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  1. Thanks manayunkman! I believes the cellophane is original when he bought them Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Anybody have any idea on the origins of the patch. It came with a bullion CBI patch as well Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hi I recently got this in a grouping from an aviator that flew Panthers off the Kearsarge in the Korean War. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hi I am the owner of the cover. The objections to its authenticity had to do with the lack of little slivers of base fabric tan color not being present between camo splotches, in specific the dark green and brown splotches. In general, I pick a piece of camo up in hand, look at it, and its usually obvious. All these details are interesting tho
  5. i think i would be heading back to the shop to see if there is anything else from the estate sale, even track down other buyers if possible.
  6. this smock looks original. has a repro ever been made of these?
  7. super piece! mind if i ask where the agm auction can be found? woody
  8. btw- are the laces wwii period, or do you know a good place to get those? woody
  9. Bryan- cool boots, nice cat's paw soles, some of which are pretty desirable in the vintage market. what is really unusual is the exposed stitching on the welt, very unusual for US boots of the period. woody
  10. Bryan- where to start? they are all super. do you think the black stencil number on the mint one is a serial number or some manufacturer stamp? woody
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