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Tri-Color Camo M40

Article about: I posted this here, but thought it warranted it's own thread. http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attic-...gbacks-658144/ This was acquired as part of a grouping to a US Troop Carrier; Tri-Color C

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    I posted this here, but thought it warranted it's own thread.

    US Troop Carrier Grouping with German Bringbacks

    This was acquired as part of a grouping to a US Troop Carrier; Tri-Color Camo M40.

    I can't tell if there are signs of a decal, or not. There is what looks like a wing, but could be a brush stroke.

    Sadly, the liner is completely dry rotted.

    In any case, I thought everyone may appreciate a fresh out of the woodwork camo helmet.



    Thanks, and all comments are welcomed!

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    Nice camo helmet eric!!!

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    Great helmet , love the paint ! Good luck with the peaked cap repair .
    Cheers Chris

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    Very nice, congrats!!!

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    I love the paint scheme!! Sure it is even nicer than the photos show.
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    Now That's a camo that I Like! No squabbling over This one! A shame the liner took such a knock, but it is what it is. Nice find!
    William

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    Thanks, all!

    William, I do wish the liner was in better shape, but I guess beggars can't be choosers. This is my first camo helmet, and it makes a world of difference to have provenance to go with it. Thanks again!

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    A fine looking cammo, and even better with it's provenance and history, well done and thanks for showing it. Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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    Great helmet will display very well, with or without a liner.

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    Dull and flat paint, that's what I like to see in a camo, I like it. Good pics too, no glare.

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