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Identification British Mk2

Article about: Hello everyone, I ask your help for identify this helmet and the organization to which it belongs. The color is very particular, ii's a "rust matt brown", shell: WD/1 liner: Helmet

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    Default Identification British Mk2

    Hello everyone,
    I ask your help for identify this helmet and the organization to which it belongs.
    The color is very particular, ii's a "rust matt brown",
    shell: WD/1
    liner: Helmets Ltd 1939 and army acceptance mark.
    size: 6-3/4
    Thanks for your help and for your opinions.

    cheers
    Roberto
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    Looks looks a nice condition Mk2No.1 for use on the home front, with the remains of a Mk1 anti-gas curtain.

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    Quote by tinlid View Post
    ....... with the remains of a Mk1 anti-gas curtain.
    ..........but it is made out of leather Aaron ! A rim protector maybe ?

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    Or a posh carrying harness, but most are made of canvas.
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    These your comments would be consistent with the information of the person who gave it to me.
    According to him this helmet is a private purchase of an Officer; this would justify a carrying harness, or a rim protector, made with better materials and even the particular coloration.

    Always sorry for my bad English!

    regards
    Roberto

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