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    So I recently saw this, and I have no idea what it is. I haven't seen a Brodie with this kind of liner or chin strap before - the seller claims it may be a locally made 'home front' helmet (I'm in New Zealand) which may explain the style? Just wanted to check if anyone had any ideas on this one.

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    It is most likely an private purchase helmet, used on the home front. Hardleys I think made this type of helmet, & others. Not an often seen helmet you have there.

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    Yes i agree with Aaron,looks like a Hardleys Helmet.They have the protruding bolt on top,there should be a Hardleys stamp under the brim somewhere although they are usuall lightly stamped and hard to see.This one looks in great condition

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