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WW2 British Map Case (Case, map, G.S. No. 2, Mk. 1)

Article about: Hi Guys, I promised to take some pics of this last week, so here we go. http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/equipm...p-case-257048/ Made of webbing like the 1937 pattern gear and backed with a har

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    Default WW2 British Map Case (Case, map, G.S. No. 2, Mk. 1)

    Hi Guys, I promised to take some pics of this last week, so here we go.

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/equipm...p-case-257048/

    Made of webbing like the 1937 pattern gear and backed with a hard fibreboard known as Tufnol with a clear celluloid cover.

    Used by Officers.

    This example is dated 1944. Maker marked "B.H.G. Ltd" (Barrow, Hepburn & Gale)

    Cheers, Ade.
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    very nice Ade

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    Iused to have one of these, the same pattern I think but it was a long time back and I'll probably have to pick up another one of these days.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Default Re: WW2 British Map Case (Case, map, G.S. No. 2, Mk. 1)

    Thanks Guys.

    This one came from a relative of mine, who used it in his professional life as a surveyor, until I got my greasy mits on it!

    Cheers, Ade.
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