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Fake SE66?

Article about: I have posted this helmed on a forum and all replay's i get are a fake helmed and decal. Ok it is a fake so i post this helmed also here for opinian en perhaps also a warning not to buy this

  1. #11

    Default Re: Fake SE66?

    Even the liner must be from 43-44 period with anodized springs on it, and Feel the helmet is a fresh repaint

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  3. #12

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    I could be totally wrong here.
    this is what I see .
    fake decal
    repainted helmet.
    liner post-war replace.

  4. #13

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    Is it just me? but the decal looks too large? maybe it's just the pictures deceiving me

  5. #14

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    I just look at that militaria website.
    Really not good.

  6. #15

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    I am not buy this helmed.
    Original owner send a mail to Fa Spree he told me yet.
    He payed a lot of money fot this helmed
    Tnx for your info and help.

  7. #16

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    Quote by Dimas View Post
    Even from that pictures it' s not a good decal, mid war helmet with an faked other side, where a spots from a " removed" nsdap decal, liner mismatchesd helmet by condition, Norvegian repainted chinstrap, cleaned from brown paint
    Other than that Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?

  8. #17

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    It's a fake champagne (NS) decal on what looks like a postwar repaint. Strap is dyed. Liner - mmmmm...doubt it's from this lid.

    Spree Militaria has some other bad SS lids on it from what I've seen as well.

    Proof it's real? I would love to hear it.

  9. #18

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    Mad easy fake to spot!

    When I first read the thread title, without even looking at the pics, I knew it was bad.

    These SE SS lids are probably the rarest out of the M35, M40 and M42 shells. I only know of two true examples that exist, but there maybe more, not sure. The decal itself is a poor excuse for a fake SS decal. Thumbs down

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