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Brodie helmet

Article about: Hi hope of interest , a bit moth eaten but nicely named on the rim.

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    Thanks for the advise, I may do that just to be on the safe side, I know it should be OK as long as I don't go throwing it around the place. What was the asbestos layer for .

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    I had heard it was there with the idea of helping cool your head by absorbing the heat - I may be wrong though. This is a nice piece! I especially like personalised items like this with names or inscriptions by the original wearer.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    A beautiful helmet thanks for showing
    Here is a link for my one WW1 Great War Biitish Mark 1 Brodie Helmet

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    Many thanks for looking, and the info on the asbestos finMC, also thanks for the helnet link Ian , that is what I call a beauty.

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    Great example and the paint and texture is fantastic well done to you,and for posting!.............

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    Certainly a good example.

    I have had a few over the years, still have two but the best one I had I sold, the paint finish was in truly superb condition.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Brodie helmet  


    Whatever its just an opinion.

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