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  1. Anyone know what this would have been used for? The only markings are: U.S. Navy for x8. It measures about 28" x 17".
  2. Trying to figure out what this pouch would have carried and the era it is from. It features three compartments. The long part measures 31" long x 4 1/2" wide, the main second pouch 21 1/4" long x 6 1/2" wide, and the side pouch on the second pouch 13" long x 4" wide.
  3. Thanks for the information on the two pouches, really appreciate it.
  4. I'm trying to figure out what these two pouches would have been used for. The smaller one measures 6 1/2" long x 3" wide x 4" tall and is marked Jewell 1918. The larger pouch is unmarked and measures 12 1/2" tall x 9" in length across the top x 4" wide. Any info or guesses would be appreciated.
  5. Thanks for the additional info! It was helpful to get an idea of what it was worth as well and what era it was from.
  6. I bought this pouch with a few other items presuming it was a reproduction, but would appreciate a second opinion and thoughts on how to tell originals from the (many) repros on the market.
  7. Thanks for the info, wasn't sure if the two buckles disqualified the khaki strap from being a medic bag strap or not. Any thoughts on the leather strap with the two lift the dot snaps?
  8. I've got several straps here that I haven't been able to identify. Measurements in the order seen in pictures are: 16", 16", 19", and 47 1/2". Any info (or even guesses) on what these are would be incredibly helpful!
  9. I picked this up a while ago and believe it is a WW1 era guidon. Anyone have an idea of what unit it could have been with? I think the drawing on it is a rattlesnake tail.
  10. At first I thought it could be a tool roll, as it has different sized pockets on the front, but it is made of pretty thin cloth to hold tools. It measures 23" long x 11" wide and has the name Wright written on the back in pen. I was wondering if anyone knows what it would have been used for and what time period it is from? Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
  11. Thanks for all of the information, as always I learn something new every time!
  12. I picked this helmet up awhile ago, it's made of pressed fiber and stamped USMC on the inside of the rim of the helmet. It measures 12" long x 10" wide x about 6" tall. I was wondering if anyone knows what time period the helmet is from, what the significance of the star and V symbols are, what it could have been used for, and if it is original USMC? Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
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