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 WWII Uniforms
UU-2270  Very nice 29TH Division 4 pocket jacket. Id'ed with 1st initial of last name and last 4 digits of serial number. Ribbon bar with invasion arrowhead. $275ON HOLD
UU-2269  Marine Corps Model 1944 Camo Jacket. Shows some actual use and wear, but overall very clean. $495
UU-2268  WW2 1ST Pattern US Marine Corps shirt identified to a Marine Officer. Exc condition overall. $255$SOLD$
UU-2267  Fantastic 8TH Air Force Suitcase Grouping. Includes Ike Jacket, Shirt, Flight Suit, Flight Helmet, 02 Mask, Overseas cap. O2 mask has some strap damage. Purchased directly from the family. This Airman was with the 490TH Bomb Group of the 8TH Air Force and flew 15 combat missions. $575$SOLD$
UU-2266  Very nice 8TH Air Force, Bombardiers Grouping for an Officer in the 570TH Bomb Squadron, 390TH Bomb Group. Includes very nice Ike Jacket with shirt and tie. His Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross medals are present, Unit Citation Certificate, selection of his letters home, lots of ID cards , newspaper clippings and more. Really a nice set. $695  $SOLD$
UU-2265 Field Jacket of American Field Service Ambulance Driver, Frank S. Allor, who's ambulance was named "Calamity Jane"

He started his journey in November 1944. It began with his training as a member of an ambulance squad in New York City, New York for the American Field Service. His squad went from New York to Charleston, North Carolina. They next traveled on a British hospital ship bound for Naples, Italy. For protection, the medical ship was painted with a huge red cross.  The trip total took about three and a half weeks. They stayed there for ten days. Italy was supposed to be beautiful and sunny. Instead it was wet, cold and muddy. There was no winter gear either. They went from “sunny” Italy to Marseilles, France.

During his service he was in Gibraltar, Italy, France, southern Germany (Bavaria), and Liechtenstein. By the time the war ended he was in Austria, and he said he was the coldest he’d ever been.  $135

UU-2264 RARE!! 164TH Infantry Regiment, 23RD Americal Division with wonderful cross stitched cloth insignia. There are 3 DUIs from this famous regiments, including one on the cap. This regiment became famous for being the first unit to engage the Japanese at Guadalcanal. The Marine Commander was so impressed that the Marines gave this Army unit a Marine Unit Citation. They were also allowed to wear the insignia of the 1ST Marine Division. Extremely RARE. The Americal patch was made in an odd direct embroidered pattern into the sleeve. Very interesting. $495 $SOLD$
UU-2262  WW2 Australian Battle Jacket, named on the interior. $85 $SOLD$
UU-2261    Very nice B-14 enlisted Man's Flight Jacket with English made 8TH AAF SSI and Overseas stripes. Good condition overall. $295

 

UU-2260  WWII US Navy Submariners CPO Jacket and Trousers. Missing the buttons, but makes up fro it with a beautiful silver bullion Submariners badge. a very interesting set. $225
UU-2259  Model 1941 US Marine Corps fatigue jacket with stenciled name across the front. Well used in the field. Field applied inked rank. $225
UU-2258  WW2 US Army Fatigue shirt. Exc condition. $265
UU-2254  Tunic and skirt from a Women who was a member of the Massachusetts Women's Defense Corps. Appears to be an Officers version, with cuff braids and strap braids. Exc condition. $450
UU-2253  Named Women's overcoat from a Women who was a member of the Massachusetts Women's Defense Corps as well as the Massachusetts Women's Civil Defense Service". $235
UU-2251  Very interesting combat used and modified Field Jacket used as a Flight Jacket. Leather CBI shoulder patch. Shirt pocket sewn to the outside chest and wool collar added for warmth. Nicely named under the collar. "F.J. Hiele". Shows some soiling from actual use and wear. We have not tried to clean it. Typical cuff and pocket wear. $220
UU-2250  Rare WW2 Massachusetts Women's Defense Corps Tunic, Drivers cap and tie. Includes an invitation to the stand down ceremony of the unit. $455
UU-2248  Tailored Ike Jacket with blue backed 8TH Air Force Combat Crew wings. Very nice condition.  $155
UU-2247    Light weight General Officers Ike Jacket for a career Officer. His career is well documented online.  https://www.af.mil/About-Us/Biographies/Display/Article/107163/lieutenant-general-paul-s-emrick/    Some mothing as shown. $220
P-2241  Chocolate Officers shirt with "FR" flight wing. Not sure what "FR" is, but I believe it to be one of the Civilian Flight Schools pulled into service during WW2. $185
P-2236  WW2 Pick Trousers with belt. $65
P-2235  WW2 Officers Trousers. $55
UU-2230  WW2 Ike Jacket with great theater made SSI. $120
UU-2225  WW2 "Jeep Coat" with cotton collar. Excellent condition overall. $335
    UU-2219  Very nice 41 Field Jacket. Very clean overall, without staining or damage. The back of the neck has worn through from neck stubble,, will not show while displayed. Could be stitched closed fairly easily if wanted. Approx Size 38. $345
UU-2217  WW2 WAAC wool shirt. Exc condition. $110
UU-2216  Exceptionally RARE!! AVG Flying Tigers Pilots Blouse. Nicely named to Clarendon, Texas resident, PJ Greene and dated 1940. The Tailor is Frank Bros. of San Antonio, TX. Excellent condition overall. The Chinese Wing is a collector copy and is NOT original. It has just been added for display.
              After completing his flight training in San Antonio at Randolph Field, he became a flight instructor their. He joined the AVG with RT Smith and served with him in the 3RD Squadron, "Hells Angels" and was in combat in December 1941. He had 2 aerial victories and was shot down once in China. After the AVG was disbanded he returned to the Army and became Squadron Commander of the 97TH Fighter Squadron in Italy. 
              These jackets were the ones worn over to China. The last photo shows his buddy "RT" Smith and Chuck Older receiving decorations in China in early 1942 and you can see that they are wearing their service blouses. Extremely RARE opportunity to own the uniform of a real Flying Tiger. $2995


UU-2215  Unusual, very large pants, custom made from Marine Corps camo. Wearer must have been over 6 feet in height. $210
 
UU-2214  Very nice 22ND Bomb Group, 33RD Bomb Squadron, Model 41 Field Jacket used as a Flight Jacket. Jacket is well used and back has some fading. 31 Mission Bombs and the Viking Group insignia inked in Red and Black on the reverse. The Squadron patch featuring a Dragon is hand painted on a dense cotton fabric showing moderate use. The second patch, a group patch was a later addition, possibly cut from his flight bag after return home. The canvas seems consistent with a B-4 Flight Bag. Zipper has some damage to the bottom, otherwise functional. $1595

UU-2213  Interesting Officers Sun Helmet, Visor Cap, Musette Bag and tan tunic. $275
UU-2208  M-41 Navy Field Jacket. Very nice condition overall. $220
UU-2203  WW2 PT Boat Sailors Grouping. 2 Jumper, 2 sets of trousers, flat hat and PT Boat patch. Named on the label to W. Braley. Braley served with MTB RON 39 at the very end of the War. $250
UU-2202  WW2 US Navy sweater, label is gone. $80
UU-2201   Very nice WW2 Wool shirt. $65
UU-2200  Very nice WW2 Wool shirt. $60
UU-2198  Very nice B-15 Flight Jacket showing light to moderate overall use. Very nice jacket overall with just some wear to the cuffs. $450
UU-2197    Very nice 8TH Air Force Women's overseas made Ike Jacket with wool liner for field trousers, sometimes worn as trousers. A few scattered repairs. Very small size as shown. $345
UU-2193  WW2 Women's HBT shirt and trousers. Jacket appears to be a size 38 chest. The trousers appear to be a Medium.. Both have plastic buttons. $350
UU-2192  WW2 Nurses Uniform. Includes Nurse Corps Tunic with skirt and pinkish tan Officers shirt. $395
UU-2190   WW2 Officers Cotton khaki shirt. $50
UU-2184  WW2 Navy Grouping for a Sailor Involved with IBM Machines. Scarce. $135
UU-2182   Type E-1 Inner Flying Trousers. Some moth bites. $75
UU-2177  WW2 "Pink" Officers shirt. $50
UU-2175  WW2 Wool enlisted shirt. $55
UU-2174  WW2 Marine Corps Corporals shirt. $45
UU-2173  Post WW2 Field Trousers. Nice size. $45
UU-2168  WW2 Issue shirt. Very nice. $65
UU-2167  Khaki Cotton trousers. These have been tailored to 38 x 26. $40  $SOLD$
UU-2166  Khaki Cotton trousers. These have been tailored to 35 x 26. $40$SOLD$
UU-2165   Khaki Cotton trousers. These have been tailored to 35 x 25. $40$SOLD$
UU-2161  WW2 Air Corps tunic with "Pink" trousers and Air Corps belt. $180
UU-2160  WW2 Air Corps Officers shirt with Sterling shirt wing. $80
UU-2158  WW2 Khaki Cotton, WAAC Skirt. Approx Size16. $80
UU-2145  Scarce Petty Officers Wartime Gray tunic and hat. Choice condition. $140
UU-2144  WW2 M-43 Field Jacket in excellent condition, named to an Army Major. $220
UU-2143  WW2 Wool Doeskin Officers Overcoat. Size 38 Long. $95
UU-2142  WW2 Women's Field Jacket Liner, frequently worn by itself. Mint unissued, Size 14. $75ON HOLD
UU-2139    WW2 Women's Shirt. $70
UU-2134  WW2 Trench Coat with a Nurses Serial Number. About mint. $135
UU-2117  WW2 Women's Shirt. $70
UU-2103   Mint, un issued WW2 Women's fatigue shirt with 13 star buttons. . $185
UU-2102  WWII 1ST Pattern, Mackinaw, "Jeep Coat" in almost unworn condition. About mint a size 38-40. Really a clean jacket. $235
UU-2097  WW2 Women's Wool Trousers. Exc condition. $100
UU-2093  WW2 Women's Field Trousers for wear with the Field Jacket. Choice condition. $85
UU-2088  WW2 Marine Corps Vandergrift Ike style Jacket. Named to two different Marines. $80
UU-2084  Very nice Women's WW2 WAAC or Army Nurse corps Overcoat. Appears to be named to 2 different women. $150
UU-2082   Model 41 Field Jacket is good condition overall. Wear to collar as shown. Some wear to cuffs, but very nice. Named to "Robert Riebow". I found an Aviation Cadet with that name, needs more research. About a size 48-50. $425
UU-2078  WW2 Women's Model 1943 Field Jacket. Choice condition overall, accept for two small square stains from leather backing, bleeding through the cotton duck.. $150
UU-2075  WW2 Summer Flight Suit. Very nice condition. $150ON HOLD
UU-2069  WW2 Naval Aviator tunic. Nicely identified on the interior. Some quick research shows he entered service in 1943, completed flight training in 1944. Not sure where he was stationed. Needs some additional research. $225
UU-2056  Named 1ST Marine Division 4 pocket Wool Service Blouse. Very nice condition overall. $235
UU-2055  WWII Flight Suit. Green wool, good condition. $150
UU-2052   WWII Civil Employee Uniform as worn by factory representatives for vehicles, aircraft, armaments and others. $120
UU-2051  WWI Wool Trousers. $60
UU-2048  Very nice named 88TH Division Engineer. The collar disc is for Headquarters Company of the 88TH Division, Engineer Battalion. Named on the interior with last 4 digits of serial number. $395
UU-2046   Very interesting WWII Aviation Mechanics shirt with customized patches. $80
UU-2040  Very Scarce P42 Camouflage Marine Corps Fatigue Trousers. These show actual use and wear. Green side has a few paint spots, green and white. Tan side is very clean. Two small tears to leg as shown. Original trouser belt in matching worn condition. Very nice. $895
UU-2035  Very nice Ike Jacket with bullion 78TH Div SSI on one sleeve and a 1ST Division on the right. Zipper has been added. No name. $220
UU-2030   WWII Ploesti, Operation Tidal Wave Group. This group was from a Veteran from Connecticut and turned up about 10 years ago. I believe these items were peeled off from the main grouping to create a second group as the photocopies show. Nice 4 Pocket khaki uniform. The wing and ribbon bar has been added. The B-4 bag is named in several places. His Air Service overseas cap is from his time in training before he was commissioned. Rare opportunity to get a small group from a Pilot who flew the most daring Bombing Raid of WWII. $895 

UU-2019  Named WWII Navy Corpsman blouse with ribbon bar. Stenciled name on the interior. Small paint swipes on the front as shown. $175
UU-2015  Exceptionally RARE, Japanese War Crimes Tribunal AND Nuremburg German War Crimes Trials. This Officer was from Baltimore and was assigned to be on the Defense Team for General Tomoyuki Yamashita, the so called, "Tiger of Malaya" during some of WW2's first high visibility War Crimes. Yamashita obviously was found guilty, and hung. Film footage of the trial and the hanging are available online. He was then sent to Berlin to participate in the German war Crimes Trials. As they only wear khakis during WW2 in Japan, he had to have uniforms made in Berlin, Germany when he arrived. He was also involved with the management of the Military Government in Berlin in 1947. Only JAG Officers group I have ever seen for a Lawyer involved with the punishment of War Criminals. Berlin made 4 pocket tunic with amazing direct embroidered bullion US and JAG insignia. Berlin made trousers.  $925

UU-1999 Late ww2-1949 Aviation Chief Petty Officers Uniform set. $85
UU-1993   WWII Naval Officers Rain trench coat. $95
 
UU-1979  Nice named WW2 US Marine corps Women's tunic. Very good condition overall. She was from Norfolk, VA and enlisted in 1943 and served through the end of the War. $245
UU-1971  Korean War US Marine Corps, Corpsman's fatigue shirt. Nicely named. Good condition overall. $165
UU-1964   WWII 10TH Mountain Troops Anorak, 2 sided. OD on 1 side and 1 white side. Very good condition overall showing actual use and wear. $185
UU-1961  Scarce WWII Naval Officers tunic in haze gray. This Officer evidently received 2 awards of the Silver Star. Jacket was made in Pensacola so possible flight personal. Not named. $220
UU-1951   779TH Armored Ike Jacket. Name was recorded when purchased. 2 photos of the Veteran were found in the pocket. Rare patch!! $245

 

 

 

 

 

UU-1943  WWII Naval Field Jacket. USN stenciled on the chest. $225
UU-1939  WWII Hospital Corpsmans 3RD Class jumper. $80
UU-1937   WWII OD wool shirt with interesting Aviator embroidered Gunner's wing, outlined in yellow thread. $80
UU-1916  Scarce L1-A post WWII blue wool flight suit. Tough to find. $135
UU-1915  Extra Lightweight, US Marine and Navy summer flying suit. $95
UU-1894  WWII English Tailored Ike Jacket, made from a cut down 4 Pocket Service Tunic. British made Ribbon Bars. Nice condition except for some small holes to the cuff as shown and a few scattered pin holes. $215
UU-1872  Late WWII Women's fatigue trousers. Wreath buttons are silver in color. Button fly has been replaced with a zipper. $145
UU-1854  Pair of Navy Jumpers for a 1ST Class Petty Officer detailed to Submarines. Unfortunately the blouses are not named. Nice Sub cruise badge. $250$SOLD$
UU-1796   WWII Navy Chief Petty Officer's Uniform made in Sydney Australia. $145
UU-1789  WWII American Red Cross Womens Tunic. Good condition overall. $225ON HOLD
UU-1761  Scarce, 1945, nylon, US Navy/ Marine Corps flight suit. Excellent condition. $195
 
UU-1748  Very nice 9TH Engineer Command tunic with great embroidered on felt SSI. Sterling silver wings are worn on the chest. We don't know what the history of the tunic is, but when it was pulled out of the woodwork, they were there. Nice high ranking set. $225
UU-1729  WWII Air Cadets 4 pocket tunic with collar insignia. After training the circular cuff patch would be removed. $125
UU-1695  Women Officers overcoat with Nurses serial number on the interior. Civilian service patch on shoulder and greenish blue shoulder straps, possible Red Cross use. $150
UU-1638   WWII Mine Sweeper jumper, named on the interior. Very good condition overall. $90
  UU-1434    WWII Marine Corps shirt. $40
UU-1235 WWII Para Marine Vest worn under the Jump Smock. $165

 

UU- 1191   Very rare WWII USMC female fatigue jacket. These are quite scarce. Missing 2 of the factory plastic buttons. $195

 

 

 

 

 

UU-1018   WWII Army Service Trousers. Good condition. $55
UU-992   Great set of WWII enlisted trousers with 1946 date. Good size with belt. $35
       
UU-738  Nice set of WWII Trousers with belt, measuring  30 X 33. Tiny repair to back cuff otherwise very nice. $45

 

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