Aid Pouch and Wound Dressing
Each member will need a M1910 first aid pouch and wound dressing. The
pouch was suspended from the ammunition belt and carried the wound dressing,
which was intended to be used by the soldier if he were wounded.
First Aid Pouch
We highly recommend the use of reproduction first aid pouches and
Schipperfabrik offers a fine reproduction
of the M1910 first aid pouch at a very reasonable cost. Schipperfabrik also offers a reproduction paper wrapped wound
dressing to go along with the reproduction M1910 first aid pouch.
Paul Schipper, proprietor
P.O. Box 1222
St. Peters, Missouri 63376
e-mail – email@example.com
website – http://www.schipperfabrik.com
Original Wound Dressing
Original wound dressings are commonly found on E-bay
in the $10-$40 range, with the price depending on the condition of the
wound dressing tin. These original dressings are in tins and usually
manufactured by Bauer and Black in either 1917 or 1918.
E-bay website – www.ebay.com
Great War Militaria often lists original
wound dressings as well.
Great War Militaria
PO Box 552
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 17201
email – firstname.lastname@example.org
website – www.greatwar.com