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My "New" Helmet, Steel, MK1

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    Default My "New" Helmet, Steel, MK1

    Hi all. Although I have not been particularly active on the forum for a while I thought I would share one of my latest acquisitions. As far as I can tell this is a genuine First World War, Helmet, Steel, MK1 in quite decent condition for its age. As the weather here today is lousy I have had to take shots with the flash on which has made it look greener than it is, so I have also attached a photo without flash to show how it actually looks. Any comments are welcome. Cheers.
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    Very nice helmet, does it have a rubber ring under the liner pad? and thanks for posting

    Matt

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    Looks to be a real nice example.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Great 100 year old find,and complete too,looks totally original so good one..............
    With Regards Jake.

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    Thanks guys. I don't think it has a rubber donut fitted.

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    No rubber ring dates it to something like Aug. 1916 to May 1917 or there about (from memory so I may be wrong). Is the Brodie's Steel Helmet patent stamp under the oil cloth liner?

    Tony

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