Cloth helmet covers worn over the pickelhaube.
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Again more of a canvas or Burlap fabric. OR Uberzug, with nice green painted L 22 on front.
Nice stamp inside.
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Most deffinitly a rare bird
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Excellent James....that one has "seen the elephant". For our European members... this phrase comes from the American Civil War 1861-65 it means it has seen battle. You go to the "Circus" and you "see the elephant" circus is slang at this time for "battle"! Nice soldat feld repairs.
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