Frontline Crates News
Frontline Crate Co. has decided that it needed an update, so we have a new website online.
We are very happy with the new look as it supports new features like the most popular items.
Please enjoy the new look and if you experience any difficulties(as with any new website), please let us know so we can fix it straight away.
Prior to 1940, a mono-filament chord was issued to hold the tags, from 1940 to 1943 this was the chain issued to the troops.
The beaded chain was available at the PX for purchase and was very popular.
After 1944, the beaded chain was issued.
It features a stainless steel curb link chain with the proper sister hooks to secure the tags in place.
Perfect for the World War II re-enactors, veterans, or film production.
Frontline Crate Co. is now back up and running finally after a longer than expected closure.
We have everything back up except a few items, they will be coming online shortly.
Thank you all for your patience.
Frontline Crate Co. will be relocating to a bigger better location, but we have a lot of hard work ahead setting everything up to make our operation run faster and smoother.
We will be closed down until Fall 2016.
I would like to thank all our loyal customers and look forward to working with you all again once we are situated and up and running at our new location.
Thank you all
Reproduction M2 Weatherproof Fuse Lighter now available
All metal construction that will accept 1/4" simulated fuse.
This product is inert.
WW1 U.S. Ration crate added to the Great War collection,This is a large wooden crate so it would be ideal for storing equipment or gear.