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US Army issue Baseball Glove

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    Hello,

    I just bought this glove, unfortunately I can only take better pictures when I have him with me.
    I play baseball myself so I had to buy it immediately when I got offered it.
    Is it possible to define this glove?
    U.S. Army?
    1930?
    1940?

    If I should be wrong in this on our forum, please excuse. Maybe you can move the thread then.

    Thanks in advance

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    US army ww2 1940s.
    there is other pieces of baseball equipment that the soldier received.
    This was only for overseas troupes if I remember correctly.
    chris

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    Thank you Chris! Great information, which makes me happy!

    As these pieces are priced to assess?

    I hope I have not paid too much

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    Quote by Steinar View Post
    Thank you Chris! Great information, which makes me happy!

    As these pieces are priced to assess?

    I hope I have not paid too much
    Here in the US about 50$ to 75$ but usely surplus.
    Yours being in Europe I am sure it was used by the GIs.
    I really like the baseball catchers equipments .
    there is a couple different markings you can find US.US army USN

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    Quote by cricketchris1944 View Post
    Here in the US about 50$ to 75$ but usely surplus.
    Yours being in Europe I am sure it was used by the GIs.
    I really like the baseball catchers equipments .
    there is a couple different markings you can find US.US army USN
    That sounds very good, I paid 20.
    I will definitely keep it and put it in my display case.
    I will also show even better pictures once I have it.

    Thanks you!

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    I read about these in a UK vehicle magazine a while ago and have wondered what one looked like ever since, so thanks for posting. At 20 Euros I would have snatched the guys hand off

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    Here some more equipment.
    chris
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    I love this stuff. I myself am catcher on my team so I particularly like it. Thank you for showing these things

    Quote by Spitace41 View Post
    I read about these in a UK vehicle magazine a while ago and have wondered what one looked like ever since, so thanks for posting. At 20 Euros I would have snatched the guys hand off
    That's what I did. The glove was 1 minute in net when I saw him I knew to beat
    Last edited by Steinar; 10-24-2013 at 09:35 PM.

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    I posted a thread about a Louisville Slugger that my Grandfather was given by soldiers during the War. Unfortunately it is not US marked that I can see, but the provenance is solid So, if you get the stuff that Chris has posted as well and possibly a bat, you will have a pretty unique mannequin

    WW2 American Baseball Bat

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    Great bat! Thanks for the show.

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