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Evening gents

please have a look at the pics of my first American helmet.

it appears to be Ww2 ?

the batch number is 900 F

ive tried to find a website that I can date it from plus the manufacturer but I’ve had no luck .

can anyone help me out with this please.

also do you think the leather chin strap is original , there are no stamps on the inside of the rivets

or inside the chin strap clip.

many thanks









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Hello Duarte 1223

you obviously know your American helmets.

ive had a post on for a while now asking for advice on my single M1 helmet ,

please could you have a look and see what you think of it ?

the posting is just above yours (Martin 2)

thank you


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