Listed here are the new items added to the website this month. This represents just a small portion of items I have listed for sale. Be sure to check out my other web pages for other military uniforms and equipment.

For sale items, check the sites below.

For pre-WW1 US Army uniform items go to: THE COLONEL'S CACHE Pre-WW1 PAGE

For WW1 US Army uniform items take a look at: THE COLONEL'S CACHE WW1 PAGE

For WW1 US insignia and chevrons visit: THE COLONEL'S CACHE WW1 Insignia PAGE

For 1919 thru WW2 and miscellaneous items take a look at: THE COLONEL'S CACHE Post-WW1 PAGE

For Post-WW1 US Headgear, go to: THE COLONEL'S CACHE Post WW1 Headgear PAGE

For WW2 US Army field gear see: THE COLONEL'S CACHE WW2 BLOWOUT PAGE

Interested in an item? Email me at: rgkay@garlic.com


CW30- Civil War Union Mounted Artillery Uniform (reproduction). This is an older manufacture and in excellent used condition. No rips, tears, stains or odors. Jacket is a size 38R and the trousers are 32x31.

--$65—


MISC05- Pair of Coast Artillery officer shoulder knots. Absolutely beautiful set of 1st LT paddles, Coast Artillery. Only worn 2 years. Sweet applied CAC device and bullion 1lt insignia. Made by M.C. Lilley, there are no issues with these at all. No rips, tears, stain or moth damage. Wonderful eagle buttons with “A” in the shield. Nicest set I have ever owned.

--$425—


MISC07- Nice pair of early 1900s First lieutenant shoulder boards. Made by S.N.Meyer, these have blue wool field with silver bullion rank. In nice condition with no loose wires.

--$149—


MISC53- Pattern 1895 USA officer's forage cap. Exc. condition except for minor fraying on the mohair band in spots. Nicely maker marked, "Horstmann" and the Horstmann logo.

--$299—


MISC54-Pattern 1895 USA officer's forage cap. This one is the "floppy crown" style with no stiffining. Beautiful applied bullion eagle and eagle side buttons. Exc. condition except for a replaced vent gromet. Very nice officer cap.

--$299—


MISC55- Pattern 1902 US Army EM's blue wool full dress cap with artillery band with gilt, screw back device for the 1st Field Artillery regiment. Has a beautiful bell crown body with no defects. Complete with the correct chin strap and side buttons. Sweatband appears to have been reattached.

--$275—


MISC56- Pattern 1907 USA officer's OD wool service cap. Minor mothing on the front near the eagle, but otherwise exc. and complete. Nicely maker marked.

--$275—


MISC113-45-70 bayonet and scabbard. Model 1873 bayonet in very nice condition. Some rust but lots of blue left. Clear US. Fits on a rifle with no issues. Good scabbard with leather frog.

--$129—


WW02- Wool enlisted artilleryman’s tunic. Nice coat dated 1918. Has one moth hole on the bottom front. No other damage or stains. Fully lined with soldier’s initials. Has US and FA collar discs. Comes with a nice, original WW1 campaign hat. This has the 5 rows of stitching around the brim. Has the sweatband as well. Shoelace chin-tie. Shows use and wear. Marked as a size 7. Tunic is displayed on a size 38 mannequin.

--$165--


WW63-Complete USN Machinist Mate’s “crackerjack” uniform. Coms with the jumper with a shield shaped rate and an overseas stripe as well as the trousers. Has the flat hat with USS COLHOUN talley and the very hard to find white dixie cup cap. The jumper also has the black scarf. Every pieces of the uniform is named to D.C.L.Witte. A very nice and complete uniform for a serviceman who was active in the Atlantic during the war.

--$225—


WW100-Nice named map case as carried by NCOs and officers. No government depot markings. This one is named but I could not find anything on the man. This canvas case is in very good condition. All the snaps work. The plastic cover for the map display is not cracked but the plastic has separated from one side on the two side pieces. A map can still fit in and be displayed though. Great field gear item for display.

--$99—


WW155-1907 British Enfield bayonet and scabbard. Both items blemish free. Bayonet re-dated 7/17. Scabbard dated ’45.

--$149—


AW02-M2-10A1-6 Lightweight Optical Gas Mask -Korean War. This is in excellent condition. Dated 1953 and made by Firestone. These masks are hard to find. Fewer were made as they were for soldiers who needed to use optical equipment. Tank commanders, snipers, spotters, and officers. Comes with a WW2 style bag that has had a strap removed.

--$125--


AW38-- Vietnam era Class “A” coat for a Command Sergeant Major. I suspect it is a “put-together” set. Lots of goodies on this: CIB w/star, RVN jump wings w/palm, US jump wings w/combat jump star, purple heart w/olc, ARCOM w/V and Air Medal w/V and olc. Special Forces SSI and a load of service stripes. Parts alone are worth the price.

--$69--


2W01-Silk Army Air Force map. This is for the Timor and Java . Each side has 2 maps. C-22 and C-23. Some edge fraying but no rips, tears or stains. Great AAC display item.

--$40—


Be sure to check out my other web pages for other military uniforms and equipment.

For sale items, check the sites below.

For pre-WW1 US Army uniform items go to: THE COLONEL'S CACHE Pre-WW1 PAGE

For WW1 US Army uniform items take a look at: THE COLONEL'S CACHE WW1 PAGE

For WW1 US insignia and chevrons visit: THE COLONEL'S CACHE WW1 Insignia PAGE

For 1919 thru WW2 and miscellaneous items take a look at: THE COLONEL'S CACHE Post-WW1 PAGE

For Post-WW1 US Headgear, go to: THE COLONEL'S CACHE Post WW1 Headgear PAGE

For WW2 US Army field gear see: THE COLONEL'S CACHE WW2 BLOWOUT PAGE

Interested in an item? Email me at: rgkay@garlic.com



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