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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 with a couple of names.  Has the sewn in loops for shoulder straps.  Good condition with no major problems that a 100 year old belt wouldn't have.
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Item # snbe  $109.00
"DOMAR", U.S.  BRASS BUCKLE:  Maker name of DOMAR and marked U.S. Not polished and has some minor scratches and scuffs.

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Item # 2142  $2.00
OFFICER'S BELT BUCKLE:
Maker marked OFFICERS EQUIPMENT COMPANY 4-76.  Chromed or nickeled over brass.  Shows use.
Item # 2143  $2.00
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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. 
$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
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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.
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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  $4.99
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 $4.99
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. 
Item # 517002  $19.00
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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  $4.00
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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  $1.99
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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  $2.99
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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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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LEGGINGS, MOTOR-CYCLIST'S. WW1 to Pre-WW2:  These are pictured and identified, on page 148, in the book  "Doughboy to GI"  by Kenneth Lewis.  They will date between 1917 and 1930.  They are 11" tall, have 9 hooks and two eyelets.  Strings are with them.  Dirty and stained with no major damage noted.  Not an easy item to find.
Item # 1118009  $29.00
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WW2, DOUBLE PATCHED, 11th ARMORED & ARMORED HQ, with RIBBONS:  Nice laid out shirt from WW2.  Armored Headquarters patch; 11th Armored patch; Sgt. chevrons; Honorable discharge patch; 3 overseas stripes (18 mos) and 4 ribbon bars.  EAME ribbon bar has 3 campaign stars.  The 11th was in the Battle of the Bulge and made two pushes into Germany.  There is an Occupation ribbon also for post-War duty.  The ribbon bars are original pinbacks.  Two buttons have been replaced.  There are stains all over it, some is soil but most look like rust? 
Item # un619006  $39.00
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"GEMSCO", U.S. BRASS BUCKLE:  Marker name of GEMSCO.  Not polished and has some minor scratches and scuffs.
Item # un719016  $2.00
WW2 2nd SERVICE COMMAND: Master Sergeant. Coat, Shirt, Pants and a chocolate Officer's Garrison Cap (looks like he took a commission Post-War). Minimal research done.
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COAT, ARMY COMBAT, LARGE SIZE:  Looks to be as new; I can find nothing wrong with it.  Looks like the date may be 2005, (The Vet served in Afghanistan).Two slanted breast pockets and two pockets on each sleeve.  Front zipper closure works fine. Lots of Velcro on it.  Nice size, LARGE-REGULAR.
Item # un1019007  $4.00
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3rd INFANTRY DIVISION, ARMORED, ARMY UNIFORM COAT WITH GERMAN ARMED FORCES SHOOTING AWARD:  This coat is decked out with all the hardware.  Highlight is the German Shooting Award, (Silver) on the right breast.  I have put a lot of text on the photos describing what the items are.  The cord on the left shoulder and the DI's are unknown to me. I see no damage other than some soiling on the right breast pocket as shown.
Item # un1019008  $39.00
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CHIEF, MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS, AIR FORCE.  COAT, MAN'S, UTILITY.  AIR FORCE CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN:  Nice coat in a wearable size 42R.  Laundered but pressed, clean and nice.  Looks to have been made in 2007.  From the vet who wore it.  Chief, Medical Service patch over left chest pocket.  Lots of pockets.  All buttons are present and I see no major wear, soiling or damage.  
Item # un1119062  $8.00
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TROUSERS MEN'S UTILITY AIR FORCE CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN:   I will call these NOS (New Old Stock) as I don't think they have been worn or washed.  They are as new.   Size 32R with an elastic, stretchable waist band.  They also have belt loops.  Button fly with all buttons present.  Lots of pockets on them.
Item # un1119063  $5.99
WW2, USN DRESS BLUE JUMPER, EARLY WAR, TAILOR MADE
TAILOR MADE WITH NEEDLE WORK, EARLY SHOULDER SEAMAN STRIPE and ZIPPER SIDE:  This US Navy Dress Blue Jumper is tailor made with some silk lining; embroidery work; secret pocket and a zipper side closure.  It has the early War Seaman stripe on the right shoulder and has an Honorable Discharge patch on the right breast.  No holes or damage that I can see.  Not ID'd that I could find. 
Item # un1219030  $19.00
THE COAT:
THE SHIRT:
THE PANTS:
THE CAP:
Item # un2201  $49.00
LIBERTY BELT (SAM BROWNE BELT):  Worn by overseas soldiers from 1918-1921 and by all soldiers 1921 to 1940.  Basically a WW1-WW2 uniform item..  This one has some of the shiny surface finish worn and it has the shoulder strap shortened as seen in my photos.  The leather is soft and pliable.  I could find no stampings on it.
Item # un2202  $39.00
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INDIAN WAR, SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR UNIFORM:  Very nice, complete uniform for 1890's soldier.  Consists of a very rare enlisted man's VEST; 1890 dated COAT; tailor made PANTS and m1895 HAT.  All correct and in great condition..  The pants appear to be tailor made. The pant legs have the white infantry branch stripe down the sides. The coat is marked "Jeffersonville Qtr. Master, 1890" and has Corporal infantry branch chevrons on the sleeves.  If you have an interest in this item, contact me and I can do more photos and supply more information as needed.  Thanks.  
Item # un520020  $1200.00
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U.S. NAVY OFFICER'S "BRIDGE" COAT:    Quality, heavyweight coat designed to keep the officer warm while pulling bridge duty.  It is wool and is of the same material as the enlisted Pea-coat (P-Coat) with probably twice the amount of material and it is heavy.  It is in need of some restoration.  It has lint and fuzz on it which should brush off.  The silk or slick lining on the inside has a seam separated about 6" long.  At the split tail in the back is a tear in the lining and also the wool.  Both of these tears mentioned are repairable by sewing and are not visible, as is, when viewed from the outside, only when looking at the inside.  It has some buttons missing also.  At the back split tail there were originally 3 buttons to close the split if desired and they are missing.  There is a belt across the back that also has a missing button.  And, the double breasted front only has 7 of the 8 buttons present.  I tried to photo all these items for you to view.  I did not see any mothing or holes. On each sleeve is a braided cuff band indicating officer.  A chain hanger at the top inside collar for hanging the coat.  By the label inside it looks to be tailor-made and I am sure the original cost was several hundred dollars.
Item # un820005  $79.00
460th SPACE WING, SENIOR MEDICAL SERVICE COAT:  U.S. Air Force Coat, Hot Weather, Woodland Camo, Combat.  Patched, Senior Medical Service; Air Force Space Command; 460th Space Wing with Air Force and name tapes.Excellent condition with no problems.  Rip-stop material.  Size Medium-Regular. Nice.
Item # un820007  $9.00
COAT, CAMO PATTERN, COMBAT, TYPE 1:  
Excellent condition, no problems.  All buttons present.  Size SMALL-LONG.  Looks to have a 1999 date.
Patched with T/SGT stripes; enlisted Senior Medical Service tab with US Air Force and DINKINS tapes.  Nice coat.
Item # un820008  $8.00
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WW2-KOREA USMC SGT'S UNIFORM SET:  Consists of the coat, belt and pants.  All three items have been dry cleaned.  The coat is patched with sergeant chevrons and 4 year service stripes.  The belt is excellent with no problems.  The coat has a few, small moth bites.  The pants have some moth holes.  I have photo'd the mothing for viewing.  I see no other damage and all buttons are present.  The coat looks like a private purchase as there are no contract stamps in it.  The pants have a contract stamp from Perfect Trouser Co. and the date is probably April 1945.  
Item # un820009  $39.00
WW2 TAN COAST GUARD UNIFORM SET:  
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COAT:  Pretty nice one, one small hole. More info on photos..
PANTS:  Has some stains and holes. More info on the photos. 
CAP:  Leather sweat band is damaged. More info on the photos.
Item # un9201  $19.00
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WW2 BLUE COAST GUARD UNIFORM SET, (COAT & PANTS):  Pretty nice set.  I did not find any holes or damage to the coat or the pants.  All Coast Guard buttons are present.  Nice gold bullion rank braids and Coast Guard shields.  Old dry cleaning tags in it from days gone by.  A tailor tag is present on the coat.  No name or ID on either piece.
Item # un9202  $39.00
FATIGUE SET, KOREAN WAR TO MID-1950's:
Shirt and Pants.  Shirt is pretty nice with some minor stains. All buttons present.  Clean.  Lots more info on the photos.  Pants have several repairs keeping them quite serviceable and wearable.  The pants are a private purchase brand. Clean with laundry tags present.  Lots more info on the photos.
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Item # 3316  $12.00
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1950's IKE JACKET:  Very nice, late service IKE jacket.  Only problem noted was a loose female snap at the waist band.  There are disk impressions on the collar and light evidence of patches on the sleeves. On the photos I dated it as 1955 but, It looks more like 1956.  A nice IKE near the end of it's service use from which to build a display item.
Item # 31002  $19.00
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JUMP BOOTS, BROWN CAP TOE, SIZE 12:  Nice pair of lightly used Jump Boots.  Just a few scuffs and some heel wear.  Made by International Shoe Company and looks to be dated 1955.  That date should be near the end of brown gear before going black.  Large size 12 for wearing if desired.
WW2 USAAF, CBI HEADQUARTERS PATCHED SHIRT:  Heavy-weight, tan cotton material with theater made patches.  This is the real deal folks. China-Burma-India patch; USAAF patch (pink center, faded?); Engineer Specialist patch and Sgt. rank patches.  Laundry marked. I see no holes, no stains, no damage.  There are two buttons missing; one for the left pocket and one for the right cuff.
Item # 31201  $69.00
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WW2 OFFICER'S COAT, KHAKI TROPICAL:  Made by "Palm Beach".  Lightweight "Tropical". All buttons present. Looks good from a few feet away but has numerous, scattered small separations.  Please see the photos.  Priced at the value of the buttons, the coat is free!
Item # 3111  $5.00
WW2-KOREAN WAR KHAKI ARMY SHIRT:  Worn by Lt. Thomas C. Eggers with his laundry stamp inside.  Medium weight khaki. Size is not marked but, it's about 15 1/2 X 32.  All buttons present.  There is an ink stain on the right cuff and on the back is a cigarette burn which would be covered when wearing a coat. Copy of his grave marker included. No other research done.
Item # 3112  $4.00
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U.S. ARMY, MID-1950's COAT AND PANTS:  Patched with Spec 4 rank patches and a 68th Armor patch. The coat is 1956 pattern, size 43S.  The pants are 1954 pattern and made in 1955, size 38W X 32L. All buttons are present and I can find no problems with either piece.  They are wrinkled from storage.  They are clean; still a dry cleaning tag in the pants. Laundry ink stamp in the pants is for "TOWNSEND".
Item # 3211  $9.00
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HBT SHIRT, 7th INFANTRY PATCHED:  Herringbone Twill shirt, WW2-Korean War period.  7th Infantry Division patch.  Thirteen star metal buttons, all present.  Expandable pockets. Size 36 Regular. Has buttons for gas flap and hood, but made without the gas flap. It has scattered stains which I show in the photos.  There is a snag in the material on the right sleeve shown and another smaller one on the right shoulder I did not photo.  There are shadows from my lighting on some of the photos, they are not stains.  
Item # 3112  $75.00
SOLD!
Item # 3313  $14.00
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KHAKI SHIRT AND PANTS, U.S. ARMY OFFICER, WW2-KOREAN WAR:  A set of khakis.worn by Lt. Eggers.  Shirt is a lighter weight material than the pants. Size 15 1/2 X 33 and tagged "Regulation Army Officer's Shirt". There are two pencil sleeves in the left pocket. All buttons are present.  I found one stain in the center of the upper back. Pants are "Regulation Army Officer's Trousers".  All buttons are present.  I found no stains or damage on them. 
Item # 3314  $7.00
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KHAKI SHIRT (TROPICAL), U.S. ARMY OFFICER, WW2-KOREAN WAR:  Nice shirt of lightweight material (may be what is referred to as "Tropical"?). All buttons present with two buttons on each cuff. There are two pencil sleeves in the left pocket.  Size is 15 1/2 X 32. No stains or damage noted.
Item # 31540   $9.00
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WW2 HANDKERCHIEF:  
OD color.  No problems except for fold wrinkles. 
Item # 3311  $5.00
Item # 3312  $30.00
BELT PLATE FOR U.S. ARMY OFFICER'S SWORD BELT:  Age unknown.  Nice condition with minor color loss.
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KHAKI TROUSERS, U.S. ARMY OFFICER'S, WW2-KOREAN WAR:   Tagged "REGULATION ARMY OFFICER'S TROUSERS".  Laundry marked to Lt. Eggers.  Two stains found and shown in the photos.  No damage noted, all buttons present.
Item # 3315  $5.00
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Item # usmc tie clasp  $1.00
U.S. MARINE CORPS TIE CLASP:  
New in the original packaging.
Item # 3411  $9.00
U.S. NAVY SWIM TRUNKS:  Came with a Vietnam Vet's items.  Size 34.  Some stains on the back.
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Item # 3412  $12.00
U.S. NAVY SWIM TRUNKS:  Came with a Vietnam Vet's items and his name is stenciled on them .  Size 34.  The contract stamp is partially readable and it has a DSA prefix which should date these between 1962-1977.  No stains or damage found on this pair of trunks.  
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Item # 31101  $75.00
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SOLD!
SOLD!