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  • Birthday 08/19/1960

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  1. Hello Gents, I will share my latest helmet in my collection. Left behind after the libiration of Kruishoutem ( Belgium, East-Flanders ) and now find on a ceiling after al these years in a Original chape!! The helmet is a Canadian G.S.W. 1941 and the liner a V.M.C. 1943, the flash is from the Britich 3de Division. For me, a sleeping beauty,and one of my best in collection so far. I will post more picks. Greetings, Rudi
  2. Hello Pharaoh, The marking YJ was a heat stamp of the steel supplieer for this M1917 helmet. Greetings, Rudi
  3. Hello Jason, I think ? The flash is from the WWI US 77 division. The marckings on the helmet are from the steel surpliers. Greetings, Rudi ( brodi )
  4. Sorry Gents, It's not a bobytrap. Last weekend i have visit the Albert Museum ( Somme, France ) It's the insite of a WW1 electrical kabel trolley ( engineers ) Later on i will post some pictures. Greetings, Rudi
  5. Hello Gents, Recently i have found a verry rare item on the net. A British WW1 I.E.D. ( improvised explosion device) They where hidden on the wooden floors of the trances Greetings, Rudi
  6. MKII British

    Hello , This is a post-war Greek liner, typical brown liner with aluminium cros liners. Greetings, Rudi
  7. Hello, The markingstamp FKS can be from the steelsupplier T.Firth&sons Ltd of Sheffield, between 1916/1918, also now under FS or F , the 31 can be a lotnumber? Nice relic Greetings Rudi
  8. Hello, The BELGIUM mkii clones have always a sunken pressing in the schell for the nut and bold, this is typical for the Belgium helmets. Greetings
  9. Hello Susie, i most disappoint you with the schell, it's a American helmet WW1, with the heat-stamps ZD ( 1917 ) The attachment's for the chinstrap are solid rivet, the Britsh made brodies are split rivet You can take a look by the sub-forum ( the brodie Helmets and its devirates ) Greetings, Rudi
  10. Greetings, and a verry new year! Rudi
  11. Thanks, Now i know that my other leather pair of knee-pats are airborne to.( see topic strange knee-pats) Bout came from the same person. Greetings and a verry Christmas to al of you Rudi
  12. Hello gents, These are paratroopers knee pat's. Leather construction with leather covered padde interior. Greetings and a verry Christmas to al, Rudi
  13. Hello Gents, I have find it!! These pad's are for the artillery men, see on the right leg on the picture. Greetings, Rudi
  14. Hello Jerry,

    I 'm a small British collector, but i 'm collecting the Brodie-helmets and the Clones on marking-stamps,schell ,  liner and country, WWi and WWII.

    My question for you, is this a Surplus Value? in my collection.

    Greetings,  Rudi ( Belgium )