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    Default Some, but Not All, for 2013

    Here are the ones that I recall are from 2013. There are others, either not yet photographed, or not recalled. In no particular order: an M38 one piece SA; a double decal SS droopbill Parade helmet; a choice M1 Austrian; an M34 L/W Crash Crew with a Gold Leaf Adler; an M38 3 piece RAD (ink stamped in liner); a reverse double decal droopbill Police helmet; an Erel fibrehelm with variant commercially produced L/W decals; a no decal commercially manufactured M18 SS helmet issued at the Sachenhausen concentration camp; an M16 camo Foot Guard helmet with WHITE separation lines and a company designation "3" in white on the rear; an M34 L/W Crash Crew with standard second pattern Adler decal; and an M16 camo with 2 pick axe holes from when it was de-mil'ed after WWI as per the Versailles treaty. I was a VERY BAD BOY this year. Jim G.
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  3. #42

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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    Love the paint on the second one mate!...
    James - I see the missus still can't get you to do any garden work.
    Mind, the helmets do look better against this backdrop rather than daisies
    Cheers, Dan
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Jesus Jim save some for the rest of us! LOL the Austrian was from Ken N wasn't it? I remember he had one and I was typing the email when it came up as on hold. That was a heart breaker to have missed. But they all look great Jim!

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    Quote by helmetone View Post
    Jesus Jim save some for the rest of us! LOL the Austrian was from Ken N wasn't it? I remember he had one and I was typing the email when it came up as on hold. That was a heart breaker to have missed. But they all look great Jim!
    Actually, the Austrian came from Al Barrows, and it is in fact in a little better shape than the one that was on Ken's site. That reminds me, I also picked up a "mud camo" Austrian M16 this year, but have not yet taken pictures of it. It is complete, but pretty beat - probably laid in the field a while before the Dough Boy picked it up and sent it home. When I find the time I will post that one up, probably after the New Year. Cheers, Jim G.

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    Quote by helmet2id View Post
    Actually, the Austrian came from Al Barrows, and it is in fact in a little better shape than the one that was on Ken's site. That reminds me, I also picked up a "mud camo" Austrian M16 this year, but have not yet taken pictures of it. It is complete, but pretty beat - probably laid in the field a while before the Dough Boy picked it up and sent it home. When I find the time I will post that one up, probably after the New Year. Cheers, Jim G.
    You did very well Jim.
    Some very nice helmets,all very interesting ones.
    chris

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    Quote by helmet2id View Post
    Actually, the Austrian came from Al Barrows, and it is in fact in a little better shape than the one that was on Ken's site. That reminds me, I also picked up a "mud camo" Austrian M16 this year, but have not yet taken pictures of it. It is complete, but pretty beat - probably laid in the field a while before the Dough Boy picked it up and sent it home. When I find the time I will post that one up, probably after the New Year. Cheers, Jim G.
    Ahhhh, well then, I guess someone else got that Austrian. I just remember it was complete and thought maybe this was the one. I thought wrong! Eeeekkkk

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    I got two this year, a Q m40 and one for Christmas which I'll post after Christmas! A m16, can't wait!!

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    Quote by TheGoon View Post
    I got two this year, a Q m40 and one for Christmas which I'll post after Christmas! A m16, can't wait!!
    Where are the pictures man, where are the pictures????? We are all "jonesing" for the pictures. Thanks, Jim G.

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    After Christmas

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    And Jim I'm jealous of your collection! You make mine just embarrassing

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