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When half a reilc M35 is better than none at all!

Article about: Half a helmets better than no helmet. A testament to the ravages and destruction of war.

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    Default When half a reilc M35 is better than none at all!

    It is only half - but it's a good half.

    There are a lot of things on this small M35 remnant to take in -a rough field repaint, a shrapnel blow to the rim. ( that must have surely been the man's demise ) and a wonderful tease of a decal!

    Not a collection highlight, not a big ticket item ( it was $30 ) but a nice one nonetheless........ hope you like it.

    Cheers, Dan
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    That is wicked!!!!!

    That woud be perfect to hang on the wall....

    Where did you find it!!!

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    I bet that poor soldat had one hell of a headache!

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    Quote by AMTG View Post
    That is wicked!!!!!

    That woud be perfect to hang on the wall....

    Where did you find it!!!
    Watch EBay like a hawk - for the poorly described items and hope no-one else saw them!
    Oh, and an oxalic acid bath helps to ( not me, the helmet )

    Dan
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    so did you get the buckle and tag too?

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    so did you get the buckle and tag too?

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    Yes - isn't that embarrassing?? ( although the tag is blank and the buckle denazified )

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    Quote by Danmark View Post
    a shrapnel blow to the rim. ( that must have surely been the man's demise )
    Shrapnel? I would seriously doubt it. Shrapnel was hardly used during WW2...

    Rob

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    Shrapnel? I would seriously doubt it. Shrapnel was hardly used during WW2...

    Rob
    Uh... what? haha

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    Good score Dan, though might be hard to sit upright on a shelf even better picking up the buckle and tag to

    Jason

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    Quote by ObKrieger View Post
    Uh... what? haha
    Frequentely Asked Questions - Artillery Shrapnel and Shell Fragments

    Lovely finds Dan I think I'll have a looksie on ebay as well.
    Best Regards

    Vegard T.
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    Looking for militaria from 38. Batterie, Heeres Küsten Artillerie Regiment 977, also from 31, 32 and 36. Batterie.

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