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  1. Polish Wz.50 Helmet

    Polish Wz.50 Helmet

    Externally, the Wz.50 helmet resembles the Russian Ssh40 helmet closely, the liner, however, was a copy of the Italian M33 liner. Used by the Polish Armed Forces until the introduction of the Wz.67 helmet, the Wz.50 was also widely exported.

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  2. Hungarian Model 70 Helmet

    Hungarian Model 70 Helmet

    Designed to replace the Model 1950, the Model 1970 featured substantial improvements, including a four-pad adjustable liner, 'Y' chinstraps, and anti-infrared plastic paint.

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  3. Bulgarian Model 51/72 Helmet

    Bulgarian Model 51/72 Helmet

    Designed in 1951, the Bulgarian M51 helmet was heavily influenced by Italian helmets. This style of helmet was used up until the 1990s with small variations in the shell, rivets, liners and chinstrap. This was the last variation of the helmet and is believed to have been introduced in 1972.

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  4. Swiss Model 1968 Helmet

    Swiss Model 1968 Helmet

    The Swiss Model 71 helmet is both smaller and more narrow than the Model 1918/40.

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  5. French Model 51 Helmet

    French Model 51 Helmet

    This helmet was introduced by the French in the 1950s. Basically a copy of the US M1 steel helmet, the shape differs slightly, being deeper and slightly wider than the US helmet. Like the US helmets the liner is detachable and can be adjusted to fit many different sizes.

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  6. Danish Model 41 Helmet

    Danish Model 41 Helmet

    Similar in shape to the earlier Model 23 helmet, the Model 41 is made from a thinner steel and is substantially lighter. Possibly designed for civil defence use, the helmet has a small hole in the front for affixing a badge (unfortunately the badge is now missing).

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  7. Bulgarian Model 36C Helmet

    Bulgarian Model 36C Helmet

    These helmets Bulgarian M36C helmets are in very good condition. While they do not appear to have seen much use and the liners are in excellent condition, there is some damage to the external painted finish.

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  8. British No.3 Mk.I 'Despatch Rider's' Helmet

    British No.3 Mk.I 'Despatch Rider's' Helmet

    This original helmet, is in excellent condition. While there a small areas of wear to the dark grey painted finish, the majority of this finish is in excellent condition. The liner is marked with the manufacturers mark BMB (Briggs Motor Bodies Ltd) and dated 1945. The helmet is a size 7. The helmet lining shows no signs of use with only minor marks as a result of storage.

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  9. USSR Ssh-40 Helmet

    USSR Ssh-40 Helmet

    These original Ssh-40 helmets were manufactured after the Second World War. They do not appear to have seen use and are in excellent condition. The shells do have minor markings to the painted finish.

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