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Article about: Hello everyone, a great rarity that I post in this part of the forum. However I have been looking for a nice possibly combat worn helmet as a representative example. This one recently came u

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    Hello everyone, a great rarity that I post in this part of the forum. However I have been looking for a nice possibly combat worn helmet as a representative example. This one recently came up for sale at what I believe to be a reasonable price. It shows just about the amount of wear I have been looking for both on the shell ( SE68 lot 3206) and to the liner. The liner band is dated 1937 however is damaged and the tip of the chinstrap is also missing. As a nice addition the remains of the national shield can be seen peeking from beneath the re-paint.

    Thanks for looking

    Robin

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    Last edited by robin morley; 07-01-2015 at 04:30 PM.

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    looks a v/nice one Robin.

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    Hi Robin, I have seen this one myself in the past (can't remember where) and it is indeed a fine example of an over paint. A lovely lid with great age patina, a super helmet to have in your collection. Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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    I would take it in a heart beat.
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    exactly what it says on the tin....

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