The printed Quartermaster information is faded on the jacket. I do not know what the size of the jacket is. The liner has a 1951 date on the faded Quartermaster information. I can't read the size on the liner faded Quartermaster information. The liner has dirt stains, and rip damage from use.
There is a seperat M-1943 Jacket Hood, that can also be used on the M-1951 jackets. The hood has a damaged Quartermaster tag. There are some Trousers Shell Field M-1951 that are dated 1951. The Trousers Shell Field M-1951 are size Long Medium. They have Liner, Trousers Field M-1951 that are dated 1952.
The Trousers Liner is size Large Regular. The Trousers Shell and Liner are sun faded, have dirt stains, and some rip hole damage. There are some M-1951 Trigger Finger Mittens that are dated 1952, and are size large. There is a M-1951 Wool Shirt that is size Medium. The Quartermaster date information is gone.
There are some M-1951 Wool pants that are dated 1953, and are size Long Medium. There are two M-1950 elastic suspenders. One is older Korean War vintage, and one is 1979 dated. There is a Cap Field Pile that is dated 1953, and is size 6 3/4.
There is a M-1951 Cap that is dated 1953, and is size 7. The visor brim has a lot of rip damage, and is falling apart. There is a M-1942 Cargo Pocket Herring Bone Twill fatigue shirt. Shirt has a Second Division unit patch, and some M-1952 Corporal rank patches.The WW2 era shirt is missing the Korean War era U. ARMY" tape, but has the Korean War era name tape "HIBBEN. Shirt has rip damage to the cuffs. As well as other rip hole damage. It has a size tag with a "36R" size marking.
I believe the gas flap has been cut out of the WW2 era H. There is also a 1947 dated Fatigue Shirt, that is size small.
The 1947 Fatigue Shirt has 1950s era U. ARMY tape, and a 1950s era name tape.The 1947 dated Fatigue Shirt has a set of M-1952 Coporal rank patches, and a Second Division unit patch. There are also 4 Summer tan khaki shirts. One of the Summer tan khaki shirts has had all the printed Quartermaster information fade away. The other Summer tan khaki shirts are dated 1952. These are Officer grade shirts with shoulder epithets, but they have M-1952 Corporal rank patches. One Summer tan khaki shirt is missing the unit patch, and the rest have Second Division unit patches. One Summer tan khaki shirt still has a faded "15 1/2 X 32" size marking. The other Summer tan khaki shirts are missing the printed size information, it has faded away. There are some M-1938 Spat Leggings, that are size 4. The date information on the spat l eggings have faded away.
There is a M-1936 Pistol Belt that is dated 1943. There is a M-1910 Canteen. The canteen cover has faded markings. The canteen and canteen cup are both dated 1943. There are also three M-1950 Summer tan khaki flat caps that are dated 1951.The three flat caps are size 7 3/8. All these items are old, and in Used Condition with wear damage from use. There are some WW2 era 1940s era items. Most of the items are Early 1950s Korean War era items. Many of these items are Model 1951 design. There is one M-1950 suspender that is dated 1979.
I only had one Korean war era trouser suspender, and threw in the 1979 dated suspender to make there a set of suspenders. These items have sun fading, faded markings, damaged Quartermaster tags, rip hole damage, moth hole damage, expect there to be moth hole damage, missing buttons, missing snaps, frayed cuffs, frayed collars, scratches, paint loss, oxidation to the metal parts, crumbling hat brims that are falling apart, Soldier name and number markings, missing patches, etc. Old things that got used decades ago in a war tend to be falling apart relics. Time slowly destroys old things.These all weigh around 35 Pounds LBS. They will fit in a box that is around 16 Inches, by 16 Inches, by 23 Inches in size. The Ike Jacket has the same soldier military number marking as on the shirts, and some of the hats, "H-4624". This Ike Jacket is dated 1950, and is size 40R. The Ike jacket has the same patches as the 1952 dated shirts.
There are some more flat caps, which some also have the "H-4624" soldier number. The flat caps have moth hole damage. The Ike Jacket has some Korean War era medal ribbons, a Sterling marked Marksman shooting badge, and some collar disks.
There are also some 1952 dated pants that are size regular medium. There is also a trouser waste belt. Expect the jacket and pants to have moth hole damage. The items with the same "H-4624" soldier number definitely belonged to the same soldier.For Legal reasons, the items in this listing are stated as "Used Condition". What is a "Used Condition" item? It is an item that is in "Poor Terrible Condition". They are better condition than "Dug Relic Condition" items. Items are no longer like how they were the day they were first manufactured.
Items have been used by someone Decades ago in another Century. Items will have defects and damage from having been used. The older something is, the worse the condition will be. Wool items will have Moth holes. Expect Moth damage to old wool items.Expect clothing to have dirt stains, frayed cuffs and collars. Expect there to be Mildew and Mold damage stains. Expect buttons to be broken or missing.
Expect zippers to be broken and non functional. Expect size tags to be missing or damaged.
Expect leather items to be dried out and cracked. Hats will be crushed and bent out of shape. Do not expect clothing to fit you, it is not your size.
Expect oxidation and rust on the metal parts. Expect items to be faded from having been exposed to sun light. Expect metal items to have dents, scratches, and paint loss. Expect items to have microscopic fractures when looked at under a microscope.
Expect Electronic items to no longer work or be functional. These items are old and things slowly get destroyed by time. Please do not expect something in "New Condition", or "Good Condition". These items are in "Used Condition", and are Relics from another Century. The vintage items I list for sale are not wearable clothing, or usable items.
These items are old and damaged from use. The item was rough weighed in an open box.I have mailed items in the past to: Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Malta, Hungry, Belgium, Taiwan, etc. The local Post Office gives those boxes out to use. They have lost items I have mailed.
It takes between 3 to 5 days for funds to transfer to my bank account. I'm trying to be 100% up front and honest. I mostly only leave other people feedback after they leave me feedback. Chances are, if you don't leave me any feedback I'll probably not leave you any either.
I try to be 100% Honest and show photos and describe items the best I can. Items tend to be old, used, and as is.
Feel free to ask me a question. If I see a size marking on an old Quartermaster Tag, I will try to show a photo of it. If I say that I do not know the size than please do not waste both of our time by asking about the size of an old militaria collectable. I also tend to have items packaged away to try and keep moths from eating them.I only dig them out if they sell and need to be mailed. Please do not ask me to take more photos, because I probably won't take any more photos of things I have already stored away.
The item "Old Vintage US Army Korean War era M-1951 Combat Field Uniform in Used Condition" is in sale since Wednesday, January 27, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Korea (1950-53)\Original Period Items". The seller is "clayandmilitaria07" and is located in Stockton, California. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia.