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Article about: A friend of mine has offered me an M35 and claims that it is a genuine SS helmet. I really need some help and advice on this helmet - but for personal reasons I do not wish to post photos of

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    A friend of mine has offered me an M35 and claims that it is a genuine SS helmet. I really need some help and advice on this helmet - but for personal reasons I do not wish to post photos of the helmet on this public board.
    Can anybody help me, please? I can send the photos in an email.

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    Quote by Stinschen View Post
    A friend of mine has offered me an M35 and claims that it is a genuine SS helmet. I really need some help and advice on this helmet - but for personal reasons I do not wish to post photos of the helmet on this public board.
    Can anybody help me, please? I can send the photos in an email.
    What possible 'personal reasons' are those? Is it stolen?? With that attitude you won't get much help here, try being a little more 'forthcoming', you may be pleasantly surprised.

    Not holding my breath, Ned.
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    We shall stick it out to the end, but we are getting weaker of course, and the end cannot be far.
    It seems a pity, but I do not think I can write more. R. SCOTT.
    Last Entry - For God's sake look after our people.'

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    You need help but you refuse to show the photos on a public forum?for personal reasons?only by email? that seems a bit strange.

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    Wow. Very cute replies, thanks guys.
    Of course I can post all 13 photos here - but as I do not know if the seller is reading this forum - IŽd rather not.

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    Quote by Stinschen View Post
    Wow. Very cute replies, thanks guys.
    Of course I can post all 13 photos here - but as I do not know if the seller is reading this forum - IŽd rather not.
    You only need to show the decal in good detail. If thats wrong / good then case closed.

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    Dan, thats the problem, only tiny fragments left. But ok, here we go in a sec

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    Quote by Stinschen View Post
    Wow. Very cute replies, thanks guys.
    Of course I can post all 13 photos here - but as I do not know if the seller is reading this forum - IŽd rather not.
    What does it matter if he is or not? I think anyone would want to make sure that what they are getting is the genuine thing or not so he should probably understand. He can't exactly take offence to it, something doesnt sound too right in my opinion.....

    Thanks

    Danny

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    I guess youŽre right about that.

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    Stinschen, are the photos forthcoming.............? ?


    As Danny has said above, I too can not imagine that a respectable seller
    with a 'legit' item would care who sees it...........If it's good, it's good !
    If it's bad, then that's also good to know as well !







    Regards, Steve.

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    Hi Steve.

    Just sent a bunch of photos to Dan but I will post one here too.
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