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USGI M24 First Aid Bandage

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Quick Overview

The USGI M24 First Aid Bandage is a military surplus first aid pack that was used extensively during World War II. Inside each of these tin packs is a Carlisle Model bandage and is completely original as it was manufactured during the 1930s and 1940s.

Availability: Out of stock

$12.95

Details

The M24 First Aid Bandage Kit is a genuine USGI first aid bandage kit from the US Government. These packets were produced in huge volumes by big companies like Johnson and Johnson during World War II and were issued to soldiers numbering in the millions. As you can imagine due to the combat conditions, most of these M24 first aid kits were used to treat injuries in the field.

We have a very small number of these all original USGI WWII bandage sets. Most of the tins we have examined were produced by Johnson & Johnson which is a great example showing how corporate America helped with the war effort. With most of these bandage sets being produced in the 1940s, the tins they are packaged in will show signs of age with missing paint or dents. Some may be marked with other manufacturers or have different levels of wear from what is pictured. You can guarantee receiving an original WWII era USGI M24 that will have the character and history of this iconic bandage.

Features:
  • Original USGI M24 Bandage Set
  • Designated "FIRST AID PACKET, US GOV'T"
  • Contains CARLISLE MODEL Bandage

Additional Information

SKU US-FG-FA-M24
Manufacturer US Army Surplus
Free Shipping N/A
Construction Aluminum
Condition Surplus Used
  1. Great Deal review by Dom on 4/27/2016
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    I purchased as many of these as I could when these first arrived at keepshooting, sadly it was only 3. They were all Johnson and Johnson marked and two were in very good condition with some paint chipping around the edge. One had a dent in the middle, but it was still sealed well and retained most of the paint. Now that they're back I'll probably get a couple more at this price.

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