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Inland Paratrooper Liner

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    well looks like you got your answer on USMF you're a lucky fella indeed

  2. #12

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    well done indeed,im never that lucky,all the best dave.

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    That's great news! Well done. Congratulations!!

    Best Regards,

    Andy
    Best Regards,


    Andy

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    Thank you for all of your input. I appreciate your help. I posted on USMF also as I felt it couldnt hurt to get as many opinions as possible. Both forums are great IMHO.
    Thanks again.

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    Hi Anton well done! I will double your money for it (just joking)
    I would love to find one of these but unfortunately they are far to pricey for me.
    Is there any chance of clearer close up straight on picture of the A strap buckle please. And if possible the stitching of the cross bar of the A strap. Seen your pictures on the US forum but it would be great to see macro ones.
    Just for my own education.
    Thanks if you can and well done again.
    Rod

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    Here you go.
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    The lucky winner is FB 557B. I married them today. Fit like a glove. I think I am only going to pick up a chincup for it and leave the rest as is so not to damage the pristine webbing.
    Here are the wedding photos.
    Thanks again for your help and input.
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    Thanks again guys

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    Thanks for the extra pictures Anton
    I cant really see what I was looking for.
    Its just that i have noticed on originals that the buckle seems to have a kinda flat bit on the end that closes the H almost like a flaw or mould seam.(hard for me to explain)
    You can see what I mean on this thread farther down it.
    D Bail Para Helmet - U.S. Militaria Forum
    I don’t know if the fakers have managed to copy this small detail. Or even if it is present on all originals.
    You have made a good pair there looks great.
    Regards
    Rod

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    Default That looks like the one my grandfather had....

    How much are they worth ?

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