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  1. Well, now my sister is mad at me. She bought the coveralls years ago and told me to put them up on eBay for $55. After checking here, I decided to make them $35, but removed them from Militaria ('cause now I knew they were nothing interesting) and added them to Women's Clothing. They sold the next day! However, my sister was upset because she saved them all these years and they were cool because they were all beat up and "looked liked they'd been in a war". New ones wouldn't be cool. Moral of the story: If you have some ratty old stuff, try selling it on eBay as vintag
  2. Gee, thanks for all the info! Would that I had any of my dad's WWII stuff. After he passed, we cleaned out the house and 2 items he still had went missing: His photo album - He had lots of great pictures and as I recall the album had an eagle on the cover The Army Song Book - For some reason, I loved that little paper pamphlet. No monetary value, but I sure have fond memories. It looked like this one.
  3. Hello all! New to the forum and here to observe and learn. Over the years, I've collected all sorts of things, including some military items. I've not been in military service (Thank you to all who have served!). However, my dad served in WWII in the signal corps (Pacific Theater). So, no stories from me, but if allowed, I can recount some funny ones he told me before he passed. Here's my dad during his service and I think a decoding machine. Request permission to come aboard, Terri K.
  4. Thanks for the information, but I was more interested in the era and what size. Have to know WHAT it is before how much, right? Are there other indications or information needed to know when these were in use?
  5. Any help appreciated! Hello! I have what I believe to be a Summer weight flight suit / coveralls. However, I have no idea how to date it or even determine the size. The label with that information is completely rubbed away. Here’s what I do knit: Original worn condition - Signs of wear such as minor pulls and fraying Scovill zippers (One pull replaced) Velcro tabs at waist and cuffs Measurements: Shoulder to shoulder: 20.5" Chest (across): 24" Waist (across): 20" Neck to crotch: 34" Sleeve: 22" Waist to cuff: 42" Inseam
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