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


MISC49- 1890s enlisted dress frock coat. Very nice condition frock with federal buttons. Infantry trimmings. No mothing or other damage. It has some minor dirt stains on it where I displayed it with a belt and helmet. It is named to a soldier in “Co.I, 3rd Regt.” Also has a marksman badge. All the trim is nice and all buttons are present. Healthy size too, measuring 39 inches around the chest.

--$349—


MISC50- - An 1890s infantry helmet and waist belt. Helmet is in good condition with correct buttons and plate with silver “1” on the shield. The spike appears to be glued into the fitting. The sweatband is brittle so I do not know if it is dated. The belt is quite supple and has the sliding belt keeper. Buckle is nice.

--SOLD--


MISC51- -1895 US Army enlisted service cap. In great overall condition with a worn spot on the back and grazing on the visor. Correct chinstrap and a great 24th Infantry insignia on the front. and a great 24th Infantry insignia on the front. The 24th & 25th Infantry regiments were two of only four all African-American Regiments. The other two being the 9th and 10th Cavalry. All four regiments were referred to as "the Buffalo Soldiers".

--$325--


MISC73-Nice pattern 1902 cavalry NCO’s visor cap. Private purchase with correct chinstrap and insignia for the 8th US cavalry. No problems with this cap at all. Getting very hard to find anymore.

--SOLD—


MISC74- 1902 NCO dress cap for a Signal Corps soldier. Depot marked and in very good condition. The 1902 NCO insignia is hard to find and in excellent condition. The visor has the usual rippling and grazing but is firmly attached. Correct chinstrap. The sweatband is loose in places but clearly marked. A nice, hard to find original cap.

--$345--


WW10-- WW1 33rd Division uniform complete with tunic, breeches, overseas cap and leggings. Tunic is in very nice condition. Has a couple of small, pencil tip sized moth nips. Has US and Artillery Battery “C” discs as well as a very nice 33rd Division SSI. No overseas stripes or rank. Tag is unreadable but the tunic is a size 38 or more. Displayed on a size 36 mannequin. Breeches are a bit different in color but all buttons are there as are the laces. There are a couple of snags here and there. Cap is British that saw post war use as a US ROTC cap. In good condition. Leggings are the 1904 style and also retain the original laces. A very nice set.

--$179 —


WW65- Very hard to find USN Commander/Captain service cap. In very good condition with solid visor and wonderful gold bullion. Fits a Styrofoam head well. While the sweatband is gone the rest of the cap is undamaged and has great form. These are quite hard to find.

--$325—


WW135-Minty pair of 1919 dated USMC canvas leggings. These appear almost unused. Correct , metal tipped laces and well marked. Named in typical USMC style. Hard to find .

--$55—


AW11-Awesome Army Air corps set. Crusher cap (the reaal deal), shirt, tie and converted 4 pocket officer’s jacket. All is very displayable condition. Nice 9th USAF SSI, sterling pilot wings and 1st Lieutenant rank insignia with a 3 ribbon bar. The jacket fits a size 36 mannequin. It is somewhat difficult to button but looks great for display. No name.

--$275--


AW65- West Point (USMA) cadet sword named to Thomas L. Sherburne, Jr. Sherburne graduated in 1928 and became an artillery officer. In WW2 he served as the Division Artillery Commander for the 101st Airborne Division. During the Korean War he served as the Commanding General of 1st Corps Artillery and then in 1956 he became the Commanding General of the 101st Airborne Division. He retired in 1960 as a Major General and died in 1986. This sword has his name on the blade and is in excellent condition with the scabbard.

--PENDING SALE AT $274—


Item 2W22-US Navy “Talkers” helmet in outstanding condition with liner. No dents or major scrapes on this.

--$99--


Item 2W23-WW2 Canadian “tortious shell” helmet. In excellent condition with liner. The chinstrap has become stretched and loose. The liner is loose and needs to be reattached but is in excellent shape. Could be a replacement.

--$75—


HG50-Cavalry/Armor officer’s dress blue visor cap. Made by Luxemburg, this hat is in excellent condition. All the trim is bullion. The cap badge is hallmarked to Luxemburg. Size tag is 7¼. An awesome cavalry/Armor officer cap.

--$135--


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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