First off, I am extremely impressed by Doug's camos! I can see the fragile state of the netting and I would want to handle it with kid gloves , as well. Your Normandy style camo lid is nicely cleaned off around the flying chicken decal! That must have been pretty precarious for the original owner. Great story about the DAK camo, as well. you are very lucky to have gotten this from a vet. Thanks again for contributing to my old thread
Schwerpunk, you have shown some awesome examples! I really like the textured one with the tri-color exposed
The Q m35 is sweet! Looks like a 66 or 68
thank you very much for sharing with the class!
This is a great first, in my opinion! The liner may be absent but the felt/wool padding still remains. Than you for showing it to us
I would elaborate more upon each , but this would take a LONG time
Thanks gentlemen .
Here's one I posted before an SE. That's my watermark on the decal close-up
Here's a Quist camo , originally a Belgian woodwork find by the previous collector who got it from a family member of a Belgian brigade Piron veteran.
More nice lufties Frank. I had forgotten about the camo. It's a nice one. But you have a superb unit marked one if I recall? ;-)
Yeah, super awesome camo, Frank! I always loved your avatar pic but I'm happy to see it close up the pattern is very nice looking and pleasing to the eye. It would be the centerpiece of my helmet collection, for sure thanks for sharing it with us.
some very nice helmets gents
here is a few of my Lw camo helmets
and some factory exemples