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This is the early type of helmet cover made without the slits for foliage. The HBT cover is in very good condition; I would call it about 90% original color. The EGA is probably a post war addition, but the cover is definitely a WWII piece. There is one hole @ the edge in the front which is pictured. The WWII helmet shell is a front seam swivel bale example, with several light dents at the very top. The paint is original but shows its age. The liner is a good WWII example with the correct sweat band. There is a hole drilled into the liner at the very top. I bought this from a collector in Ohio who was thinning his collection. I can't say if it has always been together, but it looks like a good honest attractive set.
This is the later war style with the large map pocket. It shows very light age and use and is basically excellent. These are hard to find in big sizes, don't miss it.
This is a perfect one! It is not NEW, but super nice. A classic WWII piece of Marie combat clothing. It has no problems or damage. You will love it!
This is a really nice set which has been together since day 1. All the wool is great and without issues or problems. The insignia is period applied, and looks nice. Both the jacket and trousers are nicely marked and wartime dated. I have nothing bad to say about this set.
This is a good honest jacket. The insignia looks to be original to the piece. It is nicely dated on the inside sleeve. It shows some honest age and use with some type of discoloration @ the bottom of the right pocket, and a little mothing in several places. A dry cleaning would help it. Still, it is an attractive tunic which will display well with or without a cleaning.
This is an absolutely mint WWII Marine Corps M.1 carbine mag pouch. It was never issued, and has clear markings, light khaki color. It is a great original piece of U.S.M.C. field gear.
This is a great piece of WWII Marine Corps field gear. This garand belt is used but in excellent condition. It is marked on the back side as was the case with most U.S.M.C. field gear, marked U.S.M.C on one half and Boyt 43 on the other.
Ok ok, its not WWII but it is a nice set of USMC camo. These were not used very long and are a bit hard to find in nice condition. The 2 sides are not a complete match, but very very close. The condition is excellent without any holes or tears. The colors are really strong, and both sides have a great original USMC tag.