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Item # 4148  $4.00
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Green Wool Army shirt:  I do not know what period of time this is from or do I know what it is called.  The label is unreadable.  I wear a Large and this fits me snug so It is probably more Medium in size.  I see no holes or problems with it, all buttons are present.  It looks and feels like wool, but may be synthetic?
Item # 71412    $130.00
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British Commonwealth Snake Buckle Belt:  Could be English, Canadian, Australian or ?  Classic Victorian era waist belt with snake buckle closure.
Stamped A 16 on the back and has a couple of names on the back.  Has the sewn in loops for shoulder straps.  Good condition with no major problems that a 100 year old belt wouldn't have.
$110.00
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U.S.  BRASS BUCKLE:
Maker name of DOMAR and marked U.S.  Not polished and has some minor scratches and scuffs.

WW2 Army Enlisted Leather Garrison Belt:  Probably private purhase as the only markings on it are the size "36" and "Top Grain Cowhide Bridle".  On the buckle back is stamped "GOLD PLATE".  This is unusual as they are usually just polished brass. About 90% of the gold plate remains on the back of the buckle and on the front about 50% remains.  It has the uniform protection chape.  It has been used but is in good condition.  Straight from a 96th Division Vet's estate.
$19.00
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1872-1902 Hospital Corps Sgt. Chevron:
This is the 1872 pattern sergeant's chevron for the Hospital Corp.  It is bright and clean and really a beauty.  All wool with chain stitching and the green arc across the top.  Hard to find one better.  #1.
$19.00
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One Pair of 1872-1902 ORDNANCE SGT. CHEVRONS: These are fantastic beauties of a hard to find item.  All wool with chain stitching and embroidery.  They are bright and clean.  Each has a small moth hole to the left of the Ordnance Bomb in the black and one has a small moth hole in the right side, bottom chevron.. 
$129.00
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GLOVES, LEATHER, BLACK:
Size 8. Contract tags indicate 1991 production. Worn but no problems with them.
$3.00
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GLOVES, LIGHT DUTY: Men's and Women's FLEXOR. Size 5.  I think1997 production. With liners. I did not remove liners to check condition. 
$4.00
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GLOVES, MEN'S TYPE 1:
With trigger finger. No liners, no problems noted.  Should be good for hunting!
$4.00
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U.S. CHROMED BUCKLE: 
Maker name of ALCO, BRK'N, NY and marked U.S.  Not polished and is dirty, scuffed and scratched.  Chrome or Nickle over brass.
$3.00
OFFICER'S BELT BUCKLE:
Maker marked OFFICERS EQUIPMENT COMPANY 4-76.  Chromed or nickeled over brass.  Shows use.
$2.00
COVERALLS, UTILITY, BLUE (SHIPBOARD):  Nice pair of work coveralls.  Nice large 48L size.  I see no problems with them, they look near new.  There are belt loops but there is no belt with them.
USMC VIETNAM WAR UNIFORM:  Inlcudes coat, pants, tie, belt and cover.  The only problem noted is a hole in one pant leg near the front crease. Also a hole in the backside of the belt which does not show when on uniform.  Coat ID'd. Tie and pants ID marked out, but tie is still readable although different name than coat.  Coat contract tag is1968 and cover is 1969.  No tag found in the pants; they measure about 31W X 31L. Coat is size 16.
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$10.00
WW1 28th INFANTRY OFFICER'S TUNIC: 1918 pattern, summer weight tan. 28th Infantry Division felt patch and U.S./109th Artillery Battalion insignia. Collar insignia is blackened bronze and 2nd Lt. bars are silver color.  All are pinback.  The buttons are all 1902 rimmed General Service buttons held on with clips. The two lower pocket buttons are a slightly different style. Officer's braid on the cuffs.  Full standing collar is lined.  Small light stains but mostly clean.  I see no holes or tears.  Three initials on inside of collar is the only ID. 
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WW1 OFFICER'S CAVARLY BOOTS, WITH THE SPURS:  Spurs are the model 1911 complete with the leathers.  Boots have a lot of surface loss to the leather but they display nicely.  If you can't use the spurs then deduct $25.00 for a boot only cost of $75.00
$69.00 without spurs, $89.00 with the spurs.
U.S. NAVY WINTER FLYING TROUSERS/PANTS, WEPS:  These are a pretty nice pair of Navy winter flying trousers. Only problem I see is some wear and soil at the ends of the legs from use.  Insulated with slick nylon type surface.  Pair these with your WEPS jacket for display or they would be Ideal to wear in the duck blind, goose pit or any other winter activity!
$9.00
USMC P1958 Utility Shirt, GOMER PYLE TYPE:
Best of my research finds this to be a USMC, P1958 UTILITY SHIRT.  Commonly called the GOMER PYLE shirt.  No tags inside but it measures out to be:  19" across the back at the shoulders; 22 1/2" across the back, arm pit to arm pit; sleeves 30" measured from cuff to center of the back; 26" long from the base of the collar to the tail and about a 16" neck as measured flat from button to button hole.  ID'd over the left pocket J.P. CARMAN.  Paint on one sleeve.  All plastic buttons present.  See photos for more info.
$7.00
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GLOVE LINERS:  Date unknown.  There are no tags or stampings on them.  I will assume they have been worn, but I see no problems with them.  I have a large hand and they fit me.
$2.00
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SCARF, NECKWEAR, MAN'S:  Contract dated 1981. 100% wool.  OG-208 shade.  I will assume it has been worn but I see no problems with it. See the photos for more information.
$2.00
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Item # 21511  $7.00
LONG JOHNS:  I don't know for sure what these are, I think Navy?   It looks like a partial service number is stenciled on the front (see photos).  They have a draw string adjustment in the back.  There is some wear near the crotch on the front.
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US NAVY SHOE LACES, 2 pair:
These were found in the bottom of a WW2, white Navy seabag.  I assume they were for canvas deck or athletic shoes.  Tips are metal. 1 pair is 17" and the other is 18".  Both pair for one price.
Item # 31535   $1.00
U.S. NAVY OFFICER'S SWORD BELT:  Age unknown but, probably Vietnam period or later?  No ID or maker mark visible.  Only problem I see is some surface cracking to the leather at the buckle loop.
Item # 31537   $19.99
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WW2 SUSPENDERS FOR MOUNTAIN TROUSERS:  (See page 53 GI Collectors Guide, Vol. 1.  by Henri-Paul Enjames).  Good condition but has lost most of the elasticity.  Partial serial number is all that is written on them.
Item # 31540   $9.00
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M-1950 TROUSER SUSPENDERS, DATED 1951.  KOREAN WAR PERIOD:  Good condition with elasticity remaining.
Item # 31541   $3.00
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TRUNKS, SWIMMERS.  U.S. NAVY ISSUE: Made in 1976 by Kings Point Mfg.  Size 34.  This is the same item worn by Navy Seals.  These have not been worn or washed.  No problems with them.
Item # 61516  $3.00
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TRUNKS, SWIMMERS.  U.S. NAVY ISSUE: No readable tag left but probably are 1970's and size 34.  There are two pair; one pair has one button missing and the other pair has two buttons missing.  Combine the two pair to make one good pair by moving buttons.
Item # 61517  $2.00
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US 1872 BELT PLATE:  Indian War era belt plate that has a story; I just wish it could tell us about it.  It is hallmarked with an "L".  It has large dents on one edge and a solid crack in the belt slot from when it was used as a hammer to beat on something.  As large as the dents are I believe it was still on the belt when swung and hit something.  Full size 3-1/4" X 2-1/8".  Guaranteed original and not a reproduction.  Nice vintage collectible.
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FOUL WEATHER DECK PANTS/TROUSERS, BIBBED:  This is a nice pair of U.S. Navy foul weather deck pants.  Bibbed with the suspenders.  Two pockets in front; two pockets in the rear.  Double TALON zippers.  All buttons present.  The contract tag says the size is a "MEDIUM" and that they date from Oct-Nov 1944 (thanks dustin).  These are so nice that if it weren't for the small hole in the seat I would say they were not worn or used.  However, the small snagged hole in the seat is present.  They will still display nice from the front with the U.S.N. visible or if you are a hunter they would keep you warm in the goose pit.   
Item # 616003  $11.00
TROUSERS, HOT WEATHER, WOODLAND CAMOUFLAGE, COMBAT:  Made of RIP STOP material.  Cuffs are made for a draw string but they are missing. Seat and knees are reinforced.  Two front slash pockets; two rear pockets with flaps and double buttons; two large hip/side pockets with double button flaps.  I see no buttons missing.  Button fly with a cloth gusset that has a tear in it.  On the back seat and leg are two "L" shaped snags.  They have been washed and worn quite a bit and show some usage.  It has a DLA100-90 contract number which I think dates to 1990?  It is faded but that is what it looks like to me.  Size is  MEDIUM-REGULAR (waist 31 to 35, inseam 29-1/2 to 32-1/2).  Adjustable tabs at the waist. 
Item # 816020  $7.00
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U.S. NAVY FEMALE SAILOR (WAVE) SMOCK AND HAT:  I have been unable to verify that this smock was an issue item.  It is possibly something authorized locally to be worn and custom or tailor made.  It sure looks official with the color and the 1-1/2" USN buttons.  Lining is a satin type slick lining and the smock is wool or wool like.  There are no tags at all in it.  It has two large front pockets like a nurse uniform would have.  Nice condition with no problems.  It has short sleeves and buttons down the front; like a coat or a dress.   The hat is the typical late issue and is of recent use. The hat has some soiling to the white crown that maybe will clean OK, I did not try it.   Warrants further research.   
Item # 816023  $24.99
WW2 MADE IN 1944 USN LONG JOHN BOTTOMS, ISSUED LATER:  These US Navy long john bottoms have a Contract Date that looks like NXSX85??? which would date them to around Nov. 1944.  Stenciled on the outside is the ship LPH-7 which was the Helicopter Carrier USS GUADALCANAL.  LPH-7 saw service from 1963-1997 so the long johns would be old stock, newer issue.  Stenciled on the inside is USN and a laundry number.  Also the Contract Number and the Size 34.  In the back is a 3 eyelet set with the string still present.  The front is 3 button and buttons are there.  No holes or damage. These have been washed and are clean.
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Item # 217016  $8.00
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AIR FORCE UTILITY SHIRT OG-507 HEAVILY PATCHED:  This shirt, short sleeved is "MSgt" patched;  "SAC" patched; "Senior Security Police Forces" patched and "Security Police, Dept. of the Air Force, USA" patched.  The small skill badge over the left pocket is for "Senior Security Police Forces".  His name tape is a webbing type material..There are no readable tags in the shirt and the info I posted are from tags in another shirt I had.  I believe this will date from the 1980's.  I found no buttons missing and no damage.  It measures 17"-18" across the shoulders and is 30-1/2" long from the top of the collar to the tail.  Straight cut bottom.
Item # 217015  $9.00
ARMY OFFICER'S COAT, TROPICAL.  LATE VIETNAM WAR:  Contract dated 1971.  Basic coat with no patches and no insignia.  There is glue residue on the inside lining at the neck/collar area from tape or a sticker.  Other than that I see no problems.  It is a nice large size 44L.
Item # 1116033  $4.00
U.S. ARMY COAT, RECRUITER:  This is a nice, private purchase coat with Tech Sgt. Chevrons and a Recruiter patch.  I see no name on it.  There is evidence of ribbon bars and lapel insignia etc. but that is all gone.  I see no major damage.  Buy the entire coat for the value of the patches.
Item # 117021 $3.00
AIR FORCE UTILITY SHIRT OG-507.  FIRST SGT. and SAC PATCHED:  There are no readable tags in this long sleeve shirt, the info I will post is from a similar shirt from the same man that had the tag still in it.  I measure the size of this shirt as 17-18" across the shoulders with a 33-34" sleeve length.  All buttons are present and I see no damage.  First Sergeant "diamonds" are separate from the MSgt. patch.  SAC patch on the right pocket.  I believe this shirt will date from the 1980's.  The Airman that wore this shirt was a Security Police man as evidenced from his other shirts that I have or have had.
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SOCKS, TROPICAL KNEE HIGH:  These socks, and the black ones, were in the footlocker of a late 1950's Veteran of the 101st Airborne, 327 AB Infantry.  The black ones look to have been worn and washed; the knee high socks appear to be never worn or washed.  I thought they may be Jump Boot Socks but I found a pair on EBay that said they were to be worn with shorts.  They are size 11 and are 24" high above the heel. The black ones are FREE!
Item # 217019  $2.00
1988 AIR FORCE UNIFORM COAT:  No damage seen and all buttons present.  Rank insignia is of the "Hidden Star" variation (all blue star).  Nice large size 44L.  Two ribbons, a National Defense and the Air Force Training award.  Contract number dates it to 1988.
Item # 417013  $4.00
EARLY WW2 WOOL SHIRT, 44TH DIVISION PATCHED: Early shirt with the full gas flap features.  Scattered moth holes the worse of which is in a cuff GUSSET that is not visible when the cuff is buttoned.  See the photos for more information. 
"COLD WAR" UNIFORM COAT, PATCHED: Tag dated 1956.  Size is 40R. Patched with Staff Sergeant chevrons and US Army Transportation Corps - Pacific patch and tab. Collar insignia present.  All buttons present.  No holes found.  Nice Cold War-PreVietnam issued, 60 years ago, coat.
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Item # 517002  $30.00
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Item # 517041  $4.00
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HIGH TOP LACED BOOTS:  These have the appearance of WW1 to WW2 officer cavalry boots but, I can not confirm that.. They look like the m1931 Cavalry boots but are taller. The text on my photos say they are 16" high but they are actually closer to 17" high. From the bottom there are 9 pair of eyelets then 9 pair of "hooks" and then one more pair of eyelets.  They have replacement laces with them but, they are too short. They have not been polished in a long time.  I can find no writing or size marked on them. There are scratches on the soles in the arch area which could have been caused by the iron stirrups on officer's  saddles. The heels have been replaced. The owner was a smoker and these smell of cigarettes. Replacing the cloth laces and coating with shoe polish may rid them of most of the odor, or not.  I will ship them with the paper removed and folded over.
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Item # 717019  $16.00
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VIETNAM WAR CORCORAN COMBAT BOOTS, 9 1/2 D:  Decent pair of cap toe boots made by Corcoran.  They have been used and worn.  Not ID'd but they came from a Vietnam War Officer's estate. They are size 9 1/2 D.  One lace is shorter than the other and it will not lreach to the top 2-3 holes; they will need new laces. 12 pair of eyelets.
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SHOULDER CORD, ROTC:  This is a pretty red and blue shoulder cord.   I've been told it is the Membership Cord for "Scabbard and Blade", the R.O.T.C. Honorary Military Fraternity. 
Item # 717025  $2.00
U.S. NAVY JROTC UNIFORM SHIRT:  United States Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps shirt complete with shoulder rope and all the insignia trimmings and patch.  I don't think it has ever been washed and it has light soiling, mostly on the right sleeve.
Item # 817002  $6.00
"ALL-IN-ONE" BUTTON BOARD BY N.S. MEYER:  This is the first one of these I have seen.  I usually see the smaller ones (5 in 1) like the one I have for sale in the "PERSONAL ITEMS" category.   This large one measures 4" X 7-3/4" and is brass.  These were placed between the button and the uniform to protect the fabric when polishing the buttons.  Well marked as shown in the photo.
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Item # 817007  $25.00
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COLD WAR (1956) - VIETNAM WAR UNIFORM TROUSERS:  I do not see any buttons missing nor do I see any holes.  There are a few spots as shown in the photos that may, or may not, clean off.  1954 pattern manufactured in 1956.  All tags present as shown in the photos.  This is a uniform item worn by John Deaver.
Item # 817028  $3.00
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U.S. COAST GUARD BELT: Dark blue web, 39" long.  Brushed nickle hardware. Like new.
U.S. COAST GUARD BELT BUCKLE:  As new.  Brushed nickle finish.  
Item # 817029  $4.00
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Item # 817030  $2.00
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TWO TAN WEB WAIST BELTS:  ID'd to John Deaver.  These have his full service number as well as his laundry stamp on them.  I have had several Deaver items with laundry stamps but these are the only items with his full service number.  No buckles with them.
Item # 917023  $2.00  for both
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LARGE SIZE HBT SHIRT:  "Jacket, Herringbone Twill, Special, OD Shade 7, 12 MARCH 1943":  This WW2 pattern HBT jacket is patched with Spec 5 rank patches of the kind in use 1955-1957.  The jacket has the 13 star metal buttons of which all are present.  I see no holes or damage to this nice, size 42R, jacket.  There was a unit patch on the left shoulder that has been removed.  There is a contract tag inside the left pocket that is washed out and unreadable.  This jacket has the "Special" features for gas protection. (See photos for more info).  At the back of the neck is a staple that may have been from the original cutter's tag.  A feature of these WW2, 1942-1943 jackets is the expandable side to the chest pockets.  Name of LAMMERT needs researched.   
Item # 218040U  $19.00
WW2, RIDING PANTS, CAVALRY AND MOUNTED INFANTRY:  These are a mystery to me.  I found them in one of my footlockers, stored away.  I do not recall where I got them or what I paid for them.  They are private purchase and look like a khaki cotton material.  There is a laundry stamp in them so I think they are WW2 military.  I have seen photos of General Patton wearing pants like these.  Only problem noted is the staining on the right hip, looks like rust and a mild moth ball odor.
Item # 218041U  $9.00
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Item # 617040  $49.00
Item # 61555  $75.00
Item # 916017  $9.00
US NAVY CPO COAT, BULLION PATCH, ID'd, TAILOR MADE IN JAPAN:  Nice coat belonged to Jimmie Crank Jr. who was a Chief Aviation Store Keeper.  Married a Japanese girl and was a 20 year man.  Had this coat tailor made in Japan.  Buttons and bullion patch most likely were also made in Japan. Copies of obituary and grave marker included.
Item # un51813  $7.00
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ARMY COMBAT BOOTS, GORE-TEX, CORDURA, VIBRAM, ROCKY:  All the good names on these new, never worn desert combat boots.  Private purchase approved by the US Army for Flight and Combat Vehicle Crewman use. They are a size "4.5R" which measures, where the foot would fit, about 9 inches long.  All the original tags are intact.
Item # un61815  $6.00
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WW2 US NAVY FOUL WEATHER DECK JACKET, 1944:  Not too easy of an item to find is this War time issue and use "Deck Jacket".  When I was in the Navy in the early 60's, on an Aircraft Carrier we wore these and called them "Foul Weather Jackets".  The contract number on this offering dates it to early 1944.  The ship's name is stenciled on the back but I can't read it positively;  It could be the USS Charrette a WW2 Destroyer or the USS Charlotte a WW2 USCG Frigate.  Both saw action in WW2, especially the Charrette which was fighting the Japanese in the Pacific Theater.  Please see the photos for condition but, I can say the USN stencil on the left chest is all but gone.  "Fur" wear at the collar.  Broken zipper.  Fraying at the wear areas.  Button missing.  Tear behind right sleeve.  Dirty and stained all over.  Remember this is a WW2 veteran and not a surplus stores item and it shows lots of use and wear..  Draw string is still at the bottom.  Contract tag is still in place and it is a nice large size of 44.
Item # un7181  $99.00
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KOREAN WAR AIR FORCE "IKE" JACKET:  Very nice condition USAF blue jacket cut like the Army's Ike jackets.  This one is dated 1949 and worn by Korean War veteran by the name of DICKERSON.  No problems seen with this nice jacket.  The tie is included.
Item # un7182  $9.00
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TROUSERS, WOODLAND CAMO.:  Only problem noted is the top waist/fly button is missing. Otherwise they are near new.  They are contract dated 1982 and are a size SMALL-REGULAR.  They have two front slash pockets; two side cargo pockets and two rear pockets with two button flaps.  No velcro on these with the waist band adjusters being a buckle and the cuffs with draw strings.  Very nice pair.
Item # 7183  $3.00
VIETNAM WAR TROUSERS:  Dated 1964.  COTTON SATEEN, OG-107 Shade.  30X31 size.  Full button fly with all buttons.  Tab and button side adjustments with one button missing.  They have not been worn since wash, starch and press.  I see no holes or damage.
Item un7184  $6.00
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DIGITAL CAMO COAT AND TROUSERS, AS NEW:  The coat still has a barcode tag on it so I don't think it has ever been worn.  The trousers may have been worn but match the coat in condition. The tags in the coat read: COAT, ARMY COMBAT UNIFORM, 2005 with a size tag of MEDIUM-SHORT.  The trousers read: TROUSERS, ARMY COMBAT UNIFORM, 2005 and a size tag of MEDIUM-REGULAR.  They both have lots of pockets.  I see no problems with either piece.  
Item # un7185  $6.00
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GREEN HBT (HERRING BONE TWILL) COVERALLS:    They have a hole over the left breast pocket (cover it with a patch)..  I believe these are from the early 1960's and I was told by the owner that they were worn in a FORD plant.  They are the military color green HBT and they have metal "donut" buttons.  These buttons read: "CLEVELAND WORK WEAR".  All buttons present and all tags etc are present.  Size 42 as shown on the tag at the collar and also on a tag on the left breast area.
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Item # un7186  $3.00 each
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1945 JACKET-HERRINGBONE TWILL  OD-7 SPECIAL:  Very nice condition with PFC stripes hand sewn on.  I am sure it has been worn but do not think it has been washed?  13 star metal buttons are all there.  Size 34R. At the back seam of the right sleeve there is some fraying of the seam edging that appears to have not been rolled under when sewn.  Doesn't distract but would look even better if the threads were trimmed off. It is the SPECIAL jacket meaning it has gas flap features but the flap appears to have been sewn down at the factory.  Later mod?  The gas hood buttons are under the back of the collar.  Made by H.A. SATIN & CO., INC. Philadelphia Quarter Master Depot.  Nice.
Item # 1018007  $49.00
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VIETNAM WAR TROPICAL COMBAT COAT, THAILAND ARMY JUMP PATCHED:  Slanted chest pockets with drain grommets.  RIP STOP fabric. OG-107 shade.  102nd Infantry (Missouri National Guard) patched.  Armored Cavalry patched.  Airborne patched.  Major insignia patched.  Name (TOLBERT)  and Army tapes.  And: Thailand Jump Wings patched.  All buttons present.  No tears or damage noted.  Contract dated 1969 for Vietnam issue.  Size Medium-Regular.
Item # un1118004  $40.00
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VIETNAM WAR, COAT, MAN'S, COMBAT TROPICAL:  Slant chest pockets with drain holes.  Dated 1970.  Has never had patches or tapes sewn on.  Size Medium-Regular. All buttons present.  In the tail of the shirt, on the back are two small holes as I show in the photo. I see no other damage.  Rip Stop, Wind Resistant fabric in the OG-107 shade. 
Item # 1118006  $10.00
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"SOG  NC" TAPED WOODLAND COMBAT COAT:  Dated 1982 and ID'd "WEINSTEIN". 
 I also have a 1970 dated coat of Weinstein's so I would say he was a career soldier. This one is interesting with the "SOG NC" tape along with the 10th SPECIAL FORCES AIRBORNE patch.  Earlier the SOG was SPECIAL OPERATIONS GROUP and then later the STUDIES and OPERATIONS GROUP.  In addition to the patches mentioned there are SGT's insignia on the collar.  And, as with Weinstein's other coat there are reflective tapes sewn under the collar at the back....like FOLLOW ME.  All buttons present with three on each cuff and I see no damage to this coat. Size is a Medium-Regular.
Item # un1118007  $40.00
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U.S. MARINE CORPS BLOUSE, WOODLAND MARPAT CAMO, MCCUU:  Like new condition, I don't think it was ever laundered. Size is Medium-Regular.  Made by PROPPER for the USMC.  Slanted chest pockets with velcro closure. U.S. MARINES tape over the left pocket with a large EGA insignia on that pocket.. Pockets also on each sleeve and they have button closures.  On the left sleeve pocket is a small EGA insignia.  All buttons are present and the cuff buttons are on the inside of the cuff..
Item # un1118008  $10.00
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QUILTED LEGGINGS:  These are a mystery to me and I have not been able to find any others like them.  They have a lining and are quilted.  Quilted to hold the lining? Quilted to maintain their shape?  Quilted for warmth?  Or just quilted to make them more attractive?  Regular leggin's are a tent type canvas material but these are more like the cotton duck a WW1 and earlier Khaki uniform would be made of.  They are 11" tall, have 9 hooks and two eyelets.  Strings are with them.  Dirty and stained with no major damage noted.  
Item # 1118009  $25.00
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HIGH TOP LACED BOOTS:  Nice old boots.  No markings or size that I could find.  Leather soles look original and the rubber heels are probably replacements.  They have not been cleaned or polished in a long time. They have the WW1-WW2 military look but I can not confirm that.  Officers; Cavalry; Motorcycle; WW1 Aviators and others would have worn boots like these. There are 5 pair of eyelets and 11 pair of hooks.  Height from the floor to the top of the boots is 15".  They are now stuffed with paper to give them shape and I can mail them that way or remove the stuffing which may lower the mailing cost?
Item # 1118010  $69.00
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US NAVY A2 DECK JACKET. 
 USS BON HOMME RICHARD
Early Vietnam War issue Deck Jacket, "USN" marked, "Intermediate Cold Weather A2".  Size Medium (38-40). Stenciled on the back "CVA 31" which was the Attack Aircraft Carrier Bon Homme Richard. Affectionately called the Bonny Dick or Bony Dick as the case may be. Wear at the cuffs and knit.  Scattered grease and paint soiling. All buttons present.  Commar zipper works.  Snap at the chest pocket is good.  Side adjustment tabs and hardware present.  
Item # un12181  $29.00
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