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    WW2 Bren chest CES and markings / labels

    I have a Inglis Mk2 to house - can anybody share details and photos of the Britishicon and Canadianicon CES, markings and paint for compare and contrast? I have one chest to refinish and equip and another that needs more substantial restoration.



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    The Canadianicon chest that I have has an interior that is unpainted, if memory serves me correctly (I haven't looked at it recently). As far as I am aware this is the only difference to a Britishicon chest, apart from variations in markings.

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