Original & Authentic Wwii Usmc Camouflage Para-marine Jump Smock 3rd Pattern For Sale
Original, used condition. Guaranteed Authentic from WWII. Original USMC Para-Marine Step in Jump Smock. Has all the original snaps and buttons, and all are in working order. Has some wear and soiling. Has an inside tear to the Beach colored camo, but it is not torn all the way through and cannot be seen on the outside when showing the green camo. The tear is approx. 3" x 3" in an L shape. Please note the pictures for details. The material is still there and could be repaired. The leg cuffs have some wear and have some frayed spots. The smock is a larger size, no markings. It measures approx. 25" across the chest from armpit to armpit. so that should be a conservative 46" chest or a tad more.The side pockets havethezippers and the oneside is not attached to the inside pocket.A nice original example for your collection. Again, I guarantee the authenticity of the smock and offer a money backguarantee. Feel free to ask me any questions. Overseas shipping must be insured via priority mail with full insurance and tracking information. The cost of the overseas shipping will be approx. $58.00. I will not declare a lesser value on the customs declaration form. Must be insured for the full amount. No buyers under the age of 18 years old. Pa. residents add 6% unless tax exempt. I reserve the right to cancel offers from zero response and or negative response buyers. No shipping to Poland, Italy, China, Russian Federation or other prohibited countries.
On Apr-08-13 at 11:28:22 PDT, seller added the following information:
PLEASE NOTE AS YOU CAN SEE BY THE PICTURES FROM THE REAR VIEW THAT THERE ARE NO ELBOW PADS. I CAN SEE NO SIGNS THAT THERE EVER WAS ELBOW PADS ON THIS JUMP SMOCK.
On Apr-08-13 at 12:06:52 PDT, seller added the following information:
UPON FURTHER INSPECTION WITH THE HELP OF OTHER MEMBERS I WILL UPDATE THIS LISTING WITH THIS INFORMATIN THAT YES THIS SMOCK DID HAVE ELBOW PADS AT ONE TIME BUT THEY WERE REMOVED. THERE IS A FAINT SHADOW AND OLD STITCH MARKS OF WHERE THE ELBOW PADS WERE ON BOTH ARMS. I APOLOGIZE FOR NOT MENTIONING THIS EARLIER BUT HOPEFULLY THIS WILL CLEAR THINGS UP.