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This is a good solid example showing only light honest age and use. It's named to a Marine Raider, but the writings are post war done. This came with a set of camo and some other items from an old collection. I am told that the collector bought this item from the vet years ago and did the label himself. Anyway, it's a nice example which will display very well.
This is a very attractive example. The rear seam shell has great original paint and an excellent chinstrap. The paint is great! The liner has nice green paint. The inside shows a good amount of age and use. The leather chinstrap is very fragile, but there. This is a perfect GI WWII display helmet for your collection. It really looks nice!
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 really nice set without issues or problems; everything is very solid and sound. They are not mint but excellent.