British Mk2 Helmet – Worn by a Dutchman ‘Interpreter’
Very interesting WW2 British MkII helmet, what we think was worn by a Dutch interpreter. To one side an orange triangle painted on the helmet, same what the Dutch used pre 1940 on their Fokker aircraft, and on the otherside a Dutch flag. This helmet was found in Ede and has not been in a collection before, uncleaned condition. There are some normal damages and scratches caused by usage. Its original liner and chinstrap present, maker marked AG&Co, dated 1942 size 7.
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