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Actively collecting 7th Armored Division items, groupings, etc. especially anything dealing with CO B, 23rd AIB

"Casualties many; Percentage of dead not known; Combat efficiency; we are winning." - Colonel David M. Shoup

 

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Hello all! Great posts, thank you! This is one of my favorite topics! Pictured below is just a portion of my unis collection. Not included would be a 4th div. marked utility jacket, 4th div. marked M41 field jacket, several sea bags (some painted with unis, some unis marks only), 4 map cases, 2 upper packs, an M1928 cartidge belt, and some others I am sure I have left out. I will try to get those photographed later and get them up. I'd say that 90% of my unis items are named.

 

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IF anyone has anything they would like to sell I am always ready with a fair price - some things I don't have that I would LOVE to add, assault gas mask bag unis marked, poncho unis marked, shelter half unis marked, and a 5th Marine Div. jacket unis marked.

 

Thanks for looking - you guys all have such great stuff!

 

Very best

Bill K.


WTB USMC NAMED GROUPINGS, WWI, WWII (ESPECIALLY 4TH MARINE DIVISION ITEMS) AND UNIS MARKED ITEMS, NAMED INFANTRY DIVISION 4 POCKET CLASS A JACKETS, ESPECIALLY 34th ID AND NAMED GROUPINGS, FIRST SPECIAL SERVICE FORCE ITEMS



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Wow! Great collection, don't you think your being a bit greedy? ;)


A picture is worth a thousand words, so here's a thousand pictures!

"I read that in war bad things happen, Ain't that the ************* truth" -1st Lt Mike Scotti

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello all! Great posts, thank you! This is one of my favorite topics! Pictured below is just a portion of my unis collection. Not included would be a 4th div. marked utility jacket, 4th div. marked M41 field jacket, several sea bags (some painted with unis, some unis marks only), 4 map cases, 2 upper packs, an M1928 cartidge belt, and some others I am sure I have left out. I will try to get those photographed later and get them up. I'd say that 90% of my unis items are named.

 

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IF anyone has anything they would like to sell I am always ready with a fair price - some things I don't have that I would LOVE to add, assault gas mask bag unis marked, poncho unis marked, shelter half unis marked, and a 5th Marine Div. jacket unis marked.

 

Thanks for looking - you guys all have such great stuff!

 

Very best

Bill K.

Wow!! One of the best UNIS collections i've seen! Great stuff!

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Hello all! Great posts, thank you! This is one of my favorite topics! Pictured below is just a portion of my unis collection. Not included would be a 4th div. marked utility jacket, 4th div. marked M41 field jacket, several sea bags (some painted with unis, some unis marks only), 4 map cases, 2 upper packs, an M1928 cartidge belt, and some others I am sure I have left out. I will try to get those photographed later and get them up. I'd say that 90% of my unis items are named.

 

Unis collection.JPG

 

 

IF anyone has anything they would like to sell I am always ready with a fair price - some things I don't have that I would LOVE to add, assault gas mask bag unis marked, poncho unis marked, shelter half unis marked, and a 5th Marine Div. jacket unis marked.

 

Thanks for looking - you guys all have such great stuff!

 

Very best

Bill K.

Wow!! One of the best UNIS collections i've seen! Great stuff!

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Hello all! Great posts, thank you! This is one of my favorite topics! Pictured below is just a portion of my unis collection. Not included would be a 4th div. marked utility jacket, 4th div. marked M41 field jacket, several sea bags (some painted with unis, some unis marks only), 4 map cases, 2 upper packs, an M1928 cartidge belt, and some others I am sure I have left out. I will try to get those photographed later and get them up. I'd say that 90% of my unis items are named.

 

Unis collection.JPG

 

 

IF anyone has anything they would like to sell I am always ready with a fair price - some things I don't have that I would LOVE to add, assault gas mask bag unis marked, poncho unis marked, shelter half unis marked, and a 5th Marine Div. jacket unis marked.

 

Thanks for looking - you guys all have such great stuff!

 

Very best

Bill K.

Wow!! One of the best UNIS collections i've seen! Great stuff!

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Thanks guys, I really appreciate it! Taken me a long time and a lot of $$ to get here nice to hear compliments. I don't post much because I hate to sound like I am bragging or trying to show up other collectors. The collection for me isn't as complete as I would like it but getting there.

 

Best to you all - good hunting!

 

Bill K.


WTB USMC NAMED GROUPINGS, WWI, WWII (ESPECIALLY 4TH MARINE DIVISION ITEMS) AND UNIS MARKED ITEMS, NAMED INFANTRY DIVISION 4 POCKET CLASS A JACKETS, ESPECIALLY 34th ID AND NAMED GROUPINGS, FIRST SPECIAL SERVICE FORCE ITEMS



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Great collection Bill

 

Will add the jacket I have

 

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Great collection Bill

 

Will add the jacket I have

 

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Beautiful, Doyler! ID'd?


***Items from unit called 8th Field Depot***

[Most frequently-sought unit because of family connection]

 

Intact ["out of the woodwork"] Marine Corps combat groups from WWII.

 

Unique items signed by many Marines from one unit, or inscribed with combat history.

 

Marine Corps valor recipient items.

 

Souvenirs taken by Marines with exceptional background and/or unique stories/documentation.

 

Marine Ship Detachment items from major naval engagements and those that warrant stars to ETO ribbon.

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Beautiful, Doyler! ID'd?

 

 

Sort of...looks like a name...cant read it

 

 

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In Memoriam:
Lieutenant J.Kostelec 1-3 First Special Service Force MIA/PD 4 March 1944 Italy
I HAVE SEEN THE ENEMY AND IT IS DAYLIGHT
Forget about the tips..We'll get hell to pay (AC/DC)
"If you cant get out and run with the big dogs then sit on the porch and bark at the cars going by.."

Have you Hugged a Clown Today?

You Cant Get A Sun Tan On The Moon..





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Yikes Ron, that's primo stuff!

 

THank you sir.


In Memoriam:
Lieutenant J.Kostelec 1-3 First Special Service Force MIA/PD 4 March 1944 Italy
I HAVE SEEN THE ENEMY AND IT IS DAYLIGHT
Forget about the tips..We'll get hell to pay (AC/DC)
"If you cant get out and run with the big dogs then sit on the porch and bark at the cars going by.."

Have you Hugged a Clown Today?

You Cant Get A Sun Tan On The Moon..





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Ron -

 

You know I love that tanker! Thanks for posting again so everyone can see a rare bird.

 

Very best,

Bill


WTB USMC NAMED GROUPINGS, WWI, WWII (ESPECIALLY 4TH MARINE DIVISION ITEMS) AND UNIS MARKED ITEMS, NAMED INFANTRY DIVISION 4 POCKET CLASS A JACKETS, ESPECIALLY 34th ID AND NAMED GROUPINGS, FIRST SPECIAL SERVICE FORCE ITEMS



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An old find that I recently rediscovered. If only the name was clear on this riveted lower I could search what unit he was in to decipher the marking. Posted ImagePosted Image

 

 

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Actively collecting 7th Armored Division items, groupings, etc. especially anything dealing with CO B, 23rd AIB

"Casualties many; Percentage of dead not known; Combat efficiency; we are winning." - Colonel David M. Shoup

 

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Pulled all my UNIS stuff out for a group picture the other day, figured I'd post it here and revive this thread.

 

Enjoy!

-Steven

 

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Collector of US Army/USMC M-1 helmets and Field-Gear from WWII.

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Pulled all my UNIS stuff out for a group picture the other day, figured I'd post it here and revive this thread.

 

Enjoy!

-Steven

 

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A great collection! Really displays well like that! Thanks for sharing..

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TBX radio pack with 2nd Battalion 14th Marines UNIS marking.

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This Marine Corps Duffle Bag is named to a Marine who served in WW2 in the South Pacific and again in Korea. He was attached as a Bandsman to the following units in WW2: 35th Provisional Band, 6th Defense Battalion (Special Weapons Group B.), 7th Defense Battalion, (HQ and Service Battery), 3rd AAA Battalion, (Light AA Group), 7th AAA Battalion, (HQ and Service Battery), FMF-PAC, 17th AAA Battalion, (HQ and Service Battery) and during Korea he was attached to the 2nd Marine Division FMF (HQ HQ Battalion). There are two separate UNIS markings both being overlaid with one being a diamond and the other a circle with extensions to each side. In the Red diamond it appears to be a 580 while in the black circle with extensions it appears to be a 3 S G as best as I can make out. Any help as to figuring out which marking went with which unit would be great.

 

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Thomas Schultz

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Here is my modest collection, most of them named.

 

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Always buying USMC named uniforms and unit marked items.




"Life is hard, it's harder if you're stupid"

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My upper and lower marked packs. There is another pack to the right behind the helmet, but it's very lightly marked <302> (3rd MarDiv), so it doesn't show up well in a picture.

 

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Always buying USMC named uniforms and unit marked items.




"Life is hard, it's harder if you're stupid"

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My upper and lower marked packs. There is another pack to the right behind the helmet, but it's very lightly marked <302> (3rd MarDiv), so it doesn't show up well in a picture.

 

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Some lovely pieces Stony !

Well display with lots of eye candy, love the sand bottles also

 

- Dean


"Rise and rise again until lambs become lions."

 

Always looking for ww2 USMC items, helmets and any camo'd items

 

 

"thinking outside of the box"

 

New website

 

https://combatusedmilitaria.com

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My only UNIS marked gear:

 

 

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Mike B. in 'Bama

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