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  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish
  • Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish

Item: G6083

Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish

$1,900

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Army M42 with Normandy Camouflage Finish

This helmet features a triple camouflage spray finish of green, brown and tan - typical of the Normandy pattern finish. The exterior exhibits moderate to heavy period use/wear. The interior shows a complete leather liner with drawstring, well worn, but complete and untouched; the chinstrap has markings at the end, dated 1942; the shell is also stamped; nice example, just purchased from a Vet; in overall good to fine condition.
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