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Article about: Hi all this is my brothers polish wz67 helmet that he bought from Anchor Supplies for 14.50. It is dated 1969 and I can supply more pictures if required. The paint on the front was on it wh

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    Hi all this is my brothers polish wz67 helmet that he bought from Anchor Supplies for 14.50. It is dated 1969 and I can supply more pictures if required. The paint on the front was on it when he bought it.
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    A great lid for fourteen and a half quid!.....I'm a poet and didn't know it!...........
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    hi matty and thanks for showing the liner system is identical to my fiber version ,i wonder if the frontal insignia is intact under the black paint ,1967 is quite a vintage ,i just wish i could age as well cheers james

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    Quote by James C View Post
    hi matty and thanks for showing the liner system is identical to my fiber version ,i wonder if the frontal insignia is intact under the black paint ,1967 is quite a vintage ,i just wish i could age as well cheers james
    The liner system seems alot like the MKII helmet liner to me, maybe there was some influence? The paint over the insignia is a very dark shade of green in person with some black underneath, so maybe the insignia is still there.
    Last edited by Steelhead10; 12-26-2014 at 07:27 PM.

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    thats a good point matty ,the liner crusible pad is there very much like the brit mk11 ,id be too tempted to dig for the polish arms of service eagle stencil

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    Quote by James C View Post
    thats a good point matty ,the liner crusible pad is there very much like the brit mk11 ,id be too tempted to dig for the polish arms of service eagle stencil
    I think it will be left like this as it adds to the character. And im not so sure its a polish arms of service Eagle, but it could be.

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    The chinstrap lugs are very much like the ones on later MKII and MKIII helmets.

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    Great price and example shown,thanks for sharing

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