Vintage WW2 trench shovel. My research indicates this is an AMES US WW2 shovel from around 1944. Identical one showed up on the net. It has rust but still works. The grooved metal ring can be adjusted so the shovel head folds down; and it can fold in a 45 degree angle to use as a hoe. This shovel is almost 28 inches long; green paint on wood handle. Shovel head is 6 inches wide. The markings may be under the rust or just worn off. 3/13brcs
Us Air Force Museum Dayton Oh Souvenir Coffee Mug Cup
Nice Porcelain China Mug decorated with a Star Logo for the Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio. Bright, shiny painted graphics in royal blue and red. Bottom is unmarked, maker unknown. Gently Used. No chips, cracks, crazing, stains, paint or gold wear. Has one small light scratch about 3/8 inch long. A terrific addition to any Mug or United States Air Force collection. Price is for one.
Usmc Us Marines Corps Drinking Glass Tumbler Vintage
United States Military Souvenir, Marine Logo on November 10, 2003 Birthday Ball. Great Militaria Collectible. Clear beer glass, Gold Gilt decorated. Measures 7 1/2 inches tall. No chips or cracks. Light minor usage scratches. Gold is nice.
Antique Wilkinson bayonet with scabbard. Nice condition; marked: Crown symbol GB, (British), 1907 Wilkinson, 7 - 18, [1907 is the patent date] 7 - 18 is the month/year = July 1918 on one side of handle; other side has crown F 29, and crown B, and some other letters and symbols. It is 22.5 long. A great manly man's gift!
Us Army Training Center 1965 Yearbook Fort Leonard Wood
Very nice recruit camp manual for the Military Memoribilia Collector. U.S. Army Training Center Engineer A5. Company C, 4th Battaliion, Company C, Sep to Nov, 1965. Fort Leonard Wood Missouri. Light wear, a few cover dents, rub wear along bottom, small rip and a couple spots on back cover. Very clean. Interior is clean with a couple corner bends, no other noticed damage.