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Article about: I picked up this P17 today. It is the most complete example I have ever come across.

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    I picked up this P17 today. It is the most complete example I have ever come across.
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    A nice clean example.
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    Very nice! Just be careful handling the helmet, because under the felt there is a layer of asbestos.

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    Congrats very nice
    your helmet is one of the example camouflaged on the field with sand and glue, this is an example of my collection camouflaged by the same procedure:
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    The "mint" version as it fell from the factory, painted with paint and sawdust, you can see it here:US M1917 helmet


    Cheers
    Roberto

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    Nice example Max, I've acquired quite a few of these over the years. Often there is a name penciled in on the interior or strap.

    Curious as to why the "P" designation as opposed to "M"?

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    Quote by relicz View Post

    Curious as to why the "P" designation as opposed to "M"?
    John,

    Thank you for your input. I assumed it is a P, if that is incorrect my mistake. I just know it is a 1917.

    Max

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