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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    Well you are local!
    have a look under the german helmet and french helmet cabinet. and there some australian webbing i just picked up from a junk dealer. the belt was post war but the straps and poches are dated 43,44. that was a nice little pick up, he had some helmets but where not worth getting.

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    Good going buddy.
    Just ignore the wife. It pi$$es them off but you can weather it.

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    A very nice collection, and far-too nice to put in a shed! Move the wife in there instead... Only let her out when the house needs a clean!
    Author of... 'Belfast Diaries: A Gunner In Northern Ireland'... 'A Tough Nut To Crack: Andersonstown.. Voices From 9 Battery Royal Artillery In Northern Ireland'... 'An Accrington Pal: The Diaries of Pte Jack Smallshaw, September 1914 To March 1919'.

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    Hi, must be very difficult finding items down under but you've managed quite well, very nice collection, love the WAFFEN poster.

    Regards SK

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    a superb collection mark i always enjoy viewing headgear and you have some real nice desirable ones and a broad range too how many adrians did i spy ,you cant beat a grouping of m1's either ,the czech luftschutz re issue is my favorite or perhaps your jap 90 ,nice to see a few british warden lids in there too along the mk111 ,can i ask what sits between your swedish m26 and and the very nice italian m33 ,is it romanian ? also im really impressed by the simple idea of clear bagging your gassie filter ,why didnt i think of that, here's to more posts from you and watch this amazing collection grow cheers for showing, james

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    Quote by James C View Post
    a superb collection mark i always enjoy viewing headgear and you have some real nice desirable ones and a broad range too how many adrians did i spy ,you cant beat a grouping of m1's either ,the czech luftschutz re issue is my favorite or perhaps your jap 90 ,nice to see a few british warden lids in there too along the mk111 ,can i ask what sits between your swedish m26 and and the very nice italian m33 ,is it romanian ? also im really impressed by the simple idea of clear bagging your gassie filter ,why didnt i think of that, here's to more posts from you and watch this amazing collection grow cheers for showing, james
    M38 KNIL Dutch colonial helmet . this one in nice condition. on the the first helmet i got. cheers mark
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    Quote by geelong View Post
    i am seeing it. ive pick up two slouch hats, but have been 1950s ones. and may snagg me a ww2 one at good price one day. im not going to pay what the dealers are asking.
    I meant that you are local and I have a bunch of WW2 Aust wool tunics. I may trade one if you want?
    Regards
    René

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    very nice mark i notice it has the sun curtain intact ,my initial thoughts based on what i could see of the helmet was a romanian m38 coincidentally these were dutch m34's so you can see why i asked,cheers james

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    That's a great collection! I really like the W-SS poster.

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    I love the fact that your KNIL Milsco has a really dutch last name in the liner. Good piece, nice collection!

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