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A friend of mine owns this and will sell it to me if I offer him enough money and we can agree a price on it, though never having seen another for sale I have no real idea what to offer him.

 

It's a mark one star with First Aid Nursing Yeomanry decal on it.

 

 

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Looks like you have a nice fany there Jerry,sorry had to be said.

 But like you have not seen one before & being on a Mk1*, even better.

Offer him an arm or a leg, or at least one of you kidney's.

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Looks like you have a nice fany there Jerry,sorry had to be said.

 But like you have not seen one before & being on a Mk1*, even better.

Offer him an arm or a leg, or at least one of you kidney's.

 

 

Indeed mate, but what is that is cash terms, ball park figure?

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A standard Mk1* is worth £100 at least, an army flashed one 250 to 300 depending on what regiment/division.

That one £150-200 maybe.

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Nice helmet,

 

Rimless , and the metal supplieer is H.S. ( Hadfield Ltd of Sheffield ) WWI

Liner is replaced for a MKI - liner, but still a verry nice helmet!!!

In Belgium you will give for this helmet 120/160€

 

Greetings, and good luck with the sale!

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My wife purchased this for my upcoming birthday. :smile:

 

 

 

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I would not claim to have been a good boy, but I do have a stunning and wonderful wife.

 

And no body parts were harmed in making this deal, thankfully :crying:

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Liner is replaced for a MKI - liner, but still a verry nice helmet!!!

 

THESE WERE REFURBED IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE 30'S WHEN THE UK REALISED WAR WAS COMING AND WHICH MAKES IT A RECOGNISED VARIANT HELMET, NOT SOMETHING MESSED WITH AS YOU SEEM TO THINK

 

In Belgium you will give for this helmet 120/160€

 

IF YOU CAN FIND ME ANOTHER THE SAME AS THIS FOR THAT PRICE I'LL BUY IT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

:question:  :attention:

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:question:  :attention:

WW1 Shell as per mk 1 star.

Untouched war item as it should be expected.

This is exactly how it should be.

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WW1 Shell as per mk 1 star.

Untouched war item as it should be expected.

This is exactly how it should be.

Dave,

 

Obviously I know what it is, the exclamations were for the other poster who seemed to not understand about MKI*'s

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Dave,

 

Obviously I know what it is, the exclamations were for the other poster who seemed to not understand about MKI*'s

Sorry jerry my mistake it was intended for the other post and not you.

oops. :ohmy::w00t:

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