These are uniforms not required for my collection.
Note that Canadian postage is more expensive than U.S. postage.
DESCRIPTION & PRICE in CAD (Postage is extra.) PHOTO
FSSF blouse. First Special Service Force. This is a coming home blouse made by cutting down a foyrvpocket jacket into an Ike style blouse. Original FSSF patch with bold white outline as made in Southern France in late 1944. Ruptured Duck patch on right breast (discharged mark). Really Luca collar badges and red-white-blue shoulder cord. Name not known but it came out of Rome, NY and might belong to a veteran from there. A budget way to get one of these uniforms. I have a senior Canadian officer's FSSF uniform so this is now spare. $250 Original late WWII British Commando battledress. Named. Has the triangular patches with the vertical red F-S Fighting Knife on each sleeve. Price to be determined. Original DENISON SMOCK, British made in 1956 (Suez Invasion year.) Correct for the No. 4 (T) and L42A1 sniper rifles. Used, faded somewhat as expected. Cuffs replaced with stretchy socks to keep the wind and cold from blowing up sleeves. Has the tail (crotch strap). Used by Airborne Troops, Commandos and Snipers). All snap and zipper work. Label reads SMOCK DENISON / AIRBORNE TROOPS SIZE 4 / HEIGHT 5 FT 6 INS - 5 FT 8 INS / BREAST 39 INS - 41 INS / GEO. DAYS (?) & CO MCF (?) LTD. / 1956 / /|\
I WOULD PREFER NOT TO SELL THIS BUT I HAVE RECENTLY PURCHASED A LONG BRANCH SNIPER RIFLE and I have a couple of WWII Denison Smocks. The WWII Denison smocks are now quite scarce and expensive with asking prices about $1,400. This 1956 one I am selling for USD $440 or $600 Canadian plus postage.
RARE 1942 U.S. Army uniform for OFFICIAL WAR PHOTOGRAPHER. Named. He served in 1942-1945 and ended up as a Technical Sergeant. He was posted to Pearl Harbor the Pacific (after the attack). A few minor moth holes. Tunic is complete and much of his history is known. Har RARE photographer badge. 3 Garrison caps and shirt that were his. Trousers and tie have been added. My numbers CMS2099 - 2103 & 2105- 2106 $350 CAD U.S. Army belt with parachute oval and parachute wings with "511" on top. This was for the U.S. 511th Parachute Infantry Regiment. Buckle is marked SOLID BRASS MADE IN USA. The Late Dr. Bill Windrum was a Lieutenant in the 511 P.I.R. in the U.S. 11th Airborne Division on Occupation Duty in Japan just after WWII. Note that the parachute badge is not a real one as it has the 511 on top. Bill Windrum Collection $30 Beret, brown, officer's private purchase, missing label. Fitted with what is thought to be a replica Long Range Desert Group Cap ( LRDG L.R.D.G. ) badge. No history known. Normally they would wear a black beret. Purchased at a gun show in British Columbia. Badge appears to have been on the beret for a long time. My number CMS0973 $180 Ski mitts, British 1941 Army Issue. Joined by cloth trip which goes through sleeves to join the mitts to prevent a catastrophic loss in winter. New Old Stock. Storage wear. Markings stamped on leather INSIDE. $30 Maroon beret, British, Private purchase? Post-WWII but old. With an old King's Crown South Staffordshire cap badge with khaki backing. My # CMS1313. $60 Beret, maroon (Airborne) Canadian Size 7-1/4 Dorothea Knitting Mills POST-WWII With WWII style SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGT. King's Crown cap badge with slider tang. This unit had a battalion at Arnhem. They landed by glider. Great for re-enacting. My number CMS1100 $50 British Columbia Provincial Police (BCPP) brown tunic with brass BCPP buttons. Very well worn. BCPP were formed in 1858, argued with the Texas Rangers as to which was the first to be found, disbanded in 1950 and most members were absorbed by the Royal Canadian Mounted police. CONDITION: FAIR only. Frayed, some moth damage. No collar badges. No shoulder brass. One front button is off but with the tunic. No name. No date but between 1927 and 1950 for sure. VERY RARE! My number CMS1812 $200 Winter windbreaker / skijacket. Has U.S. Bronze Star ribbons sewn on in "V" shapes, presumably "V" for victory. The ribbon is also the colours of the Norwegian flag. It is likely that the wearer was a Norwegian or of Norwegian descent, NAMED to Cpl. S. L. Coglwell (aka Cagsell) of the Kiska Task Force, Eighth Service Command, 10th Mountain Division. Technician. His dress tunic with insignia sold of eBay Nov. 17 2011. That tunic has an embroidered Kiska patch on it. The ribbon on the back is silk and is laddering (disintegrating). My number CMS1260 $85 REPRODUCTION WWII U.S. Paratrooper jump suit. Size 38. Used for re-enacting. Insignia removed. Sold to me for $500 as an original set in good faith by a fellow collector. I checked the label first. Sadly it was fake. 🙁 Made by "S. M. Wholesale" and falsely marked as being made in 1943. (I HATE that as it is forgery/fakery. I have now marked the label as REPLICA and the trousers too. The uniform has a greenish rather that light brown tint to it. Some snaps are beginning to tear loose. $100 U.S. TIGER STRIPE uniform - POST-VIETNAM. As worn by Special Forces etc. Hat, shirt and trousers. Hat size 7-1/4 Hat, Sun, Hot Weather Type II NATO stock number. Excellent condition. Shirt is extra large. White label in shirt says MADE IN USA and X-LARGE. Shirt may or may not be military issue. Trousers have U.S.
military label. Size LARGE-REGULAR Inseam 29-1/2" to 32". Waist 35 to 39. For sale as a set only. I have been told by a veteran that this is not early Vietnam issue as that had simple markings. My numbers CMS2512 to CMS2514 $250 shipped in Canada
REPLICA WWII summer uniform, Canadian. For person 6'4" and about 200 lbs. Tunic and trousers and belt. As worn in Canada in WWII. $75