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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
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. 
$59.00 without spurs, $80.00 with the spurs.
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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.
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.
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  $3.00
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  $1.00
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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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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   $20.00
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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  $4.00
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  $4.00
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
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.
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 $4.00
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  $5.00
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 $15.00
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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.
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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 $3.00
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  $5.00
Item # 31540   $3.00
Item # usmc tie clasp  $1.00
U.S. MARINE CORPS TIE CLASP:  
New in the original packaging.
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Item # 117021  $3.00
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Item # un9202  $25.00
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Item # 3712  $18.00
KOREA VET IKE JACKET, 24th DIVISION PATCHED: This is a pretty nice Ike from the estate of a Korean vet by the name of SEAY.  It has a great looking 24th ID patch that I believe is theater made. The only tag in it is the SMALL size tag. I believe it is an issue coat that SEAY had tailored to fit better. All buttons and snaps present.  I found a few small holes as shown.  
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Item # 31211  $10.00
SUSPENDERS, FLYING, TYPE 1:  Used with pilot's flight trousers. Looks to be un-used. No contract stamp visible.  Elasticity remains.
Item # 3221  $49.00
WW2, U.S. NAVY OFFICER'S WORK COAT:  Made of cotton, khaki color.  Identified on a tag inside. Owner was a Lt. J.W. Vernon who served on the USS ARIDED (AK-73) from 1943 to 1946.  Private purchase and bought in 1942.  It is stained all over showing it was actually used for which it was designed.  The buttons and shoulder boards were removed the last time it was laundered and they never got reinstalled, they are now missing. I see no holes or tears, just stains.
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WW2, NAMED USMC UNIFORM, 4th MARINE AIR WING. Pretty nice 1943 uniform worn by a big man from Pottsville, PA.  Large sizes. No belt with the coat.  Fully patched with minimal damage. (See photos).
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WW2 NAMED MIDSHIPMAN COAT:  ID'd to a US NAVY Officer who served in WW2 and the Korean War.  He was in the US Naval Academy when this coat was purchased.  It has a retailers label in the inside pocket with the Officer's name and the date of 7/9/43.  First Class Midshipman stripes on the sleeves. All buttons.  The only damage found was insect hole on inside at the bottom. Not visible when worn or buttoned. It would benefit from cleaning.
Item # 3421  $15.00
Item # 3422   $20.00
WW2-KOREA NAMED US NAVY OFFICER'S COAT:  ID'd to a US Navy Officer who served in WW2 and the Korean War.  The retailer's label in the inside pocket is dated 11/4/44 and has the Vet's name on it.  (James Curtis Landes Jr.). Lieutenant gold braids and a bullion star on each sleeve. I found no problems with the coat. All buttons present. 
U.S. NAVY WOMAN'S BLUE UTILITY WORK UNIFORM SET: Includes the shirt and the slacks.  The shirt has no problems. Buttons display the navy anchor. Operation Specialist PO 3 patch on sleeve.  All tags present including size.  The pants are new, never worn and have all tags.  Zipper fly with snap at the waist. The slacks are ID'd to "BARGE".   Excellent set.
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Item # 3423  $25.00
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Item # 3322  $65.00
Item # 3522  $45.00
MODEL 1904 GARRISON BELT:  Made by Jefferson Quarter Master Depot in 1940.  This is near the end of the Leather Garrison Belt use and not an easy piece to find.  It has a 4 digit number written on it which is probably the soldier's ID.  It has been trimmed at the tongue and has had extra holes added.  It is still a long length of 41". (See photos).
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Item # 3822  $26.00
BUTTON POLISHING GUARD:  Made by N.S. MEYER.  Patina, tarnished as brass does. Moves freely as it should.
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Item # 3921  $25.00
WW2 LEGGINGS, M1938 DATED 1942:  Pretty nice pair of WW2 leggings with strong contract stamps from Jeffersonville Q.M. Depot. Soldier's laundry number at the top inside of both. There is mud on the under-shoe straps so they have been worn. Eight hooks with laces, about 12.5" high. Some soiling.