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  1. Thanks for the link. I will have to purchase that edition in the future.
  2. I just picked this musette bag up on eBay as it is made by the Betty Ann Bag Company in 1943. I have a First Aid Pouch that was made by this manufacturer but have never seen a Musette Bag made by them. Has anyone else ever seen a Musette Bag that was made by this company. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. Very sad to see this. My prayers go out to the family.
  4. Thanks for the input guys. I will measure the cartridge holes when I get home tonight.
  5. I just bought a lot of WWII items and this came with it. I am not sure how old this cartridge belt is or if it is a military item. I did some searching on the forum and did not find anything. This is definently out of my collecting realm (WWII-Vietnam) so any input would be appreciated.
  6. Recently snagged this photo of General Gavin off of eBay for $1.49. For the price I thought there was a chance that it was a reprint but I took a gamble anyway. Well it turned out to be an original
  7. His title and description are a bit misleading but he does state that the patches are reproductions: "101ST SCREAMING EAGLE THEATER MADE BULLION PATCH REPRODUCTION NICE,ALLIED AIRBORNE THEATER MADE BULLION PATCH REPRODUCTION".
  8. Mike - I went ahead and posted your photos here. Great looking collection! :thumbsup: US Display - M43 Field Jacket/Helmet, and other field gear 7th Amry, 80th Div Ike - Good Conduct, ETO, WWII Victory ribbons, M.P. Collar disk USN Jumper USN Tally Cap - "Donald Duck" cap European Campaign - Medal, ribbon and mini ribbon US Medals - Good Conduct (grandfather's), Silver Star, American Cmpgn, US Defense, WWII Victory, Asiatic Pacific Cmpgn US Army Officers Visor USAAF - 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 11th, 13th USAAF patches, and the
  9. I think that you mislisted the pouch in your auction. You listed it as a WWII item but as Craig posted above, it is an M-1950 Compass Pouch. Also the web belt that you listed with it looks like a reproduction to me.
  10. Here is an example that I recently picked up.
  11. Lewis, I really appreciate your insight. You are a great asset to this forum. If I had more time in St Mere Eglise I would buy you a beer. Thanks, Jonathan
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