World War II US Militaria

FIELD GEAR

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101822 US Post WWII M2 Carbine School Room Double Size Trainer $950

This is a great display piece. It's made of aluminum and double the size of a regular M2 carbine.  It looks to be complete less the stock. I have see these both ways with and without the stock to be correct. It is functional, in that it racks the dummy plastic cartridges, 4 of which are included. This will be a super display piece in your man zone. Sorry, I won't ship it out of the US, sorry.


101929 Very Attractive WWII US Thompson Sub-Machine Gun Case $290

This is a great example of the Thompson case. The overall condition is mint, but the zipper is really stiff, and is really hard to open. I only got it halfway. I would suggest just leaving it closed. These is a bit of a damaged area next to the zipper in the middle, but it really does not show. This case looks mint and will display very well.


10965 Super Nice Early Yellow Painted Pineapple Grenade Choice! SOLD$265

This is a great example of the early pineapple with the bright and unique yellow original paint correct for this maker. The body is the early plugged type and is perfect. The correct fuse is also original to the piece and in great condition. If you like GI ord, this is for you!


101830 US WWII Pineapple Grenade In Original Cardboard Tube Inert $185

This is a good honest all original US WWII pineapple grenade. The finish is still good with the correct yellow stripe. The card board tube is very good and original to this grenade. This one will display really well in your collection.


41387 US WWII Pineapple Grenade Inert $150

This is a good honest all original US WWII pineapple grenade. The finish shows age, but is still good. There is blue paint under the original green, which I have seen before, and seems to be common. It looks good and will display fine.


81403 Rare WWII Type Illuminating Grenade 53 Dated $185SOLD

These are really rare. This one is in nice condition with the correct fuse. The top is 53 dated, but is the same as the WWII issue ones. It looks good and will display really well in your collection. 


61420 Rare Post WWII WP White Phosphorous aka Willie Pete Incendiary Grenade $85

These are really rare. This one was shot with a .45; there is no way to inert these grenades. The body has no paint, shows some light rust and age, but it's a type of steel which will not rust out, so a clean up or a sand blast job, and it will look great. The fuse is correct, and in excellent condition, but not original to the grenade. If you like "stuff that goes boom", this is for you. I think one of these in excellent condition would be $300, but good luck finding one.


61466 Rare Post WWII WP White Phosphorous aka Willie Pete Incendiary Grenade Professionally Repainted $95SOLD

These are really rare. This one was shot with a .45; there is no way to inert these grenades. The body was sand blasted and professionally repainted. It looks perfect, without pits or any issues to the body! It's a type of steel which will not rust out.. The fuse is correct, and in excellent condition, but not original to the grenade. If you like "stuff that goes boom", this is for you. I think one of these in excellent condition would be $300+, but good luck finding one. It looks really nice & correct, and will display very well in your collection. 


81624 Excellent US 1969 Dated 60 MM WP White Phosphorous Smoke aka Willie Pete Mortar Shell Inert $175

These are really rare, and it's in excellent condition. The paint and markings are very good and original. The only issue is the missing screw. It looks good and will not last long, so don't miss it.


101495 US WWII Excellent Early War Yellow 81 Mortar Shell $285SOLD

This is a really nice example showing only light age and totally inert. These early ones are really hard to fin, so don't miss it. 


81437 Excellent US WWII 1942 Dated Yellow 60 MM Mortar Shell with Original Tube Inert SOLD$260

This is a really nice example showing only light age and totally inert with the original cardboard tube. It will display fine in your collection.


101415 US WWII 1943 Dated 60 MM Mortar Shell with Original Tube Inert SOLD$185

This is a very nice example showing only light age and totally inert with the original cardboard tube. The steel safety pin is missing, which it very typical. It will display fine in your collection.


111242 US WWII 1943 Dated Khaki Map Case & Strap Named $85

This is a good solid example showing only light age and use. It is nicely named on the front, and maker marked & dated on the back. It will display fine in your collection.


30964 GI WWII Khaki Cartridge Belt A Very Nice Example 1943 Dated SOLD$130

This is a great looking example. It is not mint, but excellent, showing almost no age. It has no issues or problems, and will look great in your display.


40934 GI WWII Khaki BAR Magazine Belt 1942 Dated $90

This is a great looking example. It is not mint, but excellent, showing almost no age. It has no issues or problems, and will look great in your display.

 


90825 GI WWII Khaki Combat Suspenders 1942 Dated $80

These are a great example dated 1942. The color is nice and bright, with untouched metal fittings. They have no problems, and are a really solid example which will look great in your collection.


30937 US WWII M28 Infantry Pack With Tail Super Nice! SOLD$80

This is a great example, just beautiful. You will not be disappointed. It is the standard infantry type with the attached tail. This will be a great addition to your US WWII collection.


40913 US WWII M28 Infantry Pack 1942 Dated $60

This is a very nice 42 dated & complete example. It is overall unissued.  The "25" is written on the front and back is written with period grease pencil. I am unsure what it means, but cold be a post war Army surplus store price in cents. Still, it displays  really well, and is a great example.


Z20803 GI WWII Khaki Pistol Belt 1942 Dated SOLD$35

This is a great example. The color is nice and bright, with untouched metal fittings. It has no problems, and is a really solid example which will look great in your collection.


50906 1945 Dated M1 Carbine Issue Case $140

This is a very solid example.  It is made of green canvas which is slightly faded. The talon zipper works fine. The only issue are the 2 leather reinforcements @ each end of the zipper have dried and fallen off. Still it is a very good original example.


Z80801 Mint U.S.M.C. WWII  M1 Carbine Mag Pouch $65

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.

   


Z80805 U.S.M.C. WWII M-1 Carbine Mag Pouch $60

This Marine Corps carbine mag pouch is a variation that would not be obvious to the novice collector.  The Marine Corps seldom marked the front of their gear and often did not put the U.S.M.C. marking on the back, this is one such example, with only the mfg, date and contract number on the back.  If it was Army issue it would have the standard U.S. stamped on the front as all Q.M.C. gear had. It is used in excellent condition.

 


40901 U.S. WWII G.I. T-Handle Shovel Cover $50

This is a nice original WWII T-handle cover. It is used but in excellent condition, heavy canvas with clearly readable ink stamps which read SHANE MFG. CO. 1941


90814 US WWII GI .Colt .45 Holster Boyt 42 Marked Very Nice $110

This is a really good example complete with the original tie down pigtail. It is nicely marked and made of really solid leather. This one is a real winner.


10902 US WWII G.I. Colt .45 Shoulder Holster Very Nice $120

This is a great example with nice solid leather and completely functional snaps. It is not mint, but just a real really nice. You will like it.


Z20805  US WWII Canteen, Cup and Cover, Mint Cover 1943 Dated SOLD $65

This is another great piece of US fieldgear. The cover is mint marked JEFF. Q.M.D.(Jefferson Quarter Master Depot) 1943. The cup and canteen are both 1944 dated in slightly used condition. The canteen has light corrosion  around the bottom half from being in the cup for many years. This set has no doubt been together for many years. It is overall a great example. 


90842 G.I. WWII Water Purification Tablets SOLD$20 each

These are standard issue WWII water purification tablets which every GI was issued in the field. The bottles have nice original labels and still have the little white pills inside. These are the 1st ones I have had for sale in a while. The condition is great.


Z50801 US WWII Wrist Compass SOLD$50

This is an excellent example of the U.S. WWII wrist compass. These were most often worn by US paratroopers. It does not have a strap, but I have seen them used with anything from leather to canvas web straps. I don't think any are incorrect.


11226 US WWII Compass with Original Issue Cloth Case $85

These cases have always been a tough item to find. The compass is functional and original WWII issue. The case is nice, but just dirty from use, and could use a hand washing in the sink with some hand soap. Overall it is a nice item, that is hard to find. 


50903 US WWII Mine Mine Marker Set SOLD$125

This looks to be mostly complete. The bag appears to be full of flags. Many still have the original paper packaging. Some do show some oxidation, but noting major. The bag is very solid showing some light age with just a small amount of overall light dust or dirt. These complete sets are tough to find in today's market.


Z40907 US WWII GI Issue M1 Garand Rifle or Carbine Cleaning Kit SOLD$65

This is a nice original WWII cleaning kit for your Garand or carbine. Used but excellent canvas pouch dated 1944 with original handle and one rod for the  carbine or two for the Garand with original patchs and brushs.


101142 Excellent Thompson or Grease Gun Over the Shoulder Ammo Pouch or Bag with Strap  $135

This is an excellent example of the sub-machinegun mag bag. It is not mint, but really nice with nice markings & 42 date.



101830 Thompson Five-20 Round Magazine Pouch MINT $70

This one is mint, but unmarked.  It is perfect with no problems, all snaps are fine. Sorry I really canít say anything bad about this one.


206107 US WWII M3 6X30 Field binoculars 1942 Dated $75

This is the standard US WWII model for NCOs and junior officers as well as MG gunners motor and artillery guys. They are made by Nash-Kalvinator in 1942. The optics are a little foggy, but functional and with the reticule. They also come with the original WWII era strap.

 


40630 US WWII 6X30 Size Binocular Case SOLD$45

This is the standard dark russet brown leather field bino case. The shoulder strap has been removed to be worn on the belt. It is nice and sound but without any markings.

 


60607 US WWII Standard Issue Medic's Bag & Correct Strap RESERVED$75

This is the classic version which can be laced short or kept long. The material is the correct khaki, but I do not see any marks. I did not look that hard. No, it is not one from At The Front. The Owner is a good friend of mine, and although their US stuff is super nice; I do not push it onto unsuspecting medic bag buyers. It has some original Med Dpt. markings on the front. Overall the bag is a nice solid example.

 


40653 US Standard Issue T Handle Shovel $70

This one could be a WWI or a WWII piece. It shows age and use with some rust, but is a solid useable example. It is US marked on the steel blade and on the wooden handle. These have become tougher to find

 


30936 US Standard Issue Folding Shovel with 1st pattern Case A Great Example $65

This is a very solid example that shows almost no age. The shovel is 1945 dated and Ames maker marked; 1944 folding shovels are rare. The paint is excellent  and 100% original. The cover wonderful and 43 dated. Overall, it is a great example.


120745 US WWII Green Bazooka Rocket Bag $45

This is the bag that held 3 standard US WWII 2.36 inch rockets for the 9A1 and all other rocket launchers of that diameter.  It is a really nice condition, and has no damage.  The interior has had the original 3 straps which separated the bag into compartments removed, which was typical, as the GIs found these bags would hold more "stuff" without the dividers.



World War II US Militaria

FIELD GEAR

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