Original British WWII SFP Zuckerman Helmet - Dated June 1941
Original Item: Only One Available. The Zuckerman helmet, officially designated the Civilian Protective Helmet, was a British helmet designed for use by civil defense organizations and the general public during World War II. It was researched and designed by Solly Zuckerman, Derman Christopherson and Hugh Cairns.
This example is marked SFP, for 'Street Fire party', replaced later by the title 'Fire guard'. It also has been marked PSC for the Pressed Steel Company of Oxford on the inside rim. It is in good condition with original paint and liner. The inner rim of the helmet is stamped with the maker code and date 6/1941. The liner and attachment cord are in decent condition, with a chin strap that is broken. A nice example of home front headgear from the blitz!
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