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ww1 tank crew mask

Article about: Here is some photos of my 1st ww british tank crew mask, which I am told is very rare ?

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    Beware fakes coming out of the UK Midlands!!

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    ....really?..are they copying these too now?...'not seen any....yet!

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    They have been faking these for over 20 years now..
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    To make this post useful in the future...

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    **UPDATE** This is an example of a fake, a phony, a knock off. There is a person out there trying to sell this mask currently. After doing a ton of research I can say with certainty that this is a reproduction being sold as authentic. There are unfortunately many people out there hoping to prey on the uninformed. I might have been one of them if I didn't know better to ask questions and do more research before purchasing an item like this. I've always been a huge X-Files fan and I guess the title of Episode 6 of Season 9 had it right... "Trust No 1". Sad but true much of the time (especially in the field of military collecting).

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    Last edited by KnuckleDuster; 11-26-2020 at 06:44 AM.

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    I thought there was another thread on here somewhere....I know I’ve accessed quite a thorough and helpful comparison Paper on these in the last year or so......the author had put a lot of work into the topic........or did I dream it all........

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    My apologies. I should have done a more exhaustive search. Looks like I've found the article--and other threads on the topic--you speak of. I'm convinced the one in question is fake.

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    After much research on this site, and elsewhere, I was able to land an authentic WWI British tank mask.
    Last edited by KnuckleDuster; 11-25-2020 at 05:53 PM.

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    I just received my WWI tank mask in the mail today, all the way from the Buckeye State, and I'm absolutely thrilled! There's always a sense of trepidation buying a high valued item on the internet but as you can tell from the images this one is 100% authentic. As a high school history teacher I've been building up a modest collection of vintage militaria, focused mainly on WWI, for the past decade or so. This tank mask will definitely be a centerpiece in my collection and I'm very excited to share it with my students this January.

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