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1942 R O & Co

Article about: The shell is stamped R O % C O BX bale 1942. It had a ratty MkIII chinstrap that smelled like it had been inside a bar, so I took that off and put it out to air. I found a khaki sprung chin

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    The shell is stamped R O % C O BX bale 1942. It had a ratty MkIII chinstrap that smelled like it had been inside a bar, so I took that off and put it out to air. I found a khaki sprung chin strap I want ot put on it.

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    The picture didn't turn out as well, but it's the same colour as the inside, not as dark as the picture.

    The liner is dated 1952, stamped CCL

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    It's in a little rough shape, but I like 'em used.

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    Great looking lid! Looks to be in fine shape.

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    It's very nice I think, I'm happy with it hehe I learned something here on this forum, glad I found it

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