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Australian WW2 Manufacturers Serial Numbers

Article about: Hi & welcome to the forum! Thanks for the input. Love the A2! Cheers, Ade.

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    And a pic of how the groundsheet was carried as a bed roll... The whole web set is Aussie made and 1943-44 dated.

    Sorry about the quality It's an old pic and I'm not a great photographer.


    Luke.
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    Nice one, Any idea's who N193 is Luke?

    That's a nice set of early war p 37 you have there to mate.
    You do need a mannequin or two that's for sure

    All the best
    Dave.

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    And a pic of how the groundsheet was carried as a bed roll... The whole web set is Aussie made and 1943-44 dated.

    Sorry about the quality It's an old pic and I'm not a great photographer.


    Luke.
    Ahh Lovely Set Luke

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    Thanks Rene! Here's an idea maybe we should start a thread on Patt 37 webbing and show all the variations and different sets... Not sure if it has already been done before or not.

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    Nice one, Any idea's who N193 is Luke?

    That's a nice set of early war p 37 you have there to mate.
    You do need a mannequin or two that's for sure

    All the best
    Dave.
    Yeah mate I definitley do!! And no sorry no idea on the maker... My uncles father actually worked in a clothing factory in Sydney during the war and I have his work passes and other bits and pieces, sadly he is dead now so I can't ask him what the code was.

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    Thanks Rene! Here's an idea maybe we should start a thread on Patt 37 webbing and show all the variations and different sets... Not sure if it has already been done before or not.
    Cheers Luke
    Maybe a sticky thread on this? I think it's worth while.

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    Yeah sounds good, maybe we should change the thread to include not just codes on uniforms but also webbing and equipment as well.

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    Thought I would keep this thread going, here is another label this time inside of a 1942 dated 2/7th armoured regiment tunic
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    Here's the blanket I thought was a T but it is a V.
    A new number for the thread though I think.

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    Still a good one mate!! The number looks familiar I may have something with that code on it.

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