US Uniforms

United States Army World War I doughboy khaki cotton breeches

174USU1 - United States Army World War I "doughboy" khaki cotton breeches worn for the Victory Parade held in Minneapolis, MN. 1919. Near mint condition having no holes or tears. Complete with original laces. Interior displays small flag with note. $125. More Photos

U.S. Marine Corps WWI era enlisted dress blues including coat, trousers and visor hat

169USU4 - U.S. Marine Corps WWI era enlisted dress blues including coat, trousers and visor hat. This set, nearly 100 years old, is in excellent condition displaying very light age and wear. Mothing is minimal being evident near the front hem. The interior waistline of the trousers is marked QUARTERMATERS DEPARTMENT U.S. MARINE CORPS 1915-1916. The hat is the short brim kepi style with red capband trim. The Marine Corps Eagle & Globe insignia is correct for the period. $400 More Photos

U.S. Army WWII Staff Sergeant Ike jacket of the 26th Infantry Regiment

169USU5 - U.S. Army WWII Staff Sergeant "Ike jacket" of the 26th Infantry Regiment of 1 Infantry Division ( The Big Red 1). This Iike features the DI of the 26th and a bullion Combat Infantry badge. tHE 26th , or Blue Spaders, led the first amphibious assault landing in North Africa, fought at Kasserine Pass, Sicily and Normandy. Set completed with the enlisted infantry with 26th DI sidecap and trousers size 29. waist x 32 inseam. $150 More Photos

U.S. Army Big Red 1, 18th Rgt. PFC Military Police Ike jacket

169USU3 - U.S. Army "Big Red 1", 18th Rgt. PFC Military Police Ike jacket with Nurnburg trial collar insignia. This PFC Ike jacket saw a lot of history having been awarded the Combat Infantryman's badge and Purple Heart. Also evident is the European Theater ribbon with oak leaves clusters. This theater-made set includes the jacket with buttons replaced with a zippered front and trousers. More Photos

U.S. ARMY 29th Div. PFC combat infantryman's Ike jacket with trousers

169USU1 - U.S. ARMY 29th Div. PFC combat infantryman's Ike jacket with trousers. This issued set features decoration's that include the Combat Infantry badge and Purple Heart. Serving with the 29th Division he saw extensive action in the European Theater of Operations. $150. More Photos

U.S. Army 1880's era Captain's artillery frock coat

169USU2 - U.S. Army 1880's era Captain's artillery frock coat. Coat is in excellent condition. - $900. More Photos

World War II U.S. Army 101st Airborne Ike jacket for a technical sergeant

161USU1 - World War II U.S. Army 101st Airborne "Ike" jacket for a technical sergeant and olive drab wool trousers. The jacket features the ssi of the 101st "Screaming Eagles". All insignia is original to the set. $500. More Photos

World War II U.S. Army Air Corps Navigator officer Ike jacket with all bullion insignia

161USU2 - World War II U.S. Army Air Corps Navigator officer Ike jacket with all bullion insignia including rare 8th Air Force SSI, officer's crusher cap and set of "pink" wool gabardine trousers . $700. More Photos

U.S. Army Air Corps officers short tailor made

159USU1 - U.S. Army Air Corps officers short tailor made " Ike" jacket with bullion major's rank insignia with overseas cap and "pink" wool trousers. This dark olive drab short jacket features a bullion oak leaf on each epaulette . The collar insignia is the standard brass U.S. and winged propeller. The SSI on the left sleeve is bullion signifying the USAAF also in bullion. The jacket's interior is silk lined and displays the SACO, Philadelphia tailor's label. Accompanying the jacket is a pair of "pink" gabardine wool straight leg trousers. Approximate size 34x 28 inches. The ensemble is completed with an officer's "pink" overseas cap also displaying a bullion major's rank insignia with scallop officer's trim.. The cap's interior is tailor marked "EAGLE UNIFORM SUPPLIES, NEW YORK size 6 3/4. -$650. More Photos

U.S. Army paratroop jump jacket

159USU2 - U.S. Army paratroop jump jacket. The army paratrooper jump jacket was first adopted in December 1941. The olive drab heavy cotton four pocket jacket is wind and water resistant. The four large billowed pockets allowed for greater room for equipment that accompanied the paratrooper. The jacket is belted with a heavy cotton belt. Over the left breast is a name tag with the name "Emmons". On the left upper sleeve is the SSI for the 13th Airborne Division. The right sleeve displays the SSI of the unit..The interior displays several faded ink stampes.$1500. More Photos

Very rare United States Army Air Corps pre-WWII tunic with Airship Pilot Wings and cap

156US2 - Very rare United States Army Air Corps pre-WWII tunic with Airship Pilot Wings and cap. The four pocket Army service blouse features the rare Airship Pilot Wings in bullion with a pin-back over the left breast pocket. Also displayed is a marksman's medal and World War I Victory medal with the campaign bar for France. On each of the lower lapels is a bullion U.S. with wings indicating attachment to the U.S. Army Air Service. On each should is a set of bullion "rairoad tracks" for the rank of captain. The belted tunic was tailor ordered at " The Cadet Shop", West Point. The tunic's size is approximately 40. $3,000 More Photos

Rare U.S. Army service blouse named to Major General Edmund Hill

155USU1 - Rare U.S. Army service blouse named to Major General Edmund Hill with Special Envoy to Russia shoulder insignia. Major General Edmund Hill, born April 26, 1896, entered the U.S. Army as a second lieutenant after attending MIT on August 9, 1917. During the remainder of the war, Lt. Hill underwent infantry training at Leavenworth, Kansas, San Francisco, California and finally at Camp Hill, Virginia in December 1918. Following assignment in Germany , in 1921 he was assigned to Ross Field, California where he underwent training as a student at the Army Balloon School. In December 1921 he became Secretary of the Balloon School there. In February 1922 he transferred from the infantry to the Air Service. General Hill eventually transferred to the Air Service in 1927. During the interim years before the outbreak of WWII, Edmund Hill's career path lead him to Commanding General of Bolling Field, Washington D.C. until 1941. During World War II he commanded the U.S. Army Air Corps in North Ireland. General Hill was in command of air operations at the Yalta and Potsdam conferences and setup the USAAF in Berlin. Eventually, General Hill served as Ccommanding General of USAAF in Russia in 1945. He also served as coordinator of the inter-American Defense Board before he retired. His decorations - the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster, Bronze Star and Air Medal. This olive drab belted four pocket service blouse features all bullion insignia including the two stars on each shoulder, the US lapel insignia and the command pilot wings over the three rows of ribbons signifying his decorations. On the left shoulder is the very rare Russian envoy ssi. Inside the coat is the U.S. Army Quartermaster label and Major General Hills hand-written name. Rare. $2500. More Photos

Very rare MARS TASK FORCE veteran's  commemorative field jacket

134USU1 - Very rare MARS TASK FORCE veteran's commemorative field jacket. This exceptional U.S. Army offering features the extremely rare and collectible MARS TASK FORCE shoulder sleeve insignia ( ssi). The field made jacket displays the veteran's Combat Infantry Badge and a ribbon bar. Above the CCB is the continuation of the list on the opposite chest area that shows the various postings of the MARS TASK FORCE. The right upper sleeve displays the extremely rare ssi. On the left sleeve is a theater made CBI ( China Burma India ) ssi. Inside the front placket are written the names, ranks and home cities of where the veteran's friends and unit members lived in Hawaii. The back of the jacket displays a multi-piece constructed leather " Blood Chit". Very rare. $2500. More Photos

U.S. Army Air Service sergeant's M17 tunic, breeches and overseas cap with whistle and trench art

1111US-U1 - U.S. Army Air Service sergeant's M17 tunic, breeches and overseas cap with whistle and trench art. This uniform ensemble features scalloped patch breast and hip pockets, single line stitching along the sleeve bottoms, stand-up collar with grommets for attaching the collar service discs, coarse brown wool, five eagle button front closure, two hook collar closure and shoulder epaulettes. The interior is lined with tan cotton. The collar has the remnants of its original manufacturer's tag and another remnant tag is found along the bottom hem. On the right upper sleeve are the three stripes indicating sergeant's rank. On the upper left sleeve is the shoulder sleeve insignia of the 3rd ( aviation unit ? ) below which is the red honorable discharge chevron and below that two service chevrons ( six months each ). On the right collar is the aviation disc indicating his Air Service assignment and on the left collar is the round U.S. Army disc. All buttons for the pockets and front closure and epaulettes display the U.S. Army eagle insignia. Attached to the second button hole is a chained brass service whistle. The well-preserved tunic has no mothing, holes or stains. Found inside the lower left hip pocket is an item of "trench art". This letter opener, made of brass, depicts a rifle round with soldered wings with the initials "AS" etched on the bullet. The enlisted overseas cap displays the U.S. Army aviation disc. The top center fold has three neat stitches that gather the top to display a "gaunty" look common for that period. The interior displays the maker's tag that reads, " Size 7 FRANK P. HEID & CO. September10, 1918 Contract o. 6185-p" stitched along the cotton sweatband. The model 1917 breeches feature two front slash pochets along with a watch pocket. The seat also displays two slash pockets. There is the original web belt that was issued with the pants. Each pant leg ends with a double row of nine (9) grommets for lacing the breeches. Along each pant leg is a seam where the leg was opened for better fit. There is very minor mothing on the front and seat areas. This mothing does not detract. The interior waistline is lined with cream cotton fabric. The maker's tag once sewn to the pocket has given-way to age. An original and rare World War I U.S. Army Air Service uniform. $1250. More Photos

U.S. Army Air Service Lieutenant's tailor made M17 tunic, breeches and overseas cap

1111US-U2 - U.S. Army Air Service Lieutenant's tailor made M17 tunic, breeches and overseas cap. This historic uniform ensemble features deep patch breast and hip pockets, stand-up collar with grommets for attaching the collar service discs, officer grade brown wool fabric, five eagle buttons front closure, two hook collar closure and shoulder epaulettes displaying bullion lieutenant's rank bars. One of the bullion bars displays an old glue repair. The interior is lined with tan cotton. On the upper left sleeve is the shoulder sleeve insignia of the Army Air Service sewn in multi-piece construction. Below that are three service chevrons ( six months each ) indicating time in service. On each upright collar is the U.S. Army and Army Air Service insignia. Over the left breast pocket is the very rare U.S. Army Air Service pilot's wings. These are multi-piece constructed and pin-on. All buttons for the pockets and front closure and epaulettes display the U.S. Army eagle insignia. The tunic has minor mothing but is in overall excellent condition. The French made officer's overseas cap displays the officers cut-out U.S. Army insignia. The exterior has no mothing or stains and is in excellent condition. The unmarked interior is lined with a leather sweatband and gold silk. The model 1917 breeches feature two front slash pochets along with a watch pocket. The fly is secured with 5 U.S. Army marked metal buttons. The seat also displays two slash pockets. Each pant leg ends with a double row of nine (9) grommets for lacing the breeches. There is no mothing on the front and seat areas. The interior waistline is lined with cream cotton fabricand is marked U-102. The maker's tag once sewn to the pocket has given-way to age. A very rare World War I U.S. Army Air Service pilot's uniform. $1450. More Photos

Children's WWI Army tunic, breeches and belt

1111US-U3 - Children's WWI Army tunic, breeches and belt. This rare offering was made for a child by the OZARK GARMENT MNFG. , CO. , Chicago. This special order uniform was made for a boy whose father probably served in the Army. The tunic features four scalloped breast and hip pockets with detachable eagle buttons. These buttons match the five buttons front closure. The tunic is made of khaki drill material. The tunic displays areas having loss of dye due to laundering. The interior displays the OZARK maker's label. The matching breeches feature a two button fly with 'OZARK" metal dish buttons. The breeches display wear but have no serious distractions. The belt is cotton cloth having a claw buckle. Rare. $150. More Photos

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0811US-U1 - United States Army Air Corps Blood Chit. This leather Blood Chit features a multi-piece construction Chinese flag over a separately machine-attached white field. Printed on the white field in Chinese characters are words that translate to read "I am an American flyer" with a reward being offered for aid and safe return. This Blood Chit would be sewn to the inside or back side of an aircrew member's flight jacket. The chit is serial numbered "8901". Rare example. $350. More Photos

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079US-U6 - U.S. Army Air Corps named captain's tunic. This tunic features all bullion rank insignia and bombardier wings. This coat is named to Captain L.B. Edwards. He must have seen a lot of action according to his ribbons that show 4 battle stars and 5 oak leaf clusters. Most outstanding of the medals awarded to Captain Edwards is the ribbon indicating the Distinguished Flying Cross. Captain Edwards served with the 9th Air Force. There is a tailor's label with Edwards' name in the inside breast pocket. It is dated 11/12/42 This tailor-made tunic is in excellent condition and comes with its original belt. $900. More Photos

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