British MK 4 i think!....
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I always thought the rivets were a lot higher up on the helmet on wartime examples, although I could be wrong ?.....
Whatever its just an opinion.
I always thought they were first used in 1944 by the Canadians on D-Day ??
Here is my MkIV with low rivets. Assuming it is a 45 produced lid it should help with the timeline
(the stamping is very light so a date on the shell is hard to see but there is a "4". As the liner is dated 1945, I am assuming a 45 dated shell as well
British MK IV Turtle Helmet
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