UNITED STATES WWII FIELD GEAR & EQUIPMENT

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#US2092 U.S. Army M1943 Intrenching Tool Carrier
Original WWII US Army M1943 intrenching tool carrier.  The M1943 intrenching tool carrier was a vast improvement over the M1910 T-handle shovel and carrier, but both saw extensive use by US infantrymen during WWII.  This is a very nice field used example maker marked "Airtress Midland 1944". $50

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#US2091 M1 Garand Web Sling 
Original WWII U.S. Army OD3 M1 Garand web sling.  This type of sling was introduced in 1943 as a cheaper more durable alternative to the leather sling.  This will also fit Springfields, Thompson's, BAR's, and M3 Grease Guns. Nice lightly used example ready to complete your rifle or field gear display. $75

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#US2090 Menu #5 Second Half of 5 Rations Cardboard Box (10-in-1 Ration)  
Original WWII U.S. Army Menu #5 second half of 5 rations cardboard box from the 10-in-1 ration intended to feed groups of men including infantry and armoured units. Nice example with some writing on the bottom, possibly used to mail something home during the war (Possibly souvenirs).  This will look great in any WWII U.S. Army display. $95

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#BS154 Small Arms .50 Cal Ammunition Crate
Original WWII small arms .50 cal ammunition crate.   Nice condition, re-packed with 120 rounds of .50 cal ammunition in 1945. Nice markings including a crisp ordnance wheel. $85

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#US2082 Pliofilm Amphibious Invasion Bag for M1 Garand and other Small Arms
Original WWII pliofilm amphibious invasion bag to keep the M1 Garand and other small arms dry and free of debris until on shore.  Shown in use in the opening scenes of Saving Private Ryan and shown in many period photos.  Pliofilm is a predecessor to modern plastics developed in the mid 1930's, it's a rubber based clear / green early plastic.  The markings are present but blurry which is typical given the age and printing method.  Cool accessory, seen in many movies and photos but rarely available for sale. $35

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#US2075 LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes Carton
Original WWII "LUCKY STRIKE" brand cigarette carton.  Iconic brand smoked by all American soldiers and prized when captured by German soldiers.  Nice condition, no contents, nice item for a display! $125

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#US2076 Early War "BREAKFAST" K Ration 
Original WWII U.S. Army early war packaging empty "BREAKFAST" K ration box.  Nice example with original waxed cardboard coating. This is an empty example, but the full ones tend to bulge and have problems over time so this is better for a display and easier to ship.  Nice ration item! $100

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#US2074 U.S. Army Socks
Original WWII U.S. Army standard issue socks.  Mint / unworn condition in size 11 1/2.  These would have been worn by other branches as well, such as the US Marine Corps who often used U.S. Army issue equipment. $25

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#US2081 U.S. Army GP Bag and Leggings - Normandy 
Original WWII U.S. Army GP bag and leggings.  Seller reports the items were salvaged from Normandy. Salty combat used set with what appears to be shrapnel damage piercing threw one legging and the upper parts of the bag.  Intriguing "been there" salty set of equipment. Very cool. $75

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#US2072 U.S. Army Handkerchief Set
Original WWII U.S. Army handkerchief set.  Includes three handkerchiefs in good condition in different shades of khaki / olive green. $25

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#US2073 U.S. Army Grooming Kit Bag
Original WWII U.S. Army grooming kit bag. This is essentially a "house wife" for the soldiers grooming products like hair brushes, shampoo, or anything else they wanted to put in here. $10

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#EC11 USAAF C-1 Survival Vest
Original WWII United States Army Air Force (USAAF) "Vest, Emergency Sustenance Type C-1" for pilots and aircrew.  Fully labelled with inspection stamps. Good condition example that is complete and displays nicely, but as with most of these a few of the very fragile small snaps for little labelled pockets have pulled through the material, these could likely be fixed but when on display you can't tell and it's probably best to just leave them as is, it doesn't distract since they aren't visible anyway. Overall, a very nice USAAF survival vest! $125

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#US2061 USMC Pistol Belt
Original WWII U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) contract pistol belt produced by S.F. Co 1943 (S. Froehlich Co.).  Marked appropriately "U.S.M.C." and "S.F.Co. 1943" on the interior side of the belt.  USMC contract pistol belts were not U.S. marked on the exterior, and this style belt is seen in period photos.  Near mint unused condition without flaw, would be impossible to upgrade, consigned from a very advanced USMC collection. Nice addition to any USMC field gear collection! $250

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#US2059 Wooden Pegs for Shelters
Original WWII USGI wooden pegs for securing shelter halves or tents.  These would be carried in the haversack to construct the shelter half, secure a tent, or a variety of other purposes.  Nice set of five matching pegs to complete your shelter or pack display.  $25

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#US2028 USMC Depot Made DQP Bandage Pouch
USMC Philadelphia depot made bandage pouch.  Textbook construction, this is a 'Type III' example (Collector term).  All depot made Marine bandage pouches are rare but this one is particularly desirable as the purple 'DQP 1940-41' marking still intact, which is almost always missing.  Used condition with fading from the sun and wartime Marine cleaning powder, this has the classic appearance of USMC equipment that was used in the Pacific theatre.  These depot made items were used by the Marines at the early battles and originals are extremely hard to find.  Classic piece of Grunt Gear.  $575

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#US2070 Carlisle Bandage
Original WWII US military Carlisle bandage / field dressing.  Standard issue, this would fit in any US Army or USMC bandage pouch, including the common M1924 and M1942 first aid pouches and many others. $20

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#US2027 USMC Depot Made DQP Shovel Cover
USMC Philadelphia depot made shovel cover.  Textbook construction with thin strap consistent with other USMC DQP made items.  Used condition with fading from the sun and Marine cleaning powder, this has the classic appearance of USMC equipment that was used in the Pacific theatre.  These depot made items were used by the Marines at the early battles and originals are extremely hard to find.  Classic piece of Grunt Gear.  $400

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#US2029 USMC 'Boondockers' 1943
Perfect matching pair of USMC 'Boondockers'.  This is a true USMC pair, with 'JOHN J. DOOLEY' INSPECTOR U.S.M.C' embossed in the sole of the interior.  The pair also has ink maker information stamped inside and dated 1943.  These markings are slightly visible in the last two photos, it is very hard to take photos of the interiors of boots.  Size '6E' which is a small but typical period size, these are big enough to display well on their own or on a mannequin.  This is a great true pair of wartime USMC Boondockers without any issues, great for any Marine collection and probably never worn. $365

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#US2002 USMC Blanket #2
USMC blanket in good condition.  No moth holes or notable staining, just showing light use. $75
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#JM5 US Army Rucksack 
Standard WWII US Army rucksack.  Marked inside the flag is the maker and year of production 'VARIED 1942'.  Nice service used condition, I noted a few loose stitches and standard wear but overall this a better than average example.                     *Reduced* $95
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#US2007 USMC Depot Made 03 Grenade Launcher Pouch
Rare USMC Depot Made 03 Grenade Launcher Pouch.  Mint/unissued condition with 1942 dated cutter tag. $125
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#EC5 US Mess Tray 1944
Mac Molding Co. WWII 1944 dated Serving Tray as used in the mess. Perfect for a basic training display, or setting up your own WWII mess. Constructed on molded bakelite, and nicely marking on the bottom of the tray.  Excellent condition, you could still eat off this tray if you want boot camp nostalgia!  These would have been used in all messes, and not just at recruit training. Cool item. $40 *Reduced* $25

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USMC BAR Gunners Magazine Belt
Extremely rare original USMC BAR gunner magazine belt. Very few of these are known to still exist, and of those most are totally beat up and destroyed. This may be one of the finest examples in existence for an advanced collection or museum.  Extremely nicely marked, lightly used with only two rips near two snaps (from over pulling).  Complete with correct Left and Right sides.  Perfect for display or to complete your Grunt Gear collection. *Sold*
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Australian Made Thompson SMG 5 Cell Pouch for 30 Round Stick Mags
Extremely scarce Australian made Thompson submachine gun pouch with 5 cells that would hold 30 round stick mags.  Excellent condition.  Seen in use with U.S. Marines during WWII.  A similar example is shown in Alec Tulkoff's book 'Grunt Gear'. *Sold*
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WWII U.S. Thompson Sub-Machine Gun Canvas Carrying Case
This is a very rare original Thompson sub-machine gun carrying case. The case is nicely marked on the exterior 'COVER THOMPSON SUB-MACHINE GUN CAL., 45 D50268'.  The zipper is produced by CROWN and is still fully functional.  All components are intact without damage or repair, including even the small pull for the zipper.  The case shows some age, mostly from storage or very light use a long time ago. Excellent condition example overall.  Very rare and very cool Thompson accessory. There are many fakes of these covers on the market, this one is absolutely the real deal. *Sold*
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Museum Grade USMC Bolo Knife with Sheath, The Clyde Cutlery Co. 
Museum grade USMC Bolo knife manufactured by The Clyde Cutlery Co.  The very fine Clyde logo still intact, even with just gently use this finely etched logo would disappear almost immediately resulting in them always being gone on examples in collections.  This Bolo in my opinion can really not be topped, I've never seen a nicer one with the full logo intact.  Included is the USMC BOYT 45 sheath, also in excellent condition original to the knife.  These Bolo knives are seen in many photos from Iwo Jima.  Never sharpened, without flaw and only some small minor signs of aging as seen in the photos. *Sold*
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#BS71 M1 / M1A1 Carbine C Tip Sling
Original WWII American M1 / M1A1 Carbine C tip sling.  This is the early type of sling that was issued with M1 / M1A1 Carbines in all theatres of WWII and would be correct for any of these rifles.  This a classic original example that will be perfect to complete any rifle or field gear display. Nice and tough to find. *Sold*

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#US2012 Hickok 1943 M1911A1 Lanyard
Original M1911A1 Lanyard (Also used on M1911's still in service during WWII).  Manufactured by Hickok in 1943. These are heavily faked, this one is 100% unquestionably original.  Nicely marked, in unissued condition. *Sold*

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#US2039 USMC Depot Made Lower Pack, James R. Frederick, 22nd Marines
Original WWII USMC depot made lower pack with early style riveted straps. This is a very special pack, it was issued and carried by James R. Frederick of the 22nd Marines, 6th Marine Division.  The pack is named on the exterior to "J.R. Frederick" and UNIS marked on the reverse 022 representing the 22nd Marines.  During the fighting on Okinawa, James was wounded by shrapnel while attached to a 6th Division machine gun unit.  The pack is combat worn condition without any repairs or damage but a bit of fading, soiling, and staining.  If you want a nice combat pack that was surely there this is it!  Lots of room for additional research as well.  The last photo shows a similar pack worn by John Basilone after his unfortunate death on Iwo Jima. *Sold*

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#BS72 M1911A1 Leather Holster, BoyT -44-
Original WWII American M1911A1 leather holster. Manufacture by Boyt in 1944 and marked according BoyT -44- on the reverse.  Nicely embossed 'US' logo on the main flap.   This is the type of holster issued with the M1911A1 side arm and M1911's still in service from WWI. Excellent condition with original full length leg tong and no rot issues on the interior.  Super nice example. *Sold*

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#US2084 M7 "Assault" Rubberized Bag / Gas Mask Carrier
Original WWII U.S. Army M7 "Assault" rubberize bag / gas mask carrier.  Excellent unissued condition with subtle yellow markings. Used in the Normandy D-Day invasion and many other amphibious operations to keep equipment dry and clean. Excellent example. *Sold*

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#US2077 USMC Lower Pack, Boyt 1943
Original WWII U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) lower pack manufactured by Boyt in 1943.  Salty "been there" combat used condition with typical USMC stencilling to a Marine named "K.L. Umbarger" "989131".  We haven't made any effort to research this pack but it has research potential.  Nice combat pack! *Sold*

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#US2102 U.S. Army M3 Fighting Knife with Scabbard
Original WWII US Army M3 fighting knife with scabbard.  Nice "been there" set in combat carried and used condition. All complete without damage, the blade has seen field use as shown. Good used set!  *Sold*

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#US2103 D-Day Life Preserver  
Original WWII U.S. inflatable life preserver.  This type of life preserver was used by the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps during amphibious invasions such as D-Day, Iwo Jima, and many others.  This example is in excellent condition except one of the fragile rubber tubes is broken / missing which is pretty typical on the because the rubber corrodes on all of them over time. US Navy marker and maker stamped. *Sold*

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#US2079 U.S. Army 30-06 Armour Piercing Ammunition Bandolier
Original WWII U.S. Army 30-06 AP (Armour Piercing) ammunition bandolier.  The cardboard bandoliers that would have protected the M1 Garand enblocs are still inside the pockets.  This type of bandolier would have also been issued to U.S. Marines and service members from all branches using the M1 Garand.  Nice bandolier! *Sold*

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#US2060 U.S. Army M1928 Haversack with Meat Can Pouch
Original WWII US Army M1928 haversack with meat can pouch.  This was the standard pack issued to all US infantrymen during WWII.  Nice lightly used example without any issues, nicely maker marked "G & R CO. 1942" and original "U.S." stamp on the exterior. Great set. $85 *On Hold*