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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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    Whilst I'm at it here's a few more,
    Q7 1946 Service Tunic
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    N195 1944 Service Tunic

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    V162 1944 Service Trouser (super large,2 man tent sized).

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    Q7 and V162

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    Have a good one fella's
    Dave

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    is that a nice raaf hat on the bookshelf?

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    Only ever 46 one's I've seen RARE in my opinion
    Regards
    René

  4. #64

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    Yes mate,an late 80's RAAF example.
    Size 57 and made in the ADA plant in Coburg when it was still the Australian Government Clothing Factory.
    Nothing flash though.
    Have a good one
    Dave

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    Gday Rene
    One would think production of service tunics would have slowed down to a standstill in 46.The Army would have had a huge stockpile and cost cutting would have halted production for a few years for sure.
    Cheers mate
    Dave

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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    Gday Rene
    One would think production of service tunics would have slowed down to a standstill in 46.The Army would have had a huge stockpile and cost cutting would have halted production for a few years for sure.
    Cheers mate
    Dave
    That can be seen on your 44 6 strike out
    Regards
    René

  7. #67

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    Gday fella's,
    Stumbled across another last night not listed.
    V230 woolen khaki V-neck jumper 1942.

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    Sorry the image is small it's the best I could do.

    Here's a link,
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    All the best
    Dave

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    Another NSW manufacturer......N193
    1945 rubberized ground sheet.

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    All the best
    Dave

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    Nice one Dave!! Is this a recent pick up?

    I have a few of these they used to be really rare and expensive and I paid a lot for my first one 10 years ago but obviously the guy on e-pay that has been selling them for the last couple of years found a crate of them and now they are near worthless... lol

    Mine are all the same manufacturer as well, I have one or two stamped with red ink too.

    Cheers Luke.

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    Hi Luke,
    Yes mate it is,picked it up last week. It came from NSW for 12 bucks + 7 shipping. I was a happy chappie that's for sure.

    Love your Reg Saunders/Tom Derrick Avatar mate.

    All the best Luke
    Dave

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