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SE66 camo w/ Marsh cover

Article about: Hello all, I picked this one up recently and wanted to get some additional opinions for reference. This was originally purchased at auction from the Vet's Estate with the cover on it. The se

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    I really enjoy reading these discussions. I like the helmet.

    Thanks,

    William H.

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    Quote by VikingRelics View Post
    Not a helmet I would own in my collection.
    Why is that? Please, enlighten me.

    Thanks!

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    I can only add that the camo cover is from the pattern 43 & 44 types (from my observations 43 type has far more variations compared to the 44 type) and looks to be field made - note the part rb no. on the top loop, all of this material could be from a reversible smock other than the 44 type side panel. Certainly genuine camouflage material
    one more note- there is also obvious stitching remnants on the other side panel so defo from a cut up garment
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    Quote by VikingRelics View Post
    Not a helmet I would own in my collection.
    I also do not understand this comment. The cover and helmet appear to have been together for a long time. When items were not available to a soldier through normal channels of supply, they improvise and I agree that the cover is field made.
    BOB

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    thanks again for all of the help with this one!

    the helmet and cover are now accompanied by printed and signed expertise from both helmet expert Ken Bolton and author on the subject Ken Niewiarowicz.

    William Kramer
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