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A friend of mine bought this from the WWII vet back in the 1980s in Royal Oak, Michigan. This is a very attractive example. The front seam shell has great original paint and a super tan strap with war time fittings. The Westinghouse liner is excellent. The sweatband is a little dry, but still very good. The leather strap is solid, but also a little dry. Overall, this is a really attractive WWII example.
This is a very attractive example. The front seam shell has great original paint and a super strap with war time fittings. The Westinghouse liner is excellent. The sweatband is solid but the leather chinstrap is broken in half, but all there. Overall, this is a really attractive WWII example.
This was bought back in the early 1970's buy a friend who collected US stuff, back before these things were faked. The paint is excellent showing only very light honest age. The Firestone liner is also excellent. This one is a real "looker". I feel guilty selling it.
This is a great all original example with super paint. The liner and strap are both great. It's a real winner.
This is a good solid example with very good paint and really nice strap. The liner is good but has a hole in one pad. It looks nice and will display fine.
This is a good solid example with very good paint and really nice strap. The liner is very dry and cracked but all there. It looks nice and will display fine.
This is a nice looking un-issued set. The leather shows some light age, and is a little dry, but without issues. the goggles are all there and very good. The earphones are there, and correct, but missing all the wiring. Still, they look good and add to the display. This will look great with your other US WWII headgear.
This is not an import from India, but an actual GI used one. It shows some honest age and use, but is overall solid. The leather is a bit dry, and one of the ear pieces, used to hold the electronics in, is torn. The back elastic strap is missing, but still, it is looks good and perfect for your display.
These are hard to find police marked and used. The condition is very good, and complete. It will look good in your display.
This is a for sure real one I bought form one of the best pickers in SE Michigan. It is a small size and shows some dirt and light strains. The sweatband is a little cracked too. Overall, this is a real airborne cap, which looks nice and is 100% original.
This is from a recent estate sale of a WWII US 28th Div vet's footlocker in Waterford, Michigan. If shows some light age and use, but is a really solid good looking example.
This is a good example of a classic piece of G.I. WWII field headgear. It is right out of the woodwork in Maumee, Ohio. Both of these 2 pieces came together. It shows some age, use and mothing, but is mostly solid and will display well.
This is a really nice cap made with officer's quality wool. It is super clean with nice bright colored piping. It has no mothing or problems, shows no use, and has a nice tag on the inside.
This is a really nice set without issues or problems; everything is very solid and sound. They are not mint but excellent.
This is not a mint set, but is original, complete and good for a display. The glass is fine. The band is a bit dirty and stretched, but sound. The rubber is solid, but carved out on the inside, by the pilot, for a better fit. Overall, they look a little dirty, but all original and sound. Sorry, dog not included.