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.
Superb genuine WWII US wood chest for 5 Anti Tank mines M1A1, with all its markings. Empty. Dated 1943.
Genuine WWII Britsih biscuits tin, empty, dated January 1944 which contained biscuits as written on the box.
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).
Superb genuine pair of WWII US combat shoes made in leather, with rubber heels and soles, and cap toe. Typical shoes worn with canvas leggings, worn by most of the GIs during the war. Size 7 D. Not worn at all and well marked dated of September 18, 1942.
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.
Superb genuine WWII pair of US buckle boots, canvas inside. Size 9 C.
Superb genuine WWII pair of US russet field combat shoes ("Boondockers") without cap toe and with special soles molded from rubber intermixed with rope twine. Size 7 1/2 C, original laces. Well marked inside. Worn with the combat uniform by US sailors and Marines. The special soles were made to improve traction on the ships and landing craft slippery decks.
Superb genuine WWII US Army identified uniform, made up of the 'Ike Jacket' and garrison cap of Master Sergeant Howard L. Carnahan, 818th Tank Destroyer Battalion, service number 32376063. Jacket is 36XL in size and dated June 6, 1944; all patches present. Cap is identifed with service number and full name.
Genuine WWII USAAF Aviation Engineers chest patch, to be sewn on M-1941 field jacket or A-2 leather jacket. Such units were given the task to build, maintain and defend airfields and runways.
Superb genuine WWII garrison cap, olive drab with blue & orange piping, US Army Air Forces. Size 6 3/4.
Genuine WWII US officer's service dress jacket with belt. General condition is very good, in spite of some very small moth holes. Size 40R.
Genuine WWII locally developed and manufactured jacket for enlisted men, made in Great Britain as of May 1943. Size 36R, dated 1943, perfect condition. Developed by the ETO Commanding General, BG Robert Littlejohn. The first batches were issued to the 29th Infantry Division in England for field trials before seeing massive use within the 9th Air Force....
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 USMC P41 combat jacket. This HBT utility vest was adopted in November 1941. It has three front slip pockets. The Corps initials and EGA emblem are stenciled on the breast pocket. Metal buttons painted black -- one missing. Mint condition.