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Helmet of the RCCS

Original WW2 Canadian MkII helmet with decal of the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals (RCCS).  The shell is marked with a Canadian service number C-#### (not readable). The helmet is in used condition. The shell maker marking are not readable but the construction of the shell tells us this is a Canadian made helmet. British liner is in used condition and is maker marked TTC 1942. Complete with chinstrap (replaced at some point).

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Original WW2 Canadian MkI helmet with flash of the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals (RCCS).
The helmet is recently found during a house clearing in Hengelo, the Netherlands. The helmet is in good used condition. Most interesting are the names and city places scratches on the outside of the helmet, pretty unique. The helmet is a Canadian production, GSW (General Steel Wares) and dated 1942. The liner is in good used condition and is maker marked VMC 1942. Complete with chinstrap. The helmet has never been cleaned or taken apart. Nice dark finish.

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Weight 1000 g

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