A nice early shell, but the liner looks to be a repro or maybe a foreign one, chin strap might be British.
Thank you for the quick response, Aaron !
How about the net?
Not 100% sure on the net, not that I'm saying it's wrong.
Thank you again, Aaron.
I have a rather high interest on this piece, still thinking if I should take a chance....
See what Mark, or someone who has more knowledge regarding Canadian helmets say.
Hi Taka I am sitting in the airport so all I have is my smart phone no access to reference material I like Aaron really like the shell but IMO the liner is not Canadian I am really unshur what it is I do have a nagging feeling though it is European post war I am positive I have seen this type of liner before .
As to the chinstrap hard to get a good look on my little screen but Ithink I have a Canadian Mk II at home with this type of chinstrap and buckle unfortunately I cant give you a definate answer till I gey back next week on that .
The crucifix pad looks ok but I really do not like the liner retention nut and bolt I would hold off and wait for an unmolested example .
Or if you would like I may be of some assistance in helping you locate an early Canadian Mk II to add to your collection .
Regards Mark K
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 !!!!!
Liner looks repro to me, dont think its Dutch or Belgian.
no its neither of those to country's but more than just those country's used this type of helmet post war
Perhaps best to wait for an untouched example as they can still be found for sensible money.
Whatever its just an opinion.