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I have two of these and they are both still in the original brown paper wrappers and tape. Made by the "Everready First Aid Corp., NY, NY" and the address is pre-zip code, so before 1964. I have no idea what is in them, they weigh almost five pounds each and measure 2 1/2" by 8 1/2" by 13". They are marked as a Type II, Size 2 and are being sold at $65 each.
A nice set to one soldier by the name "Washburn". Jacket is size Medium Long, with name and US Army tapes. The pants are around a 30 inch waist and a 28 inch inseam. They have the cargo pockets with tie downs and the legs have the draw strings at the ankle. The set is not mint, but they are not abused either. Just a great look to them.
I have two matching sets of 1943 dated "Lund" emergency snowshoes that are being sold by the pair. Both pair have the leather bindings, are in near mint condition and each set has matching serial numbers. One set is marked "31409" and the other set is "26359". These were carried in the rucksack and were worn when skis could not be used.
A near mint January 1944 Dated Momsen Lung, as used by US Submarine crews for escape purposes. The rubber parts are still as supple as the day it was made. Has all straps, chains with clips and even the nose clamp. This would be the last one you would ever buy, as I don't think you can upgrade this one. How often do you see them come up for sale, in any condition??