US M1 Helmet with Second Infantry Division / NCO

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 17,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

M1 Helmet, US GI issue...

Second Infantry (Indian Head) Division, markings and NCO stripe added to the helmet to recreate the "WWII look", or represent a helmet used in WWII. This is NOT an Original 2nd ID WWII helmet. The Khaki helmet chin straps shown are included. The helmet is a swivle bail and is very good shape. This helmet comes with a modern, post-WWII liner, in case you want the helmet to wear for living history. Leather liner chinstrap and helmet net are shown for advertisement pictures only, not provided in this auction. You will need to add your own liner strap. I will include a helmet net (with 1/2" squares) with some burlap scrim for you to use for display.

This is a 2nd I.D. helmet just as used in Brittany. Professional 2nd ID Infantry emblem added, and the NCO stripe was handpainted.This helmet makes a nice display piece, and would be a great addition to your collection.

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Helmet is just like the uniforms the actors wore in: Battleground, The Longest Day, Battle of The Bulge and other similar WWII movies.

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