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WWII -US Marine Corps- Jungle Camouflage HBT Denim Work/Utility Uniform Pants

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Be Sure to check out all of the Great, Vintage Military Memoribilia and Vintage Clothing & Accessory items in our Auctions and Store! This is a Great, Rare, Vintage pair of US Marines military utility uniform pants/trousers. This wonderful Old piece has a Great, Vintage design, with a Button-Fly, in Jungle Frog Skin camo, are made of Herringbone Twill cotton Denim, from the World War II era and would be a wonderful addition to any collection. These have no marked Size, but measure approx. 30" x 31". These appear to be in Very Good, Crisp, Clean condition, with just some light wear & fading from use, and display MUCH better than the picture shows. Buyer to pay a Flat shipping & handling fee for shipment of this item. We’re very happy to combine S&H on multiple purchases, so be sure to check out our other auctions. Combined shipping is figured at: Actual Shipping + $3 Handling for the first lot won + $1 Handling for each additional lot won. If there is anything we can do to serve you better, please, don't hesitate to ask. Thank You for your business and Good Luck! 2.5 - #2

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