French A.N.P. T-31

The French A.N.P. T-31 used the same cloth facepiece as its predecessor the A.R.S., but had a completely different metal inlet/outlet assembly.  It was issued to French soldiers during World War II.  This example is equipped with a corrugated rubber hose and was made in 1937.

A.N.P. = Appareil Normal de Protection = "Regular Protection Device"

Stamp
Stamp

Manufacturer and model stamp on cheek "SNCF. 37 AGR. 1734 Ets LUCHAIRE 171 Bd Haussmann, PARIS"

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Stamp

Date stamp under chin "1-37-1066"

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Stamp

Size stamp on cheek "TO"

Rubber stamp
Rubber stamp

Stamp inside mask "SIT 36"

Rubber stamp
Rubber stamp

Stamp on hose "80"

Filter
Filter

Filter stamps bottom view "POELMAN Ets R. SCHNEIDER" "LU4 38"

Carrier
Carrier

Bag front view

Carrier
Carrier

Bag back view

Carrier
Carrier

Stamp inside bag "SNCF 37 Luchaire"