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Article about: Hi all, This is my first WWI helmet. I got it a few days ago. What do you think?

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    Hi all, This is my first WWI helmet. I got it a few days ago. What do you think?
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    Despite the liner damage, it's a nice example. This is one of my favorite manufacturers.

    CCMJR

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    Agreed - It's a nice looking lid.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Nice Bell L helmet!

    The liner look pretty new, at least in regards to the leather color.

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    I like it friend. I can see that bobbing along a trench line.

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    A great wwi lid

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    Very nice helmet shame about the pad but still remarkable condition, love it.

    Eric

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    The Bell L is a neat helmet. That pad could get reattached to the band....needs museum grade smart repair to do it. Otherwise its just going to flop around and eventually be toast.
    Last edited by Nigel Lesgate; 12-03-2013 at 05:31 AM.

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    Thanks all!. Yeah needs a bit of repair but will leave it as is for now don't want to remove the liner band to reattach the leather.... much to nerve racking haha.

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