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These all came out of the same house and they are sold at $450 each, or take all three pieces for $1250. #1 Nice set of Luftwaffe Channel Boots, wool lined, "WICo" & "Ro" marked zippersthat work, looks like original soles & heels, leather is supple and has a great look, approx size 10 or 11>, no other markings. #2 Nice dark brown or black leather flight jacket, "RITSCH" zipper that works, leather is still supple, but could use a leather conditioner, tan lining with Luftwaffe blue in the sleeves and inside pocket, about a medium size. #3 Nice looking leather channel pants, in a medium size, has seen use, but the leather is very supple, fly has one snap and the rest buttons, two rear & two front pockets and has a dark lining. The jacket and pants have no other markings,so I'm thinking they were private purchase. A great set that one vet brought back.
It measures 9" overall and is solid brass construction. It has the 1st Division patch on the front of the handle and cross rifles wit 18 and A on the reverse side. The blade is marked on obverse side, France, Belgium, Germany, Czecho-Slovakia and on the reverse side of the blade, Algeria, Tunisia, Sicily.
This grouping is to Raymond F. Craley, Jr. of Dover, Pa. who was a Marine with six years service during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Included are his family photo album with photo's of his dad during WW2 and other family members. The dog tags are interesting, as there are two sets, one set listing him as Jewish and the other set as No Preference. All for one money.
Great looking hard cover book, many pages filled with text and photo rosters and Camp photo's. This is at Camp Gordon, Ga. The book measures 11 1/2" by 9" bu 1 1/4" and has some weight to it. The front cover has a couple wrinkles at the top, but they do not affect the book's integrity, as the pages are not affected.