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Just spent the afternoon browsing the local antique shops. Saw this, but didn't buy it :speechless1: $120.00 USD.

Did buy the MP helmet liner though. Obviously seen better days, but the headbands appear to be original.

Just added a pic of the inside of the MP liner. Comments on age, etc would be appreciated.

Ed

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Man, how can you be a First Sergeant without a field desk! :whistle:

That would be a great addition to a war room. You think $120 was too much? Doesn't seem too bad; although I would've tried to bargain down nonetheless. Have you seen them for less?

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I love those field desk's! Missed one a couple year ago, something in the price region like thise one.

It was a couple of war's older(lol) ment for colonial purpose.

Thing is they require much more space then a helmet...

Especialy when field bed and field bath comes with the (field!)desk too.

cheers

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