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My M35 Helmet

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    A couple of pictures of my M35 I picked up last year. As far as I can tell, the liner has never been removed. The washers are a very tight fit. There is a bit of pitting and loss of paint, but apart from that it's fine. Makers mark is very hard to read.
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    Hi .

    Very nice M35, i would be very proud to own this one!!!

    Good detail on photo's....Good one mate.

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    Harry, that is a nice seasoned addition. A good m35 single is much more rarer than any m40 which i see quite often. I like it alot

    rgds, Ty

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    very nice, it just has a really nice look to it. like it's been there and done that and survived ! good find.
    andrew

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    very nice lid there

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    it looks good to me,short of testing it in the metal

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    Quote by HARRY THE MOLE View Post
    A couple of pictures of my M35 I picked up last year. As far as I can tell, the liner has never been removed. The washers are a very tight fit. There is a bit of pitting and loss of paint, but apart from that it's fine. Makers mark is very hard to read.
    here are my two german helmets. hope you like them . mike
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    Very nice helmets Mike. In the early 60's I was given a German helmet that had been left on a shelf at Woodford Airfield in Cheshire, it was just like your army helmet. I recall selling it at Shudehill market in Manchester for 1-17shillings and 6 pence!

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    Quote by HARRY THE MOLE View Post
    Very nice helmets Mike. In the early 60's I was given a German helmet that had been left on a shelf at Woodford Airfield in Cheshire, it was just like your army helmet. I recall selling it at Shudehill market in Manchester for 1-17shillings and 6 pence!
    hi. do remember the german helmets and militaria in stensbys gun shop at shudehill ?. i bought my first lee enfield no 4 there but was treated rather disdainfully , probably because i had long hair. never gave them any of my hard earned money after that experience. cheers, mike

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    panelvan,
    i was in Stensbys recently, yes its still there !....there is still a small amount of German militaria in the shop, for sale at high prices.....

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