Korean War Era Items
In excellent to mint condition, I have four different styles of rayon Blood Chits, for use during the Korean War and into Vietnam. They are marked XM-51-1 (European), XM-51-2 (Far East), XM-51-3 (USSR and Satellites) and XM-60-1 (Latin America). They are sold at $30 each, or take 4 different ones for $100. I have a number of each to make several sets of four.
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.
I'm selling these at two for one money, as you will then be able to frame them to see both sides at same time. I have three sets of two at $30 a set. Excellent condition and are actual period pieces. They state for UN Soldiers to give good treatment to Chinese or North Korean soldiers desiring to cease fighting, by Mark W. Clark.
I bought this little grouping at one of the local auctions. It is to a William D. Daniels of Sunbury, Pa. that trained at Indiantown Gap Military Reservation during 1952. Included in this grouping are his 1946 Sunbury HS yearbook and a large photo of him and a bunch of other young men leaving the Sunbury RR Station on their way into the military, A super looking book from Indiantown Gap that has him training with the 2nd Battalion, 10th Infantry Regiment of the 5th Division, plus a box of medals and a ring marked "Korea" that came with the books. This should be a nice research project for someone.