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  1. Yes your quite right Gildwiller, don't know why I thought they had a leather one, must have looked at to many ww1 helmets lately.
  2. Here's a British made WW1 helmet I spotted for sale on an American website has the stamp mark ML 11 which I have never seen before,so Manufacturer and Steel Supplier ( unknown ) and Heat/Batch code 11. Has no liner or chinstrap. Photo's from other sources.
  3. Here we have another US made M1917 helmet stamped ZA 181 still has the original liner and chinstrap. Photo's from other sources.
  4. Here we have another M1917 helmet marked ZA 189 has no liner but still has a chinstrap owned by a soldier of the 78th Division. Photo's from other sources.
  5. Here we have another M1917 helmet has no liner or chinstrap but marked ZG 47 has 27th Infantry Division Emblem on front. Photo's from other sources.
  6. Here's an ex WW1 helmet Shell refurbished into the Kelly M1917A1 Transitional Helmet used in WW2 has the stamp mark UC 309. They would have a leather chinstrap, but this one has a canvas chinstrap instead. Photo's from other sources.
  7. Here are 2 Brodie style helmets used by the US Merchant Marine Service and Civil Defence Services in WW2 made by BF McDonald & Co of Los Angeles, they would have a red paper sticker stuck to the inside of the helmet. Photo's from other sources.
  8. Here's a review and Clip from the comedy film JoJo Rabbit. https://www.smh.com.au/culture/movies/hitler-comedy-as-a-concept-it-s-a-risky-move-but-it-works-here-20191223-p53mg8.html
  9. Here's another British made helmet stamped D/F 76 by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield with steel supplied by Thomas Firth & Sons with Heat/Batch code 76, has a large Red Circle Emblem for Canadian 1st Division Ammunition Column on front of helmet. Photo's from other sources.
  10. Here we have another British made helmet stamped FS 169 by Thomas Firth & Sons of Sheffield both Manufacturer and Steel Supplier and Heat/Batch code 169. has the RED Brodie stamp on inside of liner. Photo's from other sources.
  11. Here we have another British made helmet stamped D/F 64 by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield and Steel Supplier Thomas Firth & Sons of Sheffield and Heat/Batch code 64. Has the Cameron Highlanders Emblem on front of helmet. Photo's from other sources.
  12. Here we have another M1917 helmet stamped ZC 74 still has it's liner and chinstrap in good condition has the 30th (Old Hickory ) Division Emblem to front of helmet. Photo's from other sources.
  13. Here's another US M1917 helmet stamped ZC 3 has the 3rd Infantry Division emblem on front of helmet. Photo's from other sources.
  14. Here are the latest copies of the MKII British Brodie helmets from China hitting the market there are also repro MKII chinstraps from India and Germany.
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