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This is a very solid example. It is made of green canvas which is slightly faded. The Crown zipper works fine.
This is a hard to find holster. The leather is excellent and sound. The belt loop snap is corroded and consequently broken. Still it displays really well, and a drop of crazy glue would easily fix it.
This 1943 Navy holster is a very nice example with excellent leather and stitching. It has no problems and all the snaps are functional. The original owner's name was removed for some mysterious reason, but it does not detract. These are a it hard to find and will look great in your collection.
These are hard to find. It is a very nice solid leather holster made by Boyt and USN marked. The shoulder strap is also very good. The belt loop was period removed, which is typical. It will display very well in your collection.
This is an excellent functional example without issues or problems.
The pistol is very good and looks to be functional. The rare correct holster is a bit on the dirty size, and a light washing would make it look much better. These holsters are hard to find, so don't miss it.
This is right from the Vet's estate. These were sold in the PX during WWII. It has typical GI property markings on the side. It's a cool piece of WWII GI gear which is seldom encountered.
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 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, but it is not that easy to see. It is missing one chest closure strap, but only one side. I am sure you could make one, or just display with out it, so, overall, this is a nice piece, which will not break the collection fund.
This is an original US WWII Dated Life belt used in the Saving Pvt. Ryan film. It is 43 dated and very good condition, but the loop on the hook is broken and replaced with a piece of wire. The film used a good amount of original items during the filming. This one will display very well with your other WWII GI stuff.
This is an original US WWII HBT shirt showing age and use used in the SPR film. It displays well, and is a cool souvenir form the film.
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 a very little bit of red (blood) die on the top of the back pocket, but it is really hard to see. Overall, this is a nice piece, which will not break the collection fund.
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. 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 stuff Sorry, I can't send this outside the US or to Rio Linda, Ca.
This is an excellent example showing only very light age and use. It works great; you will love it.
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.
I bought this right from the nephew of a US WWII 7th Army vet in Madison Hgts., Michigan. It is a nice original example with good honest paint. One end of the pin is missing about 1/4 inch, which is no problem. It is the later WWII type with the solid bottom. This is a nice bring home GI pineapple example, don't miss it.
This is a great looking example. The original paint is wonderful. The inert fuse is very solid. There is a hole drilled into the bottom recently. You will not be disappointed with this one!
I bought these from a picker who got the @ an estate sale of a WWII vet. The are original GI WWII pineapple grenades which were mounted with a screw to hard wood book ends, years ago. They were also painted black with some light gold highlights. The are inert and all complete except the bang. They are nice as they are or could be repainted.
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.
This is a good honest example with nice original finish showing only light age and use. This is a great addition to your US WWII field gear pile.
These are not often encountered today. It is complete externally, but missing everything which would have been fired. It is completely inert, and shows light age with some rust, but is still a good solid example.
This is a rare green sheet metal rifle grenade made like the standard explosive type, but crimped @ the factory without explosives to be used as a classroom training tool. The standard trainers are made with a cast back. The OD finish is excellent and original. The condition is excellent showing only light age. This is a hard ne to find, don't miss it.
This is a rare green sheet metal rifle grenade made like the standard explosive type, but crimped @ the factory without explosives to be used as a classroom training tool. The standard trainers are made with a cast back. The OD finish is excellent and it is nicely marked empty. The condition is excellent showing only light age. This is a hard ne to find, don't miss it.
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.
These were found to be too pointy and would often deflect when they struck the target, consequently they were used a trainers. These were the most common type used as a bazooka training rocket. They are in very good condition and completely inert.
This is a complete US WWII K ration. One of the cans leaked years ago and dripped out. This is very typical. The one corner is stained, but it looks good and will display fine.
This is a complete US WWII chocolate D ration. It's in excellent condition, still wax sealed.
This is a nice clean WWII K ration box, perfect for display. It still has the smokes and sugars.
These are tough to find, and will be a great addition to your US WWII stuff. It is still full with the beverage powder and crackers, and is in good original condition.
World War II US Militaria
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