US M1906 Bedding Blanket - Available to US Customers Only

US M1906 Bedding Blanket - Available to US Customers Only
US M1906 Bedding Blanket - Available to US Customers Only
US M1906 Bedding Blanket - Available to US Customers Only
US M1906 Bedding Blanket - Available to US Customers Only
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Reproduction of the US Army blanket made to Quartermaster Corps 1906 specification No 807.
 
Our PriceUS$ 42.00
Retail PriceUS$ 75.00
Code104424000
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Weight1.1
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Size 66 x 84, olive drab 100% wool with dark stripes at each end and embroidered "US" in the center. This is the blanket carried by all Doughboys in the field.

We have just received a new run of bedding blankets. This new run is a bit disappointing. The colors are improved and they look good on display. Weight is a bit light at 3.2 pounds. But they have very little nap and feel like a well-worn blanket.
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