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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 04, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

Why buy them 1 OR 3 sheets at a time. They were issued to us or sold at cash sales in a package of six sheets. This is for 1 complete UNOPENED package of six large Marine Corps emblems with the USMC's, for the utility shirt and the six smaller emblems for the utility cover for a total of 12 individual transfers with the regulation instructions (Sateen OG-107). Also in the package is the cardboard in the shape of the utility shirt pocket to insert inside before application. The package was changed and the cardboard pocket inserts were omitted in 1977. The inside instruction sheet is dated 1975, and the package is dated 1976. Some packages came with the company logo on the front (As pictured), and some came without, but the 1975 dated instructions and the cardboard insert are t The mfg., Ken Nolan Inc. is out of business and t will not be anymore of these made. (If you want the instructions for the USMC regulation application to the Vietnam OD Jungle Rips-Stop poplin, poplin rip-stop uniforms-all patterns/variations, Vietnam ERDL, post Vietnam Marine Corps ERDL 1976, Woodland Camo early and Rip-Stop, 1st-2nd Pattern "Chocolate-Chip" Desert Three-Color camouflage utilities you must ask for them and only then will I include them.) This is the genuine thing, not the multi national force version, or some of the unregulation reproductions I see people offering. This design was originally designated as regulation for Marine Corps utilities starting around 1956 and was regulation until 1992 when the USMC on the pocket was not approved for wear anymore. In 1992 the Marine Corps went to the "U.S. MARINES" nametape above the left utility shirt/jacket pocket. Initially, the entire iron on was not allowed on the utility shirt, but t was a major revolt in the Corps. The compromise allowed for only the larger eagle, globe, and anchor only on the utility shirt. Effective January 2002 with the issue of the new MARPAT utility uniform the iron on transfer with the USMC or without it is no more. The eagle, globe, and anchor are now embroidered on the utility cover and jacket. Great for t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants wver you can iron them on. SHOW YOUR MARINE CORPS PRIDE-SEMPER FI. PLEASE CONTACT ME with any questions regarding this item BEFORE BIDDING! All my items are described or pictured to the best of my abilities. ALL SALES ARE FINAL, NO REFUNDS. This way t will be no confusion or bad feelings down the line. Delivery Confirmation optional at your request and expense on all First Class and Priority mailings, insurance is also optional, at purchaser's expense. Tfore, I am not responsible for an item that is damaged or lost that did not have insurance. You still bought it, so insurance is recommended. Shipping costs listed in totals are for U. S. (lower 48/CONUS) ONLY. All winning bidders outside the U.S. you will be quoted shipping charges ONLY after I have your address. On all international a $3.00 s & h fee MAY be added, insurance and a return receipt is required. Payment must be received within 10 calendar days of the auction's close. I DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS. Acceptable payment methods by BANK ACCOUNT INSTANT TRANSFER or U. S. Postal or bank money orders and some personal checks. Outside of the U. S. International Money Orders in U.S. Dollars ONLY. In the event the payment is not received within 10 days of the auction's closing date, I have the right to relist the item, and post negative feedback. USMC INSIGNIA HEAT TRANSFERS - OLD STYLE SEALED PACKAGE 1975, 1775, Bicentennial, Tun Tavern, MCAS New River, Kaneohe Iwakuni, MCRD San Diego, MCRD Parris Island, U.S. Embassy, Embassy Guard, Boot Camp, Drill Instructor, Quantico, Recruit training. Camp Pendleton , Camp Lejeune , MCAS, Cherry Point, El Toro , Recruit Platoon, M-14, M-16, yellow foot prints. Eagle, Globe and Anchor, Marine Corps emblem, Marine Corps insignia, Semper Fidelis. Camp Lejeune, Okinawa, Japan, Vietnam, Khe Sanh, Con Thien,Camp Carroll Chu Lai, South Korea, Afghanistan. Marine recruiting, Marine recruiting poster. Iwo Jima,...