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Bulgarian Helmet M36

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    not what I can recall from the three models I have

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    no markings on helmet,only the size of the skin stamp ink

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    i think this is where the trouble lies with dating bulgarian helmet shells a similar problem with spanish helmet's ,chris i would say your mint example would be refurbed some time in the 1970's , i have the same splinter pattern cover on my m51/72 and it is exchangable with the m36 .is there a date stamp visible on your liner please
    thanks james

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    I found this type of helmet was used to 70s, but the first models (before ww2)had a liner made in Germany and on them was stamp of maker

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    Here is my M 36/C with a different liner construction which is riveted similar to the type A. The liner is stamped but a bit difficult to see.

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    Quote by James C View Post
    i think this is where the trouble lies with dating bulgarian helmet shells a similar problem with spanish helmet's ,chris i would say your mint example would be refurbed some time in the 1970's , i have the same splinter pattern cover on my m51/72 and it is exchangable with the m36 .is there a date stamp visible on your liner please
    thanks james
    G'day James.
    I checked both sides and no date stamp visible, just a hand written '59' for the size.
    Cheers
    Best regards,
    Chris

    "Knowledge rests not upon truth alone, but upon error also."
    Carl Jung

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    Thanks chris well it was worth an ask mate ,here is the date stamp on my bulgarian m51/72Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote by mpw View Post
    Here is my M 36/C with a different liner construction which is riveted similar to the type A. The liner is stamped but a bit difficult to see.

    Mark.
    G'day Mark as you probably know this one has a Bulgarian made liner

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    I do not have the coverfor helmet, but I have a uniformClick image for larger version. 

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    here's my salty old Bulgarian M36A with an old style leather liner.
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