Original U.S. WWII M1 Paratrooper Helmet with Westinghouse Jump Liner

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This is a genuine late WWII rear seam M-1C helmet shell with original paint. The liner is an very nice condition Westinghouse Paratrooper liner with correct rigging.

This M-1C paratrooper helmet is what would have been used during WWII by members of the various Parachute Infantry Regiments towards the end of WWII.

The M-1 helmet retains it's original cork grain paint and swivel bale chinstrap loops. It also has original shuttle loom sewn chinstraps set with original hardware and snaps. The shell is marked 1179A indicating it was manufactured by the McCord Radiator and Manufacturing Company of Detroit Michigan in September, 1944.

The M-1 liner provided with this helmet has an original suspension liner made to airborne specifications. It has original HBT cloth suspension (which includes): upper suspension, lace cord, back-strap, nape strap, sweatband, internal airborne snaps, leather liner chinstrap, shuttle loomed A straps with with original brass wire buckles. The chin cup is a fleece lined variation and while and solid, some stitching has popped.

This is a very affordable way to get an original configuration WWII Paratrooper Helmet for a fraction of the cost.
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