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Original german helmet liner? Need opinions...

Article about: Hi, I can buy (130,00 euros!) this liner, but I need your opinions. Is it an original one? The price is correct or expensive? Thank you in advanced. Partisan

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    Default Original german helmet liner? Need opinions...

    Hi,
    I can buy (130,00 euros!) this liner, but I need your opinions. Is it an original one? The price is correct or expensive?
    Thank you in advanced.
    Partisan
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    An original German liner...I see no problems here. Prices keep going up on these, so I say get it now if you need one...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Missing a fewinet pins but leather looks original. .

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    partisan!I apologize for the placement of images in your topic ..
    I wanted to take this opportunity to ask a respected collectors.
    I (and I am sure you too)) drew attention to the different versions of stamping on liners(Litzmannstadt).
    I wanted to ask, it is normal practice?
    Or one of the two fake?
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    This doesen't matter, there was not only one machine which makes the liner rings and marked them within one factory. Both liners are OK
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Quote by Lemeshko View Post
    partisan!I apologize for the placement of images in your topic ..
    I wanted to take this opportunity to ask a respected collectors.
    I (and I am sure you too)) drew attention to the different versions of stamping on liners(Litzmannstadt).
    I wanted to ask, it is normal practice?
    Or one of the two fake?
    Hi , both look like good originals to me , I guess the different stamping type is down to more than one machine being used by the factory. The machines themselves may not have even been made by the same company , hence different type sets. Leon.
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