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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    What happened to the two with missing tips, cant have snapped as it looks like a clean break, i have seen others like this too.
    ps, love them Inka, i have a few here too, have you put them on the k98 bayo thread.

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    Dont know,they was like it when they came out from the ground..maybe they broke when soldiers opened cans of some sort?
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    possibly, they look identical maybe someone knows,
    like i say there is seperate forum for k98`s if you can read any serial numbers you will find who made them and where well worth a look.
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    Fresh from the oxalic bath and a good rinse with water. Lots of rust,but still,have seen worse helmets

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    Looks like a nice Quist!

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    Great looking lid, inka! I have one from Kurland myself that displays just that same grey almost concrete-like substance on the inside of the shell... but, just like yours, nothing anywhere else. Either way, lots of paint still on there as well, thanks for sharing!

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    That.Looks.Great.

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    Another beauty from Kurland. My first whitewash

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    The whitewashed one looks good, but I keep comming back to this one. A real beauty. I like the condition of it.

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    Yes,that is a real Nice one I think too
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