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Article about: Hello, here another M1-Veteran. It belonged to a Captain and was worn long and hard. The shell comes from WW2 production and has several layers of paint, some of which have already peeled of

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    Hello,

    here another M1-Veteran.

    It belonged to a Captain and was worn long and hard.

    The shell comes from WW2 production and has several layers of paint, some of which have already peeled off. The helmet came without a cover, which he doesn't need with his charisma. The helmet looks like the bark of an old tree. The captain bars were attached with tape at the front. It was also repainted white.
    The chin strap is from the 1960s.

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    The liner was made in 1961. Chin strap, sweatband and neckband are also products from the 1960's. The liner has also received the captian bars.

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    Long history on that lid. Nice to see in a good place.
    John

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    This Helmet oozes character. You have been showing off some good ones lately.

    Marty
    Fortune favors the brave 644th td

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    Have to concur you certainly have one of if not the best collection of post war M1's.another super nice ranked set with tons of service life and history.

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