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Is this an Aussie or british MKII

Article about: Hi all . I pick up this MKII helmet today at a local auction. It was listed as australian . I'm unsure of how to tell the difference between an aussie / british etc etc helmet of that time I

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    Hi all . I pick up this MKII helmet today at a local auction. It was listed as australian . I'm unsure of how to tell the difference between an aussie / british etc etc helmet of that time I'v taken pictures of what marks I can see but I'm not sure were to look for them either . any help would be great . thanks
    matt.

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    Yes, Australian Helmet No.1 Mk II late production-see this Helmet No.1, Mk.II - Australia - The Brodie Helmet and its derivatives

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    Would be nice to have an Aussie lid one day.

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    The most obvious clue to it being Australian is the lack of a rim trim applied to the edge. Cool lid and not a type you see in Blighty.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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