Superb decal! Nice pick up!
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
05-30-2014 07:08 PM
It was something like that long Todd mate. I forget when it was that I actually had it paid up but between moving house and over-worrying about what the customs charge from the colonies was going to be I delayed you more than once in shipping the thing. Honestly, I've been climbing the walls and looking at the pics of it most nights these past few months Very happy to have it in my grubby little hands anyway. It smells exactly how I imagined.......
Congrats! Very nice indeed.
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Top lid Andy!!!
I feel the same way waiting for my M38 FJ to arrive from Lithuania.
Can't come quick enough. That patina is a cracker :-)
" When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "
This is how you do it, Andy! A very nice first my friend. My compliments on a great example.
Indeed, a really great lid - Congratulations.........!
WoW Andy , that is a superb ET decal ,much nicer than the one on my M42 !! I love the "toning" on that one and I think you are probably right about it being a casualty helmet, the cut strap certainly suggests that! Nice one Todd for passing a great lid to another appreciative member! Leon.
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WOW Andy! That one is a beauty! Congrats, Jim G.
Congrats on a very nice first SS lid Andy!
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Hi Andy, a real nice one, looks like the pre-40 ET runic decal used as well judging by the timing and thicker border.
.....and yes they are very addicting!
My compliments on your first one! The next needs to be a DD M35 ;-)