Original WWII U.S. Marine Group
"U.S. Marine Uniform - Battle of Okinawa, Peleliu"
THIS IS A NICE UNIFORM - In great battle used condition
This is a U.S. Marine uniform as would of been worn in the battle of Okinawa or Peleliu. This is a great uniform that was used in the Pacific theater of operations in WWII. The grouping consists of the following: 1). His 1941 green utility jacket, herringbone twill, with Marine buttons. Three flapless pockets with "USMC" on upper left pocket. 2). His 1941 green utility herringbone twill trousers. 3). His cartridge belt. 4). Marine suspenders. 5). Marked "U.S.M.C." dated "1943" machete scabbard. 6). USMC machete, manufactured marked "True Temper U.S. 1944". 7). Bayonet dated "1917" marked " RIA US". 8). USMC shovel entrenching tool with marine unit markings. 9). USMC canteen and cover. 10). Helmet - early fixed bale, front seam, lot No. 244, with Westinghouse liner, ID'd to Capt. Lassar. 11). USMC camouflage cover. 12). Marine leggings, six grommets.
The M1 Grand is a nice replica that is included with this group at no charge. (See our Military Weapons and Armament for original demilled weapon to add an original to this collection).
This is a real nice complete grouping of a U.S. Marine soldier in WWII, early to mid war uniform. Great display, would look good in any collection or museum.
NOTE: THE MANNEQUIN IS FOR DISPLAY ONLY AND NOT PART OF THE GROUP.