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Mk2 No2C. RAF.

Article about: An No.2C which has an RAF roundel to the front with gold & black wings, the helmet has then been over painted a darker grey. Probably for a civilian working on an airfield or at a factor

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    Default Mk2 No2C. RAF.

    An No.2C which has an RAF roundel to the front with gold & black wings, the helmet has then been over painted a darker grey.
    Probably for a civilian working on an airfield or at a factory that was making planes for the RAF?
    Helmet & liner are both dated 1940, the chin strap is an Mk2A with an black M stamped on it.
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    A really nice and unusual helmet.

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    Very nice Aaron and thanks for posting it.

    Matt

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    That is a great looking helmet, I wonder how many at the factory had the same paint job.

    Tony

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    Hi Aaron, I saw this one as well, a most unusual helmet indeed. I am glad you picked it up. Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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