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    Hi guys a quick question this gasmask postwar dated 1958,how close to wartime does it look,just thinking of a cheaper alternative way with xmas around the corner,worth buying at the right price?and if so whats a fair value?regards minnie.
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    Hi Dave, you have the GM54 there, but I do not recognie the bag at all.

    You can compare it to the wartime GM30 respirator here:

    http://www.gasmasklexikon.com/Page/Germ-Mil-GM54.htm

    No idea on values, sorry.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    minnie...Ade is quite correct M54 replaced by the M65 in 1965 ! not in correct bag/tin (no idea what the bag is, but it is not BW).....should be in one of these tins....
    Prost ! Steve.

    Strangely enough, neither of my tins came with a mask !
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    Thanks Steve any idea of value?and cheers Ade for your input and moving the thread,regards minnie.

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    minnie...not much I am afraid...here in the U.K. although not common, they raise around 10 ! double that with a tin....
    Prost ! Steve.
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