MEDICAL

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  1. Parachute First Aid kit type B-4 (frying pan insert)

    € 625.00
    Medical item No. 97106. Produced by Revlon Products Corp. Unopened, stil has its tape and all componenst. This is exceptionally hard to find unopened and all complete. Also see additional photos.

    Very good condition.

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  2. First Aid pouch, British made

    € 30.00
    Unused. 1944 dated.

    Excellent condition.

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  3. American Red Cross map of Paris

    € 30.00
    Issued to GI's visiting the city. Dated January 1945 and printed on an obsolete German map.

    Very good condition.

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  4. Tabloid bandage compress, 2 inch

    € 15.00
    Small bandage, produced by Burroughs Wellcome & Co. As found in various First Aid kits.

    Very good condition.

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  5. 76th Division Chaplain sign

    € 1,350.00
    Handpainted on both sides of a steel plate which measures about 43 x 22 centimeters. It can be seen that the outline of the 76th Division patch was carved in the plate before the paint was applied. The patch on the reverse has no OD border. The sign was recovered in Germany. This is a rare opportunity to obtain a unique piece.

    Very good condition.

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  6. Certified brand Aspirin

    € 40.00
    Twelve tablets in cardboard box with V ...- marking in red. It is explained on the back that the tablets are in this new Victory package to help conserve metals needed for the war effort. It is amazing the box still contains its tablets which are in great shape! Nice wartime item that most certainly was used by GI's.

    Very good condition.

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  7. Bayer Aspirin

    € 50.00
    Envelope type package for twelve tablets. Typical war package to save metal needed for the war effort. The plastic sachets still contains four tablets. This is a very diffiult to find package. Nice wartime item that most certainly was used by GI's.

    Very good condition.

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  8. TM 16-205 The Chaplain

    € 450.00
    Medium size manual. 1944 dated. Contains 92 pages. With only a few Chaplains in each Division this is a super rare manual. Insured package shipping is mandatory for this item.

    Very good condition.

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  9. Two hooks for medic pouch

    € 15.00
    Two brass hooks for the medic pouchs. Perfect for repair. The rings at the end can be bend easily to put the hooks on the bag.

    Very good condition.

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  10. Halazone 100 tablets bottle, straight from the box

    € 25.00
    Small bottle containing 100 Halazone tablets. Produced by Abbott Labatories. The bottom of the bottle is marked with Abbott Lab. and the diamond-oval-I logo of the Owens-Illinois Glass Company with the numbers 7 and 4. The 4 to the right of the makers logo dates the bottle to 1944.

    Excellent condition.

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  11. Squibb Ether

    € 120.00
    Full can. This is a rare fine. Empty cans are sometimes found but hardly ever a full one. Perfect item for display.

    Very good condition.

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  12. Motion sickness preventive tablets

    € 425.00
    Medical item no. 12960. Six tablets in wrapper in cardboard box. The box is a fold out type as should be (and not glued shut). These tablets were used by paratroopers and assault troops on D Day. Rare and extremely hard to find item. Perfect for display. Insured package shipping is mandatory for this item.

    Very good condition.

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  13. Sulfanilamide shaker

    € 30.00
    One 5 grams shaker package in its envelope. Produced by Hynson, Westcott & Dunning Inc. The patent number 1972995 on the flap dates to 1934 and is for the special Quick-Serve envelope. Nice for the first aid kit or medic pouch.

    Very good condition.

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  14. Ramon's tabs

    € 39.95
    Tin can and cardboard box for 12 Aspirin with Caffeine tablets. The tin can is an early 40's type which got replaced by the cardboard box in support of the war effort. There are some remnants of the pills present in both containers. Nice graphics.

    Very good condition.

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  15. Balaclava & ARC knitting instruction leaflet

    € 80.00
    Hand knitted OD balaclava with 1942 dated American Red Cross knitting instruction leaflet. The balaclava is called a 'helmet' on the leaflet. It has the Red Cross label sewn on the inside as instructed on the leaflet. The label is loose on one side. Very nice set for display.

    Very good condition.

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  16. Two Sulfanilamide shakers

    € 39.95
    Two 5 grams shaker packages in their envelopes. They were taped together as they were in the First Aid kit. Produced by the Upjohn Company. The patent number 1972995 on the flap dates to 1934 and is for the special Quick-Serve envelope. Nice for the first aid kit or medic pouch.

    Good condition.

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  17. Sulfanilamide tablets

    € 119.00
    Spill-proof metal container with slide lid which still contains a number of pills. Produced by Lederle. The package still has its cellophane which is a bit deteriorated but original to the can. These were carried by Infantry and Paratroopers in the First Aid pouch. Medics had these too. This is a hard to find early type of wound tablets package.

    Very good condition.

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  18. Wound tablets

    € 175.00
    Small box with cardboard frame that holds a paper wrapper with eight sulfadiazine wound tablets. Produced by The Anancin Manufacturing Company. This is the hard to find box version with nice graphics. These packages were carried by Infantry and Paratroopers in the First Aid pouch. Medics had these too.

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  19. Sulfadiazine tablets

    € 169.00
    Eight tablets in holder in paper wrapper. Produced by Lederle. These were carried in the field and also present in some First Aid kits. This is a hard to find variation of wound tablets.

    Very good condition.

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  20. Wound tablets

    € 79.00
    Paper wrapper that holds a plastic container with eight wound tablets. Produced by The Upjohn Company. These were carried by Infantry and Paratroopers in the First Aid pouch. Medics had these too.

    Very good condition.

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  21. Sulfanilamide tablets

    € 89.00
    Spill-proof metal container with slide lid which still contains a number of pills. Produced by Lederle. These were carried by Infantry and Paratroopers in the First Aid pouch. Medics had these too. This is a hard to find early type of wound tablets package.

    Very good condition.

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  22. Sulfadiazine tablets

    € 129.00
    Two compressed tablets in framed paper wrapper in waxed box. Produced by Sharp & Dohme. These were carried by Infantry and Paratroopers in the First Aid pouch (see last photo of wartime instruction poster). Medics had these too. This is a very hard to find early variation of wound tablets.

    Very good condition.

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  23. Sulfadiazine tablets

    € 119.00
    Two compressed tablets in framed paper wrapper in waxed box. Produced by Sharp & Dohme. These were carried by Infantry and Paratroopers in the First Aid pouch (see last photo of wartime instruction poster). Medics had these too. This is a very hard to find early variation of wound tablets.

    Very good condition.

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  24. Medical badge

    € 90.00
    Pinback. Special badge, similar to the Combat Infantry Badge, but for medical personnel engaged in grond combat. This one was made in Germany by Assman. The quality is outstanding.

    Very good condition.

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  25. Sulfanilamide shaker

    € 19.95
    One 5 grams sachet in its envelope in cellophane. Produced by Hynson, Westcott & Dunning, Inc. The cellophane has a small tear. It is likely the 43 on the flap is the year of production. Nice for the first aid kit or medic pouch.

    Very good condition.

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