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I bought 2 of these from the son of a WWII 3rd Armored Div. medic wet, who claimed they used them to mark their aid station. It is made of white cotton with the red cross sewn onto the center. It shows some light age and use, but has no issues. This is a great item for a GI WWII medic or medical display.
This is a movie used and aged very convincing replica. It is made from real GI canvas and strapping. I am sure many of these have been sold as originals. This one looks great and is perfect for a display. There is some red (blood) die on the top back, but it is not that easy to see. This is a great piece for re-enacting or your display.
This is a great looking Japanese 1980s made replica Thompson SMG set set up for military use with the horizontal for grip and sling swivels. The but stock has the sling swivel remounted on the top in British style. It comes with an original butstock, so you can change it over and make it more original. This may require some miner wood fitting. Overall, it is excellent: new in the box from the 1980s. This is a NON shooting display piece. The bolt cocks, and it can be disassembled like a real Thompson, but it does not fire, and requires no paperwork or registration. This has a great overall real appearance, and will be a super looking addition to your US WWII stuf.f Sorry, I can't send this outside the US or to Rio Linda, Ca.
This is a good honest set showing some age and use. The cutting edge has a chip from being used. Both the cutters and case are 1942 dated and will display well in your manzone.
This is an honest looking all early WWII set including cartridge belt, all 43 dated canteen set, combat suspenders and aid kit. All the khaki webbing is solid and without issues. The fittings show some light rust and patina, but are all good. This is not a mint set, but a solid and good example.
This set was bought recently @ one of the Detroit area flea markets just the way you see it. The 43 dated cover is one of the 1st to use green canvas, and the trim is made using khaki left over material. These mixed green/tan are hard to find. I shows some honest age and use, but is complete, has no problems, and is still very good.
This is a great looking example. The original paint is wonderful. The inert fuse is very solid. There are no holes or issues. It's all there but the "bang". You will not be disappointed with this one!
This is a good solid example. It looks to be functional, but most of the finish is gone. It is nicely maker marked on the bottom with a US Army ord stamp too. It will look nice with your M1 rifle display.
These are the standard WWII US rifle grenade. They are the same as the ones used in combat with the exception of the explosive type being painted OD green and the base is made of a different type of metal. Otherwise they look exactly the same. They are in very good condition, with only a little rust and dirt. The fins are very slightly bent, but can be easily straightened. I would call the overall condition 85-90%. I have several available
These are the standard WWII US rifle grenade. They are the same as the ones used in combat with the exception of the explosive type being painted OD green and the base is made of a different type of metal. Otherwise they look exactly the same. They are in really good condition, with only a little rust, which can be easily cleaned.
These are hard to find in any condition, and this one is very good. It has 85-90% original paint with a solid wartime date stamp.
World War II US Militaria
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