Sorry post-war done.
The color of the inside of the shell looks to be the type used by the Polish .
Just my opinion.
Tough to call but I'm leaning toward Chris' opinion I think. The pins and probably liner are not from this shell IMO, or at least were not installed when the white was applied.
I must agree with Chris and Andy. I have no vibrations with this one. I think the liner is an Eastern Europe aged liner. The paint could be of the time period, post war and naturally aged. This is why I stay away from Camo helmets. I'm never 100% on any of them.
The inside almost appears to be a green color not a good feeling about this one
oh... very bad news... So, post-war linner, post-war shell, nothing to save from the helmet..
Well, this teach me to be 100% sure before buy anithing, and ask in the forum before making any decision, at least was not much money lost.. thank you very much for your opinions guys
Yes I agree, a bad camo, replaced liner for sure.
This is what the finish on a winter cammo should look like IMO. THis was found in the Demjansk pocket and formerly belonged to member Kradspam ( he can tell you more about it )
" When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "
Hi,i have only just looked at this one but I agree with the others,the "wear"is the thing that stuck right out to me, loads on the sides but the top is relatively un-damaged!! It's just not a natural look. Sorry, but I would send it back, Leon.
That is such a cool helmet Dan, I miss her a little bit