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Commonwealth MkII Helmet & Liner Manufacturers

Article about: Here is a List of Helmet & Liner Manufacturers as a reference for quick identification of markings on Commonwealth WW2 - MkII Helmets and Liners. It has been compiled from various posts

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    Here's another unknown Mk2 liner maker.
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    Shell markings.
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    Cheers Aaron,
    Amendments added to list

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    Australian and New Zealand Liners and Shell Stamps.
    Last 3 are New Zealand Shells.
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    Here's the 1944 dated VERO liner
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    Quote by tinlid View Post
    Post war Mk2 liners.
    D.R.E.C 1949 -?
    CCL ?- 1952-53-?
    FFL 1949-1954-?
    R.E.M (Remploy Ltd) 1949-55-?
    Didn't FFL make liners in 1942-1945 as well?

    Edit: never mind I just read the list and it appears they made them WW2 and post war

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    South African,Hemet and liner example.

    Helmets were made by the Transvaal Steel Pressing Syndicate Ltd and the liners were made by Jager-Rand Ltd.
    The Helmets have no known Manufacturers marks on the shell,however are easy to identify by the 3 holes drilled in rear rim,for supposed use for a Neck Flap (however no proof has been found that this ever was officially used for this purpose)
    The liners were stamped on the arms with the size and Jager-Rand with a Broad Arrow within the "U" for Union of South Africa (1910-1961) and date of Manufacture.
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    Stamps found in Canadian Viceroy Manufacturing Company (VMC) liners.

    Regards Mark
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    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    Default British Mk1 liner

    Here is a Mk1 liner which were first produced in 1937 & made by Helmets Ltd. This one is a size 7, but as you can see the owner has removed the riveted rubber buffers to make it bigger.
    The size of the liners came in:6 1/4 - 7 3/4's.
    The Mk2 liner introduced in 1939 had removable rubber buffers, which if you had a big head made it easier to remove these buffers.
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    Default A Mk2 British liner

    Mk2 liner
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