WTS: WWII & Postwar Ike Jackets

Living History / Reenacting uniforms, field gear, and equiptment, Wanted, For Sale (NO EBAY ITEMS) or Trade.
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WTS: WWII & Postwar Ike Jackets

Post by carbinekid » Wed Mar 14, 2018 5:23 pm

Prices do not include shipping. I accept paypal or usps money orders for payment. Thanks for looking!

- 5th Army/North Africa Command: Very pretty jacket! Excellent condition. Named in the collar, but I have not researched it. Beautiful direct embroidered bullion meritorious unit citation and overseas bars on the sleeves. Nice bright 5th Army and North Africa Command patches along with SGT stripes. Also notice that the GI wanted a sharper look so he had it tailored a bit and had the waist adjustment tabs removed. $50.00
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- Custom Converted Ike Jacket: This is a very neat piece. It is a converted 4-pocket tunic to Ike configuration. It was done really nicely! Not named but has laundry numbers. Nice bullion overseas bars and beautiful AAF specialist striker. No SSI but there is a definite round patch ghost. No damage or mothing. $40.00
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- German Made Ike Jacket & Pants: This is an excellent quality set. Both jacket and pants are German made. I didn't get the pants and jacket together, just paired them that way due to being German. No mothing or damage. The pants are a darn big size and seem to be unworn. Patches and insignia are original to the jacket. $40.00
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Re: WTS: WWII & Postwar Ike Jackets

Post by Rustman » Thu Mar 15, 2018 7:13 am

Oh I like that AAF cut down tunic! Don't hold it for me. But if I don't blow all my money at a show Saturday I'll be in touch.

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