French A.N.P. T-31 Artillerie
The French A.N.P. T-31 Artillerie 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 artillery sighting eyepieces and was made in 1940.
A.N.P. = "Appareil Normal de Protection = "Regular Protection Device"
Artillerie = "Artillery"
Stamp on cheek "SER-40-20"
Size stamp on cheek "TO"
Stamp inside mask "C.A.G.9"
Size stamp on head harness "TO"
Filter stamps top view "C.36-1733" "103 40"
Filter stamp side view
Replacement eyepiece in package