Another recent acquisition... an officer's Adrian helmet with veteran's plate and name. The liner is second pattern and the veteran's plate is inscribed with: 'COMMANDANT L Caillard.' The rank of Commandant is equivalent to 'Major' in the British army, and an officer of that rank would usually command a battery of guns. The repair to the liner appears to be period-done, and it looks like an attempt to make the liner a larger fit. Officers helmets are becoming increasingly harder to find, and named examples are rarely seen at all.