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Two Belgian M51 Helmets

Article about: I was given this shell recently: So, I bought this liner online: The label in the crown reveals that it was originally made in 1960 by COGEBI (the Belgian General Insulation Company) for the

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    The Balls and moon cover is actually an offcut swatch of material supplied by a forum member James C... the inner tube as well!!!! thanks again James!!!

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    Hi JBR, you are more than welcome, regarding the nets they all look authentic to me, and as far as I recall were copies of the British WW2 type, the elasticated cover could well have been used on the Belgium M-71 here's a link regarding the M- 71 Belgium M71 - Brendon's Helmets

    I have been after an M-71 for a while now, and great news on the M-56 shell that is a double bonus!

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