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    Default Blankets, brogans, US trousers, and US cartridge box

    Hello all. I trust everyone had a gut-busting Thanksgiving.
    I have the following items for sale. All sales are final. Paypal is the preferred method of payment. Shipping is included in price; shipping to lower 48 only.
    Please contact me via my email at rather than PMing.

    1. Original gray blanket with cream end stripes, woolen weft on what I assume is a cotton warp. Very soft and warm blanket of the 'standard' military blanket size. One repaired (patched and quilt-stitched) hole. Excellent Johnny blanket. - $80

    2. Original white woolen blanket with black end stripes. Excellent blanket weave and in solid, functional condition. Again, the 'standard' size. Excellent Johnny blanket. - $80

    3. Museum-grade Stony Brook US enlisted sky blue wool kersey trousers size 34 waist and 32 inseam. Used condition with some soiling at knees and upper thighs, no tares, weak spots, or torn seams. Very serviceable trousers ready for many more campaigning seasons. - $150

    4. Missouri Boot & Shoe Federal brogans, size 10.5, with steel heal plates. Brogans are used but have not been abused. Soles have absolutely no thin spots, all seams solid. Leather is supple like new. Could use some blackball though. - $140

    5. US cartridge box and sling made by a fellow who new what he was doing, but I cannot remember his name. It is made of correct oak-tanned leather with linen stitching. Better quality in my opinion than some of the other quality makers and worlds above sutler row quality (this box was made by an American). Box is used but in great shape. - $140

    Thanks for looking and happy holidays.
    Last edited by CherokeeLegion; 11-23-2012 at 03:29 PM.
    J. D. Woodliff

    Snake Nation Disciples
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    "We cannot but pity the boy who has never fired a gun. He is no more humane, while his education has been sadly neglected."- Henry David Thoreau


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