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  1. Thanks for the info Randy. Makes sense. I just wouldnt have thought they made a ton of those patches where they had different manufacturers but i guess maybe from year to year they could have changed.
  2. Here are 3 oatches i picked up in a grouping from guy stationed at craig afb in selma. As can see, the fronts are different as are the backs. My question is wete these made different places or if anyone can shed light on why they all all different.
  3. Interestingthe buttons had me kind of thinking maybe mikitary but didnt know they were used commercially. Appreciate the replies and information
  4. Found this in some of my old uniforms. Unfortunately, no tag. Not sure of the period or if even military. Buttons have me thinking military.
  5. There a place to put an order in once it is printed, or, do you know where to inquire about getting a copy?
  6. Trying to find out approximate date of this n3b jacket. I assume it is authentic but the stock number 6259 doesnt match up with anything i have found online. Everything i see is 6279 or earlier but cant find the 6259 anywhere. Plus there is no other tag like i see on other n3b jackets. So maybe this is a knockoff commercial one?? Any thoughts if you know would be appreciated.
  7. Thanks gwbill pass on it then
  8. Thoughts on real or repro
  9. Thanks for that suggestioni forget about it as im always on here.
  10. My latest purchase. Be curious as to any thoughts the experts have on it. No story behind it but came from large military collection. No markings i see on the pants or shirt. Ive seen pictures of vc wearing this type of shirt but dont know what the detailed signs are to look for-any thoughts appreciated.
  11. Got it thanksdidnt think it was US but not positive. Please close thread if needed
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