 20-6910-107-5362


50.00


B. Dated 1969, "Device NO. 9B5 (1969)", "Wildlife Southeast Asia",

prepared by the Smithsonian Institution, New-in-Sealed-Box

(issued by the “Training Agency Fleet Inteligence Center, Pacific”)


100.00


D. USN DEVICE 9H12A, dated 1968, box shows wear - Cards look New,

overall in Excellent Condition

Southeast Asia Survival Plant Recognition Cards”, FSN: 20-6910-107-5362,

75.00


F. USN DEVICE 9H12A, dated 1968, cellophane opened but still on box,

top of box shows wear - Cards look New, overall in EC+

Southeast Asia Survival Plant Recognition Cards”, FSN: 20-6910-107-5362,

(came from an Air Force exchange Pilot)


85.00


G. USN DEVICE 9H12A, Dated 1971, made by Brown & Bigelow contract # N61339-71-C-0072, box shows wear – All 54 Cards are EC+

Southeast Asia Survival Plant Recognition Cards”, FSN: 20-6910-107-5362


50.00







see some of the USN decks on the Flight Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/flight_gear.htm#5058x_sample_hgu_55_helmet_and_mask







9784 Single CARD, Graphic Training Aid (GTA)




Single (one) Card used for Training




A. GTA 8-5-47, DATED OCTOBER 1990, POISONOUS-SNAKEBITE TREATMENT, NEW

1.00


B. GTA 8-5-56 (NO DATE) RECENT ISSUE, TICK-BORNE DISEASES, NEW

1.00







9798 MAPS and etc.










B. Road Map of France, 1944, Army Map Service,

the Veteran marked his route across France on it, GC


45.00


C. ROAD MAP OF FRANCE, 1944, ARMY MAP SERVICE, GC

sold






AA. Mechernich, Germany, GC
This Map, + the following 3 x maps were published by the U.S.Army in 1944-1945 (reproduced from Captured German Maps which were dated 1938-41)

These German maps belonged to C" Company, "1st" Battalion (unknown Regiment) Plus the "War Games" map




30.00

AB. Bendorf, Germany, GC

30.00

AC. Burgbrohl, Germany, GC

sold

AD. Kempenich, Germany, FC - GC

20.00

AE. "SPECIAL MAP A", this is a WAR Games map for the Fort Benning area (Positions Shown: 145th, 147th, 11th, & etc. Infantry Units),

No date but delclinations is dated 1938, GC



60.00








BA. MACV “Map CATALOG”, dated February 1970, printed by the 66th Engineer Company (part of 79th ENGR GP at Long Binh Plantation), comes with blank Order Forms, 55 pages, Catalog probably never used, was stored decently, some of the maps you can order are: different scale Tactical Maps, “VC Captured Maps”, nautical charts, aeronautical charts, the distribution list (shows Units in Vietnam who received this Catalog), Escape and Evasion Maps, City Plans, etc., etc., EC+
You cannot order the Maps listed in this Catalog
See on Equipment page:

125.00














All items Listed and Sold in this Catalog are for "Collectible Display” ONLY!
(A "Collectible Display” Item is anything a Prudent Person would NOT use for anything but a DISPLAY)











9800 - 9899 CLAYMORE MINES and PARTS




NOTES:

(see LYLES' Book, page 95, item 17 for Claymore Parts)

(All Training (Blue Color) Items will be Noted!)

(Instruction Sheets are Plastic unless Noted. Most Sheets will have small tears at the edges due to Wear of the Folds and Stitching.)



(Items are "Inert" or the Explosive Devices have been Removed)




All Items are for Display Only!




9820 Claymore Mine Carrying BAGs




A. OG Bag, With Instruction Sheet (sheet may have small tears), EC

sold

B. OG Bag, No Instruction Sheet, EC

sold

C. OG Bag, With Instruction Sheet (sheet may have tears), GC

sold

D. OG Bag, No Instruction Sheet, GC

sold

E. OG Bag, With Instruction Sheet (sheet may have tears), FC

sold

F. OG Bag, No Instruction Sheet, FC

sold

AA. OG Bag with Instruction Sheet, small stains, Excellent Color, EC+

sold

9828 Claymore M57 Electrical Firing DEVICE




"CLACKER" USED TO FIRE THE CLAYMORE MINE




B. dated 1975, EC+

sold

C. dated 1969, EC




D. dated 1975, EC




E. dated 1976, EC




F. Not Dated, EC




G. dated 1976, EC+




H. dated 1969, EC




K. dated 1973, EC+

sold

(see item # 9620 for FM 23-23 (APERS Field Manual))










9900 - 9999 U.S.Air Force UNIFORMS & Clothing.










see 6030 - 6099 for Sage Green USAF Uniforms










9902 Blue USAF UNIFORMs ( Limited Issue or Private Purchase )



Items issued:

to Senior USAF Officers

on Special Occasions to lower-ranking personnel








B. Brigadier General's (1 star) Limited Issue Flyer's Blue COVERALLS,

Control No. 9017 made by Defense Personnel Support Center (DPSC),

probably from the 1970s ERA. Waist has a black knit in the back (covered by a cloth belt with buckle in front). General's Name typed on the DPSC Label. Estimated size is 38/40.

Direct Embroidered: General's Stars on Epaulets, Command Pilot's Wing,

and Name. Minor Wear, Near-New


Could have been worn by a SAC “Looking Glass” Flyer



350.00


F. LTG 's (3-Stars) Blue COVERALLS, 44L,

rank on shoulders, Name Tag, 3 patches on Velcro, EC+




135.00


K. LTG’s Blue Issue Waist JACKET, 44L, Control Number 9060, no liner,

direct embroidered: Name, Rank, and Badge, comes with his Neck Scarf, EC+


ask for pictures

sold


M. BG’s Limited Issue Flyer's Blue COVERALLS, DPSC control number 9543, General’s name and rank on label, Waist has a black knit in the back (covered by a cloth belt with buckle in front), back-knit is to make it more comfortable to wear the suit on the long SAC Flights, estimated size is Small/Long, BG epaulet loops,

cloth Name Tag with Command Wing and his Name, EC


Was worn by a SAC “Looking Glass” Flyer


inquire

P. heavyweight Blue Flight SUIT issued to a junior Officer,

(Similar to the General Officer’s Flight Suits)

woven label reads: “Experimental Test Sample” “Clothing Branch”,

hang label has the: date, his rank and name, etc.,

black leather name tag has the “silver leaf” missing (dry cleaning took off the leaf),

worn by Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory personnel, EC+



inquire


R. Major General Archie M. Burke’s

Blue Jacket and Suit from the “Experimental Test Sample Clothing Branch


Flight Jacket Label reads:

Date 10-8-68, Type Flight Jacket, Size 42, M/Gen A. M. Burke

Black Leather Name Tag with Command Pilot’s Badge and Name,

Black Leather Rank sewn to the epaulets,

Wool knits have been repaired(mothing), minor wear, EC
Flight Uniform(coveralls) Label reads:

Date 10-7-68, Type Flight Uniform, Size 40R, M/Gen A. M. Burke

Black Leather Name Tag with Command Pilot’s Badge and Name,

Black Leather Rank sewn to the epaulets,

Suit has minor wear, EC+
With this Group is an Official Air Force picture of the General
Grouping is sold as One Lot - it will NOT be broken up!!!!!
see on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf___cap_gear.htm#9902r___mg_burke_s_experimental_jacket_suit


sold
































9904 General Officer’s Items



see items on this page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf___cap_gear.htm







B. Brigadier General’s Issue “Hoist” Flag, White Star on a Blue Field, label reads: “.....Hoist...3’ x 4’...FSN 8345-526-4472....Annin and CO OCT 1962...”, New
(other items also available)

inquire


D. General Officer’s Black Pistol Belt, made by Bianchi, only issued for 2-3 years so I am told(?), a few nicks, Named on reverse of Buckle, EC

sold


G. Brigadier General’s small wool Flag, 5 ¾” x 8 3/8” local made, sun fading, moth nips and holes, GC

2-3

inquire

See on USAF Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf___cap_gear.htm





9910 USAF Academy Items



See pictures on USAF Gear page








C. JACKET:

Small (label reads “38” on reverse side of “Union Label”);



Reversible Dark Blue Cotton outershell with Wool Knits on: Neck, Waist, and Wrists; one outside breast pocket with, covered button, Flap; chenille “USAFA 1961” left breast patch; liner is a Gray/Brown fuzzy material which reverses and can be worn outside; double-pull Conmar brass zipper; small knit repairs and liner shows some moth nipping, overall in EC

150.00



F. JACKET:

40S, Blue with “92” on left SSI (Class of 1992), Name Tape, named on label,



35th Squadron (Flying Weasel), Black knits on: Neck, Cuffs, & Waist, EC+

(35th patch was modified by the 3552nd Wild Weasel Unit in Desert Storm)


125.00



G. JACKET:

Large (label torn-out), Blue (Never had a Class Patch), 3rd Squadron (CERBERUS), Black knits on: Neck, Cuffs, & Waist, EC+


125.00

K. JACKET:

40S, Blue with “92” on left SSI (Class of 1992), Name Tape, named on label,

36th Squadron (Pink Panther), Black knits on: Neck, Cuffs, & Waist, EC+

Chest = 41-42”

Sleeve (to end of knit) = 34.5”

Back (to bottom of knit) = 22”


sold








9920 Olive Green Fatigue SHIRTS with BADGES



see SHIRTs on USAF Gear page:







C. size Small (no labels), 2-Pocket tube-sleeve,

Color Patches: 173rd Airborne Brigade, “5th DIRECT AIR SUPPORT FLIGHT”(DASF) “405TH FIGHTER WING”,

& White on Blue Tapes(name tape local made), EC+


(pocket-patch has: Jets, ParaBadge, USAF Pilot’s Wing, and etc.)

I think this is a very Un-Common 405th Fighter Wing Patch


see on USAF Gear page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf_gear.htm#405th_fw

450.00


F. Large, BX purchase made by "TROOPER", USAF Color: Major’s Rank, Both Tapes, Senior Pilot’s Wing, TAC Patch,

& 302nd Special Operations Squadron, EC+



200.00


G. Small, Label faded, (same style as #7864), Color: 48th Fighter Squadron on Right Pocket, Stripes, Both Tapes, several snags on back, GC+
see on USAF Gear page:

http://www.ljmilitaria.com/usaf___usaaf___cap_gear.htm#48th_fis

135.00


last letter used was K.










9946 WWII Era A-3 OD Cotton Field Cap (6-panel Baseball style)



A-3 Mechanics OD HBT cap with stiffened brim, intended for Summer wear


see A-3 Caps on Headgear: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/headgear.htm#9946_6_panel_wwii_usaaf_6_panel_cap





C. No size label (modern Large - 7 ½) (see 9946D for spec label), still has the Blue "Army Air Forces" stamp and Logo on the inside and outside, washed-once, minor wear, EC+
( many pictures of WWII USAAF Pilots wearing these caps )

( mate to 9946D & F = same Veteran's estate )




-9-


D. 7 ¼ (modern size Large), "Type A-3, Spec. No. 60287-A, Order No. (535) 42-19356-P, ASHLEY HATS, Inc., Property Air Force, U. S. Army", New

( mate to 9946C & F = same Veteran's estate )


sold


F. 7 ¼ (modern size Large), "Type A-3, Spec. No. 6-287-A, Order No. (535) 42-19356-P, ASHLEY HATS, Inc., Property Air Force, U. S. Army", New

( mate to 9946C & D = same Veteran's estate )



sold


H. approximate size is 7 ¼ - 7 3/8, no markings or labels (never had any), New


-9-







9950 RVN Era OG Cotton Field CAP (WWII era Baseball Style)



6-Panel Baseball Cap ( similar style to #9946 )








A. 7 ¼, Dated 1963, New (Rare)

100.00

B. 7 ¼, Dated 1963, Near-New (Rare)

85.00

F. 7 ¼, date faded, small paint stain on bill, EC
See on Headgear page


75.00







9990 Lightweight Dark Blue JACKET




Poly/Wool Waist Length Jacket with Removable Liner, knits on wrist and waist




A. Man’s size 34R, Dated 1990, FSN 8405-01-298-6882,

neck is soiled but otherwise Near-New


45.00


B. Woman’s size 38/40, no liner, EC

35.00

C. Man’s size 42R, PX Purchase, as-New

50.00













10100 - 10199 Pre-RVN Era Personal Items, Underwear and etc.










see 53xx for RVN Era to Present Personal items











see Clothing Page for Pictures: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm











10102 Miscellaneous PERSONAL ITEMS




F. OD Wool Knitted Vest-Sweater and Scarf, maybe WWI or WWII, has some runs but in overall Good Condition

(Came from a WWI/WWII Family Grouping)


sold








10104 WWII Era Money BELT




pictures on the Souvenir Page:








A. 3-pocket, very-supple Tan Leather, stamped with an "EAGLE" & a "U.S." on each side, minor tear, otherwise in NWSM, EC

(picture available (ask) of the very small ¼” tear...can be glued)


35.00


B. 3-pocket, Tan Leather, stamped with an "EAGLE" & a "U.S.", NWSM

40.00

C. 3-pocket, Olive Drab Cotton, named, rust stains, GC+

(belonged to a Corporal Kocial: was in the CCC and a 90mm Anti-Aircraft Unit in Texas and he did the Guadalcanal Invasion with that Unit)



20.00







pictures on the Souvenir Page:














10120 WWII Era Athletic SUPPORTER ("Jock Strap")




Still in the Government Brown Paper Bag, stock number 37-S-5884



A. size Large, New-in-Package

sold

B. size Large, 3” waist band, stock NO. 37-S-5884, by Keystone Coat & Apron Mfg. Corp. of Philadelphia, PA., New-in-Neatly-Opened-Package

see picture on Clothing page

-3-4-







10128 Olive Drab (OD) TOWEL




A. used, GC

sold

10130 WWII Era Olive Drab HANDKERCHIEF




A. used, Good Condition

sold

B. New (none in stock)

sold

C. used, Excellent Condition

sold







10140 OD WWII Style UNDERSHIRT (Cotton)




Lightweight Summer Undershirt (see Doughboy to GI, page 66)




A. Small-Medium, GC

50.00

B. Small-Medium, minor rust stains, GC

50.00

C. Small, 55-U-4836, Dated 1947, PQD No. 344A, New

sold

E. Size "36", 55-U-4836, Dated 5-7-45, PDQ No. 344 3-11-43, New

sold

F. Medium, minor stain on bottom, GC

50.00

G. Small, No. 55-U-4836, Pattern Dated June 26, 1946, small stain, EC

50.00

H. Small, EC

50.00







10142 OD WWII Style UNDERSHIRT (Wool/Cotton)




Heavyweight Long Sleeve Undershirt for Wearing in Cold Weather.

(see Doughboy to Book, page 66)






A. Small, (Dated 1945 or 1946(?), Last-4 Stamped Inside, New

75.00

C. Small, Last-4 Stamped on Back-of-Neck, EC+

65.00

D. Small, Stamped Label unreadable, Looks-New

75.00

E. Small, Stamped label unreadable, Looks-New

75.00







10144 OD WWII Style DRAWERS (Cotton)




Underwear with a 3-Button Front and side Adjustment-Strings

(see World War GI Book, page 26)






A. Size 32, Dated Dec 13, 1943, Spec. No. 55-D-402, New

sold







10146 OD WWII Style Long John BOTTOM




Wool/Cotton Heavyweight Winter Underwear




B. Size 30, Dated 1945, Pattern Dated 24-9-43, Stock No. 55-D-527, NWSM

50.00

C. Size 30, Dated 1945, Pattern Dated 24-9-43, Stock No. 55-D-527, New

50.00








see Clothing Page for Pictures: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/clothing.htm











10200 - 10299 National Geographic MAGAZINEs




( Magazines are in “GC” (Good Condition) Unless Noted )




1943 Issues:



October, (U.S. Medals, Caps, Devices, & etc.), GC (3 in stock)

(16 Pages in color with 10 pages of Verbage on Medals)



50.00

December, (U.S. Medals, CAP & etc. items), GC (2 in stock)

(8 pages in color with 11 pages of Verbage)



50.00

1957 Issues:




August, (USAF: 50 Years of Military Flight)

10.00

1965 Issues:




January, (Special Forces in Vietnam --- Original(sold) and Reprint….see Sandy)

Listed on SF page



inquire

January, (SF during the Montagnard Rebellion in 1964)

Listed on SF page



-2- firm

1967 Issues:




February, “Behind the Headlines in Viet Nam

Listed on SF page



40.00







11000 - 11999 U. S. Medals and Decorations (All Services)











I have eliminated all Medals and Ribbons from my stock.
See 49000 - 49999 section for: Rank, Branch, Badges, and etc.
















12000 - 12099 Lights/Flashlights/Lanterns/Torch-Lights/Torches/etc.
















12016 WWII Era 2-Cell Angelhead Flashlight (see-thru Plastic Body)




"122" Style, Clear (see-thru) Plastic Body, UnCommon Flashlight!

(similar style shown in Doughboy to GI Book, page 232, 2nd from top)






A. Clear Plastic Body with Chrome Plated brass: Switch, Push-Button switch, and Clip. Stamped "-122- GITS Made in USA". Extra Bulb in cap, GC+

(slide switch does not work….push-button switch works!)


(This light was found with a Veteran’s Grouping, not positive it was Issue(?))

(see picture on Web Page http://www.ljmilitaria.com/id45.htm )



100.00








12020 RVN Era OG Anglehead FLASHLIGHT




A. New-in-Box, Dated 1975 (DSA-400-75-C-3297) (quantity)

45.00

B. As Above, but Box has Stains (quantity)

31.00

C. New-in-Box, Dated 1975, Corrosion on Metal Clip, NWSM (quantity)

30.00







12030 Anglehead FLASHLIGHT




MX-991/U 2-Cell with Switch Guard, Extra Lenses and Bulb
Sold at Fort Ord when they closed-down in the early 1990s






B. Black, New-in-Box (Quantity)
see on Equipment page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm


21.00







12032 Anglehead FLASHLIGHT (Anti-Spark)




MX-212/U 2-Cell Black and Yellow Mine Safety Flashlight




A. New-in-Box (3 in Stock)
Sold at Fort Ord when they closed-down in the early 1990s
see on Equipment page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm


22.00













12036 2-Cell FLASHLIGHT




Black Body with a Yellow Switch,

No Military Markings but were Issued to the 7th Infantry Division at Fort Ord






A. New (Quantity)

21.00













12040 3-Cell FLASHLIGHT




MX-994/U with Extra Lenses
Sold at Fort Ord when they closed-down in the early 1990s
see on Equipment page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment.htm





A. OG, New-in-Box (Quantity)

22.00

B. Black, New-in-Box (Quantity)

23.00







12050 LANTERN, Gasoline (Issue)




OG Lantern in Cardboard Carrying Case.

(Lanterns without the Cardboard Carrying Case will be noted)

(Lanterns are Not Tested to see if they Work, Condition is based on Looks)





(none in stock)










12060 Coleman LANTERN (Civilian)




All Lanterns in this section are Civilian Purchase (see #12050 for Issue Items)

(Lanterns are Not Tested to see if they Work, Condition is based on Looks)






C. Red Color Model 200A, Dated 1972, 85% Condition, EC

(Comes with Original: Box (30% Condition) and Paperwork)



150.00

F. Two(2) Mantles, Green Color Model 228E with the Large Top, Dated 1957, still has the Original "Sun" Globe, Original Paperwork and 2 x Vintage Mantles still in the package, used 1 time(?), small dent on tank, 3 very-small chips on the Top. Comes in a handmade wooden box, 93% Condition Lantern, EC

(I think Large-Top Lanterns are RARE(?))


sold








12062 Lantern Parts (Civilian)




2 ways to spell Mantle (Mantle or Mantel)



A. "Kamplite" Mantles (fits the Coleman 228E and other Lanterns),

2 in package, 1950s Era, comes with original sales slip, New

10.00


B. Coleman "Silk-Lite Mantle", 1950s Era, 1 in package, New

7.00

C. Coleman "Silk-Lite" Mantles, No. 21A, 1950s Era,

6 mantles in the Original Box, New


40.00


D. Small Black Plastic Funnel (used to put fuel in Lanterns), 1950s Era,

marked "PLASMETL", has a screen to filter-out dirt, EC


10.00








12098 Pouch for Anglehead FLASHLIGHT (Non-Issue)




NYLON Pouch with ALICE Clip for attaching to a Belt or Suspenders




A. Desert-6 Camouflage, New (Quantity)

10.00

B. Black, New (Quantity)

10.00













12100 - 12199 NIGHT VISION & GROUND POSITIONING SYSTEMS










12110 RUSSIAN NIGHT VISION ITEMS




A. NV-100 Night Vision Scope WITH ILLUMINATOR, BY MOONLIGHT PRODUCTS OF SAN DIEGO, CA.

NEW-IN-BOX WITH MANUALS



sold














12200 - 12299 WATCHES & Associated Items









All Watches are in Running Condition unless Noted!


All Watches are SOLD as Collectible Items Only!
Note:

I test the Watches for 2 Days......If they do not Lose or Gain More than 2 Minutes in 2 Days I Consider them to be in Good Working Order.














12210 WWII Era Wrist Watch BANDs




Cloth watchbands, some still in the clear-paper wrapper, All are still on the Cards





C. 2-piece bands in assorted widths and colors (quantity)

see Pictures on



http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/equipment_.htm#watches___etc_


35.00

D. 1-piece watchband, 5/8” wide, OD, gold color buckle (2 in stock)


45.00

E. 1-piece “Extra-Long” band, 5/8” wide, OD, silver color buckle

55.00



















12220 WWII USAAF/USN Navigation Watch CASE




Round Gray Metal Carrying Case for the AN5740 Watch

(see Sweeting's Combat Flying Equipment Book, page 201)


see Pictures on Equipment page




A. Box dated 1944, Spec. No. 94-27310, New-in-Box

sold

B. Box dated 1943, Spec. No. 94-27310, New-in-Box

sold







12230 1950s – Early RVN Era Wrist WATCHES




Watches are in "RUNNING-CONDITION", unless notated







A. Stainless Steel buffed case & crown, dated 1956-57 “CONT. NO. DA-36-038-ORD-20792M, MIL-W-3818A, SER. NO. 4146, A F Stock NO. 6645-808-1407, Bulova Stock NO. 10BNCH, U. S.”, dial signed “BULOVA”, Hands & dial dis-colored, not sure if band original, (has been on the watch a long-time--in Fair Condition), Overall GC
(Perfect for late-1950s - early-1960s MAAG-Vietnam Era Advisor Re-Enactors)
see Picture on Equipment page


sold

D. Type A-17A, “Wrist, Watch, Second Setting, Navigation Hack”, dated 1958, Manufacture’s SN AF-56-7730, MFR’s Part Number 2172, SPEC-MIL-W-6433, Contract number DA-36-038-ORD-19798, Elgin National Watch CO., crystal has cracks(ask for picfile), scratch marks on the back, will not keep accurate time, NO Band, GC
This watch needs to be: adjusted, repaired, parts replaced, or ? !!!!!!
A Replacement BAND is available, see pictures on this link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/equipment_.htm#watches___etc_

inquire













12236 RVN Era 1-Piece Nylon WATCHBANDS




Used Watchbands from the 1960's & 70's with “Blackened” hardware with an embossed “STAINLESS STEEL” on the underside of the buckle.
I am not sure when the Olive Green wristbands were replaced with Black Bands.

I have seen references on the Web, by what appears to be reputable collectors/dealers, that both colors were used during the Vietnam Era( pre-1975).

I do not remember seeing a Black Band during 1967-1969 or 1970-1971.

I got a new watch in the Summer of 1971, at Cu Chi, which had an OG wristband.

My experience, and from other Veterans, would indicate the change-over happened in the mid-1970s(?).





A. Olive Green, Used, EC ( 3 in stock )


65.00

B. Olive Green, shorten by 1.5”, Used, EC


40.00

C. Black, Used, EC

sold

D. Olive Green, Used, EC+ see Pictures on Equipment page


sold







12238 One-Piece NYLON Replacement WATCHBAND




Olive Green or Black NYLON with “Blackened” hardware with an embossed “STAINLESS STEEL” on the underside of the buckle.
I think these are referred to as “18mm one-piece NYLON Bands”

Manufactured, circa 1987-92, similar to the RVN Era Wristband





A. OG NYLON, New

38.00

B. Black NYLON, New

36.00







12239 One-Piece NYLON Replacement WATCHBAND




Olive Green NYLON with “Blackened” hardware
( NOT embossed with ‘stainless steel’ )
Manufactured, circa 1991-1996, similar to the RVN Era Wristband





D. Olive Green wristband with Blackened Buckle, New

25.00







12240 RVN Era Wrist WATCH




Gray Metal Case with NYLON Wristband, “GG-W-113” model watches were mainly (maybe exclusively) made by the Hamilton or Benrus Companies.

Watches are in "RUNNING-CONDITION"


(Same Style as Lyles’ RVN Book pages: 41/73/79)
All Watches come with a one-piece: Olive Green or Black Replacement Band,

“Blackened” hardware embossed “STAINLESS STEEL” on Underside of buckle,

your choice of Black or Olive Green Wristband.
It will be noted if the watch still has it’s Original Band





D. dated 1975 (March), “Wrist Watch GG-W-113”, “FED. STOCK NO. 6645-066-4279 U. S. MFG. PART NO. X 3075”, “CONT. NO. GS-06S-9229” “SERIAL NO. 43418”, initials(?) scratched on back, EC

sold


I. dated 1969 (July), “Wrist Watch GG-W-113”, “FED. STOCK NO. …450664279”, “MFG. PART NO. 39986”, “CONT. NO. GS-06S-2648”, “SERIAL NO. 9898”, “U. S.”, minor scratch on back, EC

see Pictures on Equipment page




sold


K. dated 1969, “Wrist Watch GG-W-113”, see web site for details
( gained 4 minutes in 24 hours )


200.00

L. date July 1965, SN 063997, “Wrist Watch DTU-2A/P MIL-W-3818B”, see web site for details ( lost 4 minutes in 24 hours )

sold


see Pictures on Equipment page











12241 RVN Era Wrist Watches - Miscellaneous




D. dated October 1970, plastic case “General Purpose Wrist Watch, MIL-W-46374A, by WESTCLOX No. 75092, FSN 6645-952-3767, DAAA25-7-D-0335, OCT 1970, U. S.”, band looks original(marked “STAINLESS” under the buckle), EC

(Accuracy Test = 4 minutes slow in 24 hours = not bad for a “throw-away” watch, 37 years old)

(On the watch band is an older Issue Compass made by “W.C. CO.”, no value placed on compass---it works)


Sold

G. dated March 1975, plastic case Watch, Wrist, General Purpose: MIL-W-46374A, made by BENRUS, 6645-00-952-3767, US MFG Part NO 179Q, crystal shows normal wear, EC

( Accuracy Test is Excellent, less than a minute in 4 days )

(On the watch band is an older Issue Compass made by “W.C. CO.”, no value placed on compass---it works)


sold


H. GG-W-113, dated August 1987, SN: 7833xx, comes with Black band, never used, NEW

See on Equipment page: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/equipment_.htm#watches___etc_


sold








12244 RVN Era & AFTER Wrist Watches, circa 1960 - 1979










Most of these Watches will not have a wristband.

Many are for PARTS ONLY and will be noted after they are tested.

UnTested watches will be tested after an inquiry for it is made.
See Watches on this Link: http://www.ljmilitaria.com/geargeneral/equipment_.htm#watches___etc_





F. 1965, subject to stock on-hand, see on Web Site:

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