KOREA / COLD WAR / VIETNAM ERA

UNITED STATES

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#RG36 U.S. Army Tiger Stripe Tunic 'Hutchinson'
U.S. Army tiger stripe camouflage tunic named to 'Hutchinson'.  Size marked 'US SMALL' on the interior near back of neck.  The jacket is worn with two torn areas repaired with patches.  The buttons have been replaced and the small pocket on the sleeve seems slightly modified or repaired.  The jacket has what appears to be Vietnam theatre made 'U.S. ARMY' and 'HUTCHINSON' name tags.  This is a nice honest worn example of a U.S. Army tiger stripe tunic.  $250

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#RG13 Vietnam War 'Advisor' Tiger Stripe Jungle Fatigues
Nice pair of original Vietnam War 'Advisor' tiger stripe jungle fatigues for ARVN (Army of the Republic of Vietnam) soldiers working with the Americans.  These uniforms were extremely popular and have a super cool camouflage pattern.  The jacket is theatre made, while the trousers are U.S. made in size 'A-S' for Asian Small.  This is a very small size uniform, a lot of these advisors were very small people and this set nowadays would probably fit a kid and not many of us would be able to fit into them!  Please beware of the small size. 
Priced as a set $725. Priced separately: Jacket $400, Trousers $325.

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#VN008 U.S. Browning Machineguns Caliber .30 M1919A6 and M37 Manual
Manual for Browning Machineguns Caliber .30 M1919A6 and M37. Printed by Headquarters, Department of the Army in July 1965.  $20

COMMONWEALTH

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#VN005 Squadron 433 Patch
Vintage Squadron 433 patch.  Uncommon patch featuring Walt Kelly's 'Porky Pine' carrying a rocket for re-armament. Cool patch. $40
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#VN007 Mystery 'CAMERONS' Printed Shoulder Title
Mystery 'CAMERONS' printed should title.  Possibly WWII, possibly for summer dress. $20

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#VN009 Canadian MANUAL OF VEHICLE AND AIRCRAFT PAINTING AND MARKINGS
Canadian Army MANUAL OF VEHICLE AND AIRCRAFT PAINTING AND MARKINGS.  Great for those interesting Canadian vehicle and aircraft paint and markings. Tough publication to find on the loose regarding a very popular subject. $40

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#VN004 Uniforms and Insignia of Soviet Army and Para-Military Forces 1955
Uniforms and Insignia of Soviet Army and Para-Military Forces.  Published in 1955 and issued to the Canadian military. $20

RECENTLY SOLD

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Vietnam 'Graffiti' M1 Helmet - An Khê 1970
Vietnam 'Graffiti' M1 helmet.  The graffiti include reference to the famous region of An Khê in Vietnam during 1970 with tour dates, other script including 'Soul Power' (Popular slogan with black soldiers) and 'No Bic' (Perhaps because he had to use a felt tipped marker and not a pen).   I have made no attempt to take this apart, it is undisturbed and I have not even touched the helmet band which like the cover has really snugged down over time.  The interior of the helmet is salty, and it's likely a rodent did a bit of chewing on some liner components.  It has become increasingly difficult to acquire an original untouched Vietnam helmet with period writing on the cover. This iconic helmet would look great in any helmet collection. *Sold*

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#BS21 Private Purchase 1911 Sam Browne Belt / Holster
Private purchase Colt 1911 Sam Browne belt with holster and mag pouch. Not maker marked, perhaps as early as WWII but more likely Korea / Vietnam period. Named in the flap.  Nice set for a 1911, could even still be used for the range. *Sold*
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#VN002 British Parachute Regiment Shoulder Title and Wings
Original British Parachute Regiment shoulder title and wings.  These are often marketed as WWII, these are from the immediate post-war to 1950's period.  Still a very desirable and nice set of insignia. *Sold*

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#VN003 Late 1940's Canadian Airborne Wings
Late 1940's post-WWII Canadian Airborne wings.  Excellent unused condition, these are often confused for WWII and look almost identical but a fraction of the price. *Sold*

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#VN006 Unique Squadron 264 Skull Patch
Unique Squadron 264 patch.  Scarce.  I have not managed to locate another example of this cool patch anywhere on the web, possibly one of a kind and appears to have been removed from an album. *Sold*