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    Hi Jerry, I think this is a Steel Ceilings stamp.
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    Quote by tinlid View Post
    Hi Jerry, I think this is a Steel Ceilings stamp.
    I was unsure between the one I mentioned and the one you showed, as the refs I have say Clydesdale stampings just used a C but always happy to be corrected.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Thanks Gunny, as ever your support is most appreciated Mate

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    Many thanks for looking and for the input Jerry

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    Quote by ruddersrangers44 View Post
    Very nice opex you do post some fine Headgear my friend..........

    Thanks the compliment Jake very nice of you to say so

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    Quote by seandm View Post
    Nice lid Opex buddy!

    Thank you Sean ,most appreciated

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    [QUOTE=SHINDENKAI;1066775]What a nice Mk. II ! Like the inner green paint.

    Looks like the first word for the liner maker is a V. (VLDO ?)

    Thank you for posting.


    Thank you Taka, I'm not if the inner is the original finish,unlikely as it has slight brush strokes

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    Quote by tinlid View Post
    A hard to find Clydesdale Stamping made Mk2, looks to have been repainted at some time?
    Ah excellent information tinlid, I was hoping you would be able to identify the maker, I agree also with your comment about it being repainted, the inner is a different colour and finish than the outer shell finish.

    I take it Clydesdale Stamping Mk2's fairly scarce them ,that's really good to know as well

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    Quote by Steelhead10 View Post
    good to see another mkII on this forum. Nice helmet as said liner is made by VERO one of the most common makers of liners I cant help on the maker of the shell but knowing Tinlids marvelous knowledge he is probably right.

    Many thanks for looking and for your valuable input

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