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E-0001  Back in Stock!! We have acquired a small box of 1990s reprints of a 1921 Mills Equipment Catalog showing the various items being offered through Military Outfitters and Suppliers during WWI. $5 each WITH OTHER PURCHASE.
E-4203  WWI Signal Corps U.S. Army Airplane Radio Transmitting and Receiving Set Type S.C.R. 68 Made by Western Electric Co. This set is all original and seems to have all the parts- including the RARE, original tubes.  The outside has no damage and has all the proper ID plates. The inside is complete and in fantastic condition- as the picture shows- the wiring diagram has some damage. The SCR 68 was one of the first steps for pilots and ground commanders to communicate during WWI. It operated at 750 kHz (400 meter wavelength), using a long wire antenna reeled out behind the aircraft. This is an ultra rare, museum quality piece of WWI aviation history and would be an excellent addition to any military collection. $2995
E-4202  WWI Dismounted Holster in exc condition, showing just light use. $295
E-4201  WW1 Hardbread Ration. Unopened in exc condition. $395
E-4200  Model 1917 Trench Knife by LF and C. Good condition overall, showing some actual use and wear. $575
E-4199  WW1 American Gas Mask Bag. Exc condition. $50
 
E-4198  Model 1910 pack dated 1917. Inscribed to an Aero Squadron. $95
E-4197  Rare Airplane Interphone set box. Only partial contents. These units allowed Pilots and Observers to communicate with each other in flight. $165
E-4196  WW1 Officers Boots. Exc condition overall. $210
  E-4195  WW1 Enlisted Mans Rain Coat. Classic fireman buckles, nicely named inside to a Soldier in the Medical Corps. $795 ON HOLD
E-4194  Wonderful 1917 dated Jerkin in CHOICE condition. One of the best ones we have ever had, full label. $375
E-4193  WW1 Named Gas Mask set. Should be researchable. $125
E-4192  WWI Canteen. Seldom seen maker. $150
E-4191  Mark III Flare gun. Good condition overall. $375
E-4190  WW1 Enfield Bayonet and scabbard. Average condition. $155
E-4189  WWI Shoulder Magazine Bag for the Chauchat Machine Gun, American Straight clip version. $125
E-4188  WWI Carry case for the Browning Automatic Rifle, the BAR. Very good condition overall. $155
E-4187   Genuine WWI French Maps, assorted. These maps are from various areas in France, that were not on the Western Front but in the rear areas. Maps were purchased for various areas of France as they did not necessarily know where the battle may shift. Also troops moving from the coast to battle areas would be led by Officers using these maps. Our choice. $35
E-4186  RARE Aircraft Radio used to communicate with ground forces fro Aerial Observation, Type S.C.R. 59.  Made by Western Electric Co. Last listed patent applied for is March 1915 (engraved on patent plaque). Set is missing one of the vacuum tubes. There are two RARE BUCK radio tubes remaining. $895 $SOLD$
E-4185  Hospital Corpsman Bolo, marked to Field Hospital 2. Very nice condition. $395 $SOLD$
E-4184  Very nice 26TH Division identified Gas Mask and bag for a member of the 104TH Infantry. Small tear to face mask. $165 $SOLD$
E-4183  WWI Canteen and cover. Very nice condition overall. $140
E-4182  Rare WW1 Surgeons Operation case. Includes amputation knives, bone saw, scissors, forceps and other cutters. $495
  E-4181  WW1 US Issue bugle. $175
E-4180  Set of WW1 unit marked dog tags. $60
  E-4179  Scarce unused set of dog tags with one rare square" emergency tag" and the other standard round. $55
E-4178  VERY Rare!! French made US Army Service Buzzer/ Field Phone with original canvas trench cover. This rare item of Signal Corps Equipment was made by the French for US Forces. Headset in choice condition. You will never see another one. $995
E-4177  Extremely RARE!! WW1 US Marine Corps Shelter half with clear Marine Corps Depot stamps. I have only found 2 of these in 40 years!! Don't miss it. $695   $SOLD$
E-4176   WWI Dog Tag Stamping kit. About choice condition. Block is  style which I have never seen before. It appears to be a simplified model which omits the indent for the dog tag. $220
E-4175  WWI Medics Surgical Kit used by a 2ND Division Soldier. Named on front. $165 
E-4174  Unusual French made Officers Haversack with embossed name. Samur marked. $135
E-4171  BAR Gunners belt. Good condition overall, showing use and wear. $135
E-4170  10 pocket ammo belt. $100
  E-4169  Scarce 1920 produced 10 pocket ammo belt. $120
  E-4168  Rare!! US Marine Corps marked pack tail. "USMC" in all capitals, tough to read but its there. $100
E-4167    WW1 Officers conversational French language book. $40
  E-4166  WW1 Handkerchiefs. Our choice $20
  E-4165  WW1 Condiment can. $40
E-4164  Large WWI Carry Case for a French Trench Periscope. Approx 30 inches in length. $155
E-4163   Officers cane with "Verdun" boldly carved into the side. $250
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E-4162   Extremely RARE WWI Flour Sack sent to Belgium to feed the starving citizens of the occupied areas. The Situation was dire, Germans were confiscating food and the Belgians already were importing 75% of their food prior to WWI. They would not let the refugees go into Germany, nor would they let them pass through the front lines into France. Herbert Hoover negotiated with the British , French and Germans to allow this humanitarian aid.
       Outrageously rare item of early US aid. Between 1914 and 1919, the CRB operated entirely with voluntary efforts and was able to feed 11,000,000 Belgians by raising the necessary money, obtaining voluntary contributions of food, shipping the food past the German submarine blockades and army occupied areas, and controlling the food distribution in Belgium. The CRB shipped 697,116,000 pounds of flour to Belgium and evidence indicates that sugar and grains were also sent. The flour was packaged in cotton flour sacks by American mills. The movement of these bags throughout Belgium was carefully controlled by the CRB since cotton was in great demand for the manufacture of German artillery powder bags and also because the CRB feared that the flour sacks would be taken out of Belgium, refilled with inferior flour, and resold as relief flour. As a result, the empty flour sacks were carefully accounted for and distributed to professional schools, sewing workrooms, convents, and individual artists. Separate from the trade schools of Belgium, the professional schools specialized in training girls to sew, embroider, and make lace, and the sewing workrooms were large centers established in the major Belgian cities during the war to provide work for the thousands of unemployed. Girls and women made famous Belgian lace, embroidered textiles and repaired and remade clothing in these workrooms. The flour sacks were used by these various Belgian groups to make new clothing, accessories, pillows, bags, and other functional items. This one is from the Brabant District in Belgium. It also bears an additional stamp stating it was for the supplement of Belgian Soldiers allotment. $335
E-4160   WWI 45 Automatic clip pouches. choice condition, varied construction and markings. OUR CHOICE. $30 each
E-4159  WWI Eagle Snap Officers Map Case with original shoulder strap. $230
E-4158  WWI Officers garrison Belt with chape and sword hangers. Excellent overall. $525
E-4157  Nicely named WW1 Gas Mask and Bag set. Mask is only fair. We have this Officers Dog Tags listed below. $95$SOLD$
E-4156  Officers Personal Effects wall bag. This was hung at your bunk and hung from the 2 eyelets. The pouches contained various personal grooming, toiletry, and other items. Fairly scarce. $75
  E-4154  WW1 Medical Pouch for the Diagnostic Tags. $60
E-4151  Nice set of regimentally marked dog tags. $45
E-4150  WW1 Gas Mask and Bag. Mask is only fair. missing lens. Nice bag. $80
    E-4149  WW1 Trench Lighter. $40ON HOLD
    E-4148  WW1 Wool Puttees. $40
  E-4147  WW1 wool knit sweater vest. Some snags and pulls. Great for combat display. $60
    E-4146   WW1 Wristlets. $40
E-4144  Model 1917 Trench Knife by LF and C. Good condition overall, showing some actual use and wear. $595
  E-4141   8 pocket ammo belt with New York State seal button snaps. Exc condition. $135
E-4140  WWI "Hate" belt. with 20 collar discs including, Train, MTC, Engineer, Ordinance, USQMC, Medical, Artillery and more. $155
  E-4139  WWI Gas Mask set. Typical dry and brittle mask. Canister has become detached due to hose separation. $75
E-4136  WW1 Signal Lamp for sending visual Morse Code Signals. Complete with belts, battery boxes, cord and lamp. Exc condition overall. $395$SOLD$
  E-4133  WW1 Chauchat Machine Gun Spare Parts canvas envelope in average condition. $50
    E-4132   WW1 Personal effects bag. Would have contained goodies from home whn sent and then used as a bag later. $35
E-4131  Rare 2 Star Generals flag for a Division Commander. Good condition overall. a little staining as shown, but very scarce. Approx 3 x 5 feet. $395
E-4130  WW1-1920s National Colors for a regiment in regulation size. 4 x 6 feet. Choice condition in silk. $395
  E-4129  WW1 Shovel Good condition overall. $95
E-4128  WW1 Stonebridge folding lantern. Exc condition overall. $95$SOLD$
  E-4127  10 Pocket Ammo belt. Good condition overall. $135
  E-4126  Scarce Ammo bag to hold the clips for the French Chauchat Rifle, specifically chambered in the American 30-06 ammo, a bad combination prone to jamming. These clips were straight instead of curved $195
E-4125   WWI Officer's Boots. Excellent condition.  $110
E-4124  Rare storage case for the Mark 1A Bomb Sight. Excellent condition. Approx 20 inches in length. $195
  T-4117  WW1 Breach Cover. One broken snap, otherwise choice condition. $55 $SOLD$
  T-4116  WW1 Squad Rifle Cleaning kit and case. $85
T-4115  T-1123  Rare 9TH Infantry, 2ND Division Mess Kit. Nicely named. $225
E-4114   WWI Gas Mask set. Mask is still pliable, hose is a rock. Canister has become detached due to hose separation. $75
E-4112    WWI Custom shoulder bag with metal closures. $130
E-4111  WWI Woven garrison belt. This late War version incorporated the two rifle clip pouches into a single combined fixed pouch. One snap has some minor damage under as shown. Scarce. $120
E-4109  Matched sets of WWI wool puttees. $35 (OUR CHOICE)
E-4106  Very nice 10 Pocket belt, showing just light use. $95
E-4103  WW1 US Marine Corps Mess Hall Fork. $55
E-4102  Scarce 14TH Cavalry pack and tail. $90
E-4101   Gas mask set of John Albine Johnson who served  in Company K of the 305TH Infantry, 77TH Division. Mask is dry and hard as usual. Great combat history! $155
  E-4099  Original bronze manufacturers data plate for a Model 1917 Anti Aircraft Gun Auto Trailer. Approx 4 inches in length.  $95
E-4096  Choice set of WW1 suspenders. $245
E-4094  Rare Abercrombie and Fitch Officers Private Purchase canteen, mess kit. Choice condition. $275
E-4092  WWI American Pineapple with stepped base. Missing spoon. $250
E-4090  WWI Dog Tag Stamping Kit with hammer, anvil and all dies. Just lacks guide plates. $175
    E-4088  Choice WW1 Pistol Belt. $60
  E-4087  WW1 US Rifle Cleaning Rod and case. $55
  E-4085  Lutheran Prayer Book as given to Soldiers. $35
  E-4084   Jewish Prayer Book as given to Soldiers. $55
    E-4081   WWI Bandage, 1917 date. $70
  E-4080  WWI Pick Mattock and Carrier. $105
E-4078  WWI British Gas Mask Bag. Excellent condition overall. Bright and clean. Includes a "US" production gas mask, typical dry and hard. Nice Diary inscription on one side. $235
E-4077  WWI Wool Soldier puttees. Multiples Available. Our Choice $35
E-4073   WW1 Dog Tag stamping kit set of guide plates. These are frequently missing or rusted. Choice condition, set of 3. $95
E-4072  Nicely decorated WWI French or British made Haversack inscribed to an MP in the 7TH Division. $95
E-4071  WWI Officers boots. Good condition overall. One boot has a split on the rear seam. Very nice overall. $135
E-4070   WWI Gas Mask set. Typical dry and brittle mask.  $75
E-4066  WW1 wooden belt Trench Periscope. $195
E-4064   78TH Division Welcome Home pennant. Exc condition. $95
E-4063  WWI Shotgun Shell bag with shoulder strap. Well used and worn edges. The loops on the interior have been removed. Nice trench used item. $220
E-4062  WWI Gas Mask and Bag. Bag is very nice. Mask is dry and brittle and has pulled away from the hose. $85
E-4061  Model 1910 Bolo. Nice condition overall showing light actual use and wear. $210$SOLD$
E-4059  WWI Shelter Half with poles and tent pegs. Just about MINT condition. The original label with 1918 date is still present. You cannot upgrade this one. $245ON HOLD
  E-4058  WW1 Gillette Khaki Razor kit as issued to most WW1 Soldiers. $55
    E-4057  WW1 Trench mirror and carry case. $45
E-4055 WWI Eagle Snap Map Case. Nicely identified to a US Marine Corps Major. Shoulder strap is a replacement. Overall excellent condition with just some minor mothing to the felt interior pad. Very tough items to find with Marine usage. $250
  E-4036  WW1 First Aid Packet in choice condition. $75
E-4034  WW1 Wool Puttees. $35
E-4033  Model 1917 US Rifle breach cover. One snap pulled through. $75
E-4031  WW1 Enlisted Garrison Belt. Good condition overall. $100
E-4026   1917 dated US Army Horse Feedbag. Very nice condition overall. $85
E-4025  1918 dated canvas leggings. $55
    E-4023  WWI Shaving mirror and canvas case. This is the more scarce version with wire stand. $40
E-4021  Extremely RARE!! WWI American POW number tag as worn by troops held in German POW camps. This was brought home with photo of Theater schedule, photo of board from the camp listing performers, POW Camp money and biographical information on reverse of frames. $435
E-4019  WWI Shotshell bag. Excellent condition overall. $275
E-4016  WWI, Model 1910 Pack made by Long. Mint! $80
E-4006  WW1 Officers Garrison belt with sword hanger uniform protector. $435
E-4005  WW1 Officers Sam Brown Belt in excellent condition. $210
E-4002  Named and serial numbered WW1 Gas Mask set. Hose needs to be replaced but the face mask is pliable, which is very tough to find. Should be easily researched. $120
E-4001  US Marine stationed at St. Nazzaire France. Identified to "J. C. Gaskins, Jr.", one of the Guard Units of the 5TH Brigade. $75
    E-3990  Model 1918 enlisted man Garrison belt with clip pouches. $195
E-3989 WW1 Enlisted Mans Garrison belt with scarce accessory hanger. $220
E-3969  British contract made Officers Haversack with "US" and Broad Arrow markings with 1918 date. $175
  E-3958   Mexican Border Haversack for a member of Company D of the 3RD Pennsylvania. $145
E-3957   WWI Dog Tag Stamping kit with all contents. Choice condition overall. Exterior of the box has been repainted. $225
  E-3954  WWI Rifle Grenade Vest. Mint un-issued condition. $55
E-3952  WWI NCO whistle. $45
E-3951  Officers Trench Whistle. $70
E-3950  Fantastic field made Carbide lamp made from Artillery shell parts. Carbide was used in the antique car lights of the period. It is a powder that produces flammable gas when water is slowly dripped on it. About 11 inches in height. $175
E-3946  WWI Rifle Grenadiers chest pack. $65
E-3943   WWI Model 1910 Canteen bottle. $30
E-3941 WWI Officers boots in excellent condition. $140
E-3938  Model 1910 canteen set. Choice condition. $110
E-3933  WWI Officers Boot Jack, as used by most overseas Officers to remove their mud encrusted boots. $40
  E-3927  WI Officers Inflatable bed pillow. $75
    E-3925  WWI Trench Mirror. $40
  E-3923  WWI Wool Toque. $55
E-3922  WWI Signal Flag set. Good condition overall. $80
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  E-3918    Extremely RARE WWI Flour Sack sent to Belgium to feed the starving citizens of the occupied areas. The Situation was dire, Germans were confiscating food and the Belgians already were importing 75% of their food prior to WWI. They would not let the refugees go into Germany, nor would they let them pass through the front lines into France. Herbert Hoover negotiated with the British , French and Germans to allow this humanitarian aid.
       Outrageously rare item of early US aid. Between 1914 and 1919, the CRB operated entirely with voluntary efforts and was able to feed 11,000,000 Belgians by raising the necessary money, obtaining voluntary contributions of food, shipping the food past the German submarine blockades and army occupied areas, and controlling the food distribution in Belgium. The CRB shipped 697,116,000 pounds of flour to Belgium and evidence indicates that sugar and grains were also sent. The flour was packaged in cotton flour sacks by American mills. The movement of these bags throughout Belgium was carefully controlled by the CRB since cotton was in great demand for the manufacture of German artillery powder bags and also because the CRB feared that the flour sacks would be taken out of Belgium, refilled with inferior flour, and resold as relief flour. As a result, the empty flour sacks were carefully accounted for and distributed to professional schools, sewing workrooms, convents, and individual artists. Separate from the trade schools of Belgium, the professional schools specialized in training girls to sew, embroider, and make lace, and the sewing workrooms were large centers established in the major Belgian cities during the war to provide work for the thousands of unemployed. Girls and women made famous Belgian lace, embroidered textiles and repaired and remade clothing in these workrooms. The flour sacks were used by these various Belgian groups to make new clothing, accessories, pillows, bags, and other functional items. This one is from the Brabant District in Belgium.  $235

E-3915  WWI US Gas Mask and Bag. One break to the hose. $80
  E-3914  WWI Soldiers watch fob and nail knife. Nice period piece. $30
  E-3911  81ST Division, 161ST Field Artillery Brigade horse feed bag. Choice condition. $85
E-3910  Scarce WWI American Red Cross, Women's Voluntary Aid Armband. $120
  E-3909   WWI Officers syringe container for the Officers Medical belt. $70
E-3906 1917 dated De-capping set with photocopy of the original manual. $200
E-3905  WW1 Officers Marching Compass. $60
E-3904 WW1 Souvenir silk handkerchief. Very nice design. $70
E-3902  Model 1910 leather map case with shoulder sling. Missing the leather closure tab on the front and a crack to interior plastic as shown. $75
E-3895   Rare, 363RD Infantry, 91ST Division headquarters flag with material from the Soldier who brought this material home. Includes Divisional History, "K" Company history, Overseas cap with numbered collar disc, K Company 363RD Infantry unit photo, some personal snap shots an a few smaller items. Smal rip from actual use and wear overseas. This small flag would be hung wherever the regimental headquarters set up. $595

E-3894  Very RARE, American Ambulance Field Service, convoy flag. These typically were flown from the front cab of the ambulance in the 1915-1916 time period. Very rare with French Ministry of War stamp and leather reinforcing tabs. Only the 4th I have had in 27 years of collecting volunteer ambulance service material. $550
E-3890  WWI US Kitchen boiler. $110
E-3875  WWI Officers Trench Periscope. British made with detachable handle. $255
  E-3869   WWI Red Cross Soldiers Ditty Bag. $35
  E-3868  WWI Soldiers bag. $35
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Related image  E-3863   Extremely RARE WWI Flour Sack sent to Belgium to feed the starving citizens of the occupied areas. The Situation was dire, Germans were confiscating food and the Belgians already were importing 75% of their food prior to WWI. They would not let the refugees go into Germany, nor would they let them pass through the front lines into France. Herbert Hoover negotiated with the British , French and Germans to allow this humanitarian aid.
       Outrageously rare item of early US aid. Between 1914 and 1919, the CRB operated entirely with voluntary efforts and was able to feed 11,000,000 Belgians by raising the necessary money, obtaining voluntary contributions of food, shipping the food past the German submarine blockades and army occupied areas, and controlling the food distribution in Belgium. The CRB shipped 697,116,000 pounds of flour to Belgium and evidence indicates that sugar and grains were also sent. The flour was packaged in cotton flour sacks by American mills. The movement of these bags throughout Belgium was carefully controlled by the CRB since cotton was in great demand for the manufacture of German artillery powder bags and also because the CRB feared that the flour sacks would be taken out of Belgium, refilled with inferior flour, and resold as relief flour. As a result, the empty flour sacks were carefully accounted for and distributed to professional schools, sewing workrooms, convents, and individual artists. Separate from the trade schools of Belgium, the professional schools specialized in training girls to sew, embroider, and make lace, and the sewing workrooms were large centers established in the major Belgian cities during the war to provide work for the thousands of unemployed. Girls and women made famous Belgian lace, embroidered textiles and repaired and remade clothing in these workrooms. The flour sacks were used by these various Belgian groups to make new clothing, accessories, pillows, bags, and other functional items. This one is from the Brabant District in Belgium. It also bears an additional stamp stating it was for the supplement of Belgian Soldiers allotment. $235
  E-3861  WW1 Feed Bag. Choice condition. $65
E-3857    WWI Gas Mask set. Typical dry and brittle mask.  $75
E-3855   Pre WWI Artillery Shoulder Cord for Dress Blue Uniform. From an unopened bundle of 10 dated 1915. Excellent condition overall. $30 each
  E-3854  Set of two, 90TH Division Streamers. Some small splits and wear, but nice period silk battle honors. $85
E-3827  10 pocket ammo belt. This belt has some odd repairs, but is in otherwise mint condition. $95
    E-3813  WWI Carlisle bandage. $70
  E-3811  WWI Trench Shovel $120
E-3783  WWI Aviators goggles. These safety anti shatter goggles are made of 2 layers with clean sealant in between. Sometimes this inner layer goes bad showing this discoloration. Can be pulled apart and cleaned if you desire. $95
E-3779 Fantastic WW1 Pilots Flight Goggle Case. Choice condition. $90
  E-3771  Fantastic ditty bag which was used by a member of the 103RD Trench Mortar Battery to ship captured German helmet home through the mail. $165
  E-3770  WWI Signal Corps Flag. $40
E-3665  WWI US Issue enlisted Trench Boot. Left foot only. Size 7. Excellent condition overall. $255
E-3654  Marine Corps Rifle Scorebook. $40
E-3648  WWI US Navy Dog Tag. $55
E-3647  WWI US Navy Swim Trunks. $45
E-3633   WW1 Wool Wristlets. $35ON HOLD
E-3602  1916 contract dated gauze packet. The end has been opened. $35
E-3595    WWI Officer's Marching Compass and case. Lacks the fluid. $55
E-3582   WWI Officer's Pistol Belt with Saber Loop. Excellent condition. $100
  E-3577  WWI Model 1910 Canteen bottle. $30
    E-3576  WWI Model 1910 Canteen bottle. $30
E-3570  WWI Musette Bag for a member of the 103RD Ammunition Train of the 28TH Division. Lacks shoulder strap. $60
E-3560   WW1 Compass pouch. Inscribed on the flap to an Officer in the 101ST Infantry, 26TH Div.  $40
E-3488  Choice, 1918 dated Canvas Leggings. $45ON HOLD
  E-3456  WWI Officer's pistol belt with saber chape. $120
  E-3434  WWI Signal Corps flags and carrier. $135
E-3407  Jefferson Depot 45 Automatic clip pouch. Dated 1924. Missing one rivet, as shown. $40
  E-3073  Great 104TH Infantry Regiment, 26Th Division Reunion Armband. This was the first unit in American History decorated by a foreign power. The French decorated the colors of the 104Th after their bravery at the battle of Apremont. $45
  E-3072  Great 104TH Infantry Regiment, 26Th Division Reunion Armband. This was the first unit in American History decorated by a foreign power. The French decorated the colors of the 104Th after their bravery at the battle of Apremont. $40
E-3041  Set of 4 different bakelite buttons for Marine Corps, Knights of Columbus, YMCA and Jewish Welfare Board. $80
E-2955   Extremely rare WWI US Marine Corps 1ST Aid packet. These were issued to US Marines and US Navy Corpsman fighting in France. $95ON HOLD
  E-2877  WWI Red Cross Armband for a women involved with garment distribution. $75
E-2748  1914 dated Rock Island Arsenal Haversack. Some soldier naming to the front cover. $55
    E-2630  WWI Gas Mask Bag. Shows honest combat use and wear. no mask. $50
E-2608   WWI Mills manufactured case for the Signal Flag case. $45
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    E-2498   WWI French made mirror, holder and outer case. $35
  E-2488  WWI Shaving Mirror and case. $30
E-2436   Choice medium brown leather leggings. $65
E-2333  Scarce WW! Battery Commanders Ruler. $40
E-2253  Great WWI Red Cross Ditty Bag. $50
E-2240   WWI blue US Army issue laundry/ clothing storage bag. One 3 inch rip. $50
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