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An EXCELLENT example of a WW2 US M1 steel combat helmet. With an original painted finish in a mid olive shade of OD with rough surface. Steel edge with front seam FLEXIBLE BALE BARS and a TAN (OD3) webbing chinstrap with brass twin hook fastener. Inner compressed fibre liner with Firestone maker mark. TAN webbing cradle fitted with tan leather and webbing sweatband and nape strap at the rear with maker's markings. Brown leather chinstrap with adjuster buckle. Fitted with a WW2 large mesh cammo net. Overall in EXCELLENT condition inside and out . CONDITION 9
Excellent reproduction of the US WW2 M1 C Airborne paratrooper helmet. Comprising an original M1 steel shell ( flexible bale bars and front edge seam) repainted in OD with rough finish. Tan webbing chin straps with extended sections & press studs to clip to the liner. Composition materail liner with tan webbing cradle, leather sweatband and web nape strap. Sides of the liner fitted with inverted A straps in tan webbing. These are fitted with metal buckles and a brown leather chin cup. Original large mesh net and with cammo burlap strips and a reproduction First Aid Packet tied to the net ( no contents). An excellent conversion using high grade materials and fittings. Condition 9
Scarce example of an original WW2 TL 122B flashlight with angled head and clear lense.. OD plastic casing with brass switch and sprung steel belt hook. Marked TL-122-B. Scew on base cap marked USALITE, NEW YORK. Clean inside ( takes 2 HP2 batteries). Bulb broken. Overall condition 8 ++
Original example of a WW2 M1 bayonet for the M1 Garand rifle. Black composition grips, pointed pommel. Integral muzzle catch in the crossguard. 10 inch, single edged blade stamped U.C U.S with flaming grenade ordnance mark. Parkerised finish ( light wear). In it's green composition material scabbard with steel throat fitted with standard US wire belt hook. Stmped US with flaming grenade. Worn surface finish which could be repainted if you wish. Tip intact. Generally Condition 8
RARE 1943 BRITISH MADE example of the scarce M36 field pack - commonly known as the Musette bag. Light shade of OD canvas with US stamped on the flap over top. british style Twin buckle closures WITH BRASS OPEN FRAMED BUCKLES AND STRAPS WITH RIVETTED BRASS END TIPS. . Integral shoulder straps with spring clips to attach to the M36 suspenders. Internal divided sections and buttoned exterior pocket. Some minor wear on the rear surface. CONDITION 8+. Has had a post War name and address handwritten inside the flap.
Early 1940 dated. WW2 example of the scarce M36 field pack - commonly known as the Musette bag. Light shade of RUBERISED OD canvas with US stamped on the flap over top. Twin buckle closures. Integral shoulder straps with spring clips to attach to the M36 suspenders. Internal divided sections and buttoned exterior pocket. Some minor wear. Dated insude the flap GLOBE SALES & MFG CO 1940. CONDITION 8+ Has had inked initials CDMadded to lower front and inside the flap. Not sure if this was by the original user ???
Scarce example of an M1910 entrenching tool known as the T handle shovel. Wooden haft with T shaped handle. Dteel fittings and steel head marked US. In it's tan webbing cover with strap and buckle closure. Front clearly stamped with US, the reverse with inked over maker's name and date and some other markings. Not visible when being worn or fitted to a pack. Generally condition 8+
Scarce example of an M1923 rifle ammunition belt, commonly called the Garand Belt. Tan webbing with 10 individual pockets for either one 8 round clip for the M1 Garand or 2, 5 round, clips for the 03 Springfield rifles. Small strap and stud in each pocket. Brass studs to the flaps. Grey metal buckle.. Inner surface marked with ILLEGIBLE maker's name and dated 1942. Overall in very good, clean condition . Condition 8++
Brown leather holster for the .45 pistol. Flap top with US marking. Brass closure stud and steel wire belt hook at the rear, Brass eyelet at the tip. Made by WARREN LEATHER GOODS CO. and dated 1944 All stitching and rivets OK. Mid brown colour. Grade 8+
An excellent reproduction of the scarce General Purpose Ammunition bag. In tan webbing with flap over top and strap & buckle closure. Flap marked with maker name and date inside. Front marked US, 2 integral short straps with D rings and reinforcing striap across the bottom surface. One of the best repros I've seen. Condition 9+
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