Very nice genuine WWII US folding Shovel M-1943, manufactured by WOOD, marked US and dated 1944, delivered with its original 1st type canvas carrier dated 1943. This kind of shovel was fixed on the M-1936 belt, on the M-1928 haversack or on the assault jacket.
Genuine WWII US packboard, 2nd pattern, in shaped plywood; a wide canvas panel laced on the sides cushions the back. This packboard was made by American Seating Co., and is dated 1945. The 2nd type was introduced as a simpler alternative to the Yukon packboard (1st type).
Small pair of genuine WWII US medical scissors. Marqued from the US Maker "Clauss USA". Type supplied in the basic load of the medic pouch.
Pair of genuine WWII US medical scissors. Marqued from the US Maker "Americut USA". Type supplied in the basic load of the medic pouch.
Genuine WWII US Ordnance Corps Officer's identification card, issued to Warrant officer Junior Grade Robert M. Donley and delivered on January 18, 1944.
Genuine WWII switchblade knife which was located in the small vertical pocket under the collar of the jump coat. Its purpose was to cut the canopy risers when landing in a difficult spot. This one is a short one with ring, with a black plastic horn-style handle, made by G. Schrade Presto Patent. The knife works.
Genuine WWII US War Departement Medical dept Red Cross I.D. card for a Medic. This is the laminated card issued in 1944 in replacement of this cardboard and paper card. Issued to medical Pvt Ralph T. Wade.
Genuine WWII US armband identification oil cloth flag, 48 stars, worn on the right sleeve. Used by airborne units and Glider Pilots in Sicily, Italy, Normandy, Provence, Holland...
US Navy Chaplain WWII Catholic Miraculous sterling Medal. These were given to the sailors by the unit chaplain to be carried with the dog tags.
Genuine WWII Combat Medic Badge, pin back. Issued to medics who have seen action. Worn on the dress uniform or jump jacket (see page 161 of book Doc McIlvoy for further info).
Genuine WWII Combat Medic Badge, pin back. Issued to medics who have seen action. Marked Sterling. Worn on the dress uniform or jump jacket (see page 161 of book Doc McIlvoy for further info).
Scarce WWII British gas detection kit, in its original tin marked Detector, Vapour, Pocket, Mk II and dated 1944, in excellent condition. The various reagents, dated 1943, would permit the testing for the presence of mustard gas and other poison gas.
Genuine WWII US first aid pouch in khaki canvas dated 1943 and manufactured by B.A.B. Co. Comes with its original first aid Carlisle Model. Hard to find nowadays, nearly in mint condition.
Nice genuine WWII US A-5 aerial delivery container made of heavy OD canvas with two-piece outside cover. Used to deliver ammunition in combat areas. No shipping, to be collected on site.
Genuine WWII US motor vehicle first-aid kit, 24-unit. This is the large size kit for armored vehicles. Empty box.
Genuine WWII web cover for M-1943 folding shovel, dated 1943, khaki and made by Tulsa Canvas Products Co. This is the first pattern cover with non adjustable hook. Green camo painted.
Superb genuine WWII US Browning Automatic Rifle cartridge belt, in canvas, manufactured by BOYT, dated 1942, to carry 12 BAR magazines. Mint condition.
Rare genuine WWII US British made T-shovel cover, made by B.S. Ltd, dated 1944.