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  1. M-1 Helmet with Inland liner, Sergeant marked

    € 975.00
    McCord 'fixed bail' M-1 steel shell with high pressure plastic Inland liner. The steel shell has its original 11 row weave OD3 chinstraps with early type cast brass buckle. The short chinstrap was damaged and the J hook is secured by a knot. The heat stamp is only partially visible but seems to be 26D 3. The steel shell is adorned with painted Sergeant chevrons.
    The early Inland liner is type 3 variation. It features smooth exterior paint, rayon suspension with steel A washers and removable chinstrap. This variation is not unusual for a Westinghouse or MSA liner but to find an Inland with rayon suspension is just rare. The liner has handdrawn Staff Sergeant chevrons on the front (promotion?) and a laundry mark. This helmet is featured in my M-1 Helmet book (pages 306 - 307 of the 2007 Limited Edition and pages of 322 - 323 the 2010 Schiffer Edition). It is in very good condition. Fixed bail helmets with painted rank markings are very hard to find. This gem will be a top piece in any collection. Plus its featured in a book!

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  2. M-1 Helmet with Hood Rubber company liner, ID-ed

    € 775.00
    McCord'fixed bail' M-1 steel shell with Westinghouse liner. The steel shell has its original 11 row weave OD3 chinstraps with brass raised bar buckle. The heat stamp is 176A.
    The Hood Rubber company liner has the typical reenforcing disc with silver HR in the crown. It features cotton suspension, cotton headband with wire buckle and early type leather chinstrap with green coated steel flat lever buckle. The headband and neckband are broken due to tension. The liner still has its original paint and the front is marked with the name Leigl. The helmet belonged to William T. Leigl Jr. ,ASN 32606211, who enlisted on January 9, 1943.
    To find a helmet with a Hood Rubber company liner that was actually used is pretty rare. In addition this one is ID-ed. This is an all complete 100% original helmet with uncommon liner that will make a great addition to a collection. It has been in my collection for a long time but its time for a new home.

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  3. M-1 Helmet with type 1 Westinghouse liner

    € 875.00
    McCord'fixed bail' M-1 steel shell with Westinghouse liner. The steel shell has its original 11 row weave OD3 chinstraps with brass raised bar buckle. The heat stamp is 138A.
    The Westinghouse liner is a rare type 1 that features rayon suspension, rectangular washers and fixed leather chinstrap with square slide buckle, production 1942. The headband and neckband are of the cotton type, which is not uncommon to see in early type liners as these parts were more comfortable. The leather chinstrap is a bit dry but the fact it is still present is remarkable. Often these are missing and they can not be replaced. This is an all complete 100% original helmet with rare liner that will make a great addition to a collection. It has been in my collection for a long time but its time for a new home.

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  4. M-1 Helmet

    € 575.00
    Schlueter 'fixed bail' M-1 steel shell with high pressure plastic liner. The steel shell is a rare variation with its original 11 row weave OD7 chinstraps (not khaki OD3). It has a flat black coated brass buckle. The heat stamp seems to be 164 A with the S. The liner has no maker's mark, only a 5. It features green coated A washers and is complete with its original headband, neckband and leather chinstrap with green coated buckle. The leather chinstrap is a bit dry with some cracks. It is marked with an S. This helmet is featured in my M-1 Helmet book (pages 26 and 27 of the Limited Edition of 2007). It is in very good condition and would be a top piece in any collection. Fixed bail steel shells with OD7 shade chinstraps are very hard to find. They are missing from most collections.

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  5. Hawley fibre liner

    € 725.00
    Excellent condition Hawley fibre liner that features rayon suspension, rectangular aluminum washers and fixed leather chinstrap with brass square slide buckle. The use of aluminum and brass in the liner indicate this was one of the earliest production, late 1941 - early 1942. These materials were shortly after replaced by steel. The leather chinstrap is a bit crackled on the left side of the liner where it goes over the rim but it is firm. Early production fibre liners in excellent condition are hard to find. You'll be hardpressed to find a nicer one than this superb example!

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  6. Camouflaged St Clair liner

    € 875.00
    1st type St Clair liner with green painted interior, rayon suspension, rectangular steel washers and fixed leather chinstrap with square slide buckle. Although the leather chinstrap is present it is very fragile. The liner has a small yellow SC stamp in the dome. This yellow SC stamp is presented in my M-1 Helmet book, the 2010 Schiffer Edition on page 154 (bottom right). Green interior St Clair liners are the most difficult ones to find. Especially in this nice all original condition. But what makes this liner truly superb is the fact it has a hand painted camouflage scheme. This type of camouflage is associated with early campaigns (Africa, Italy). Original camouflaged helmets and liners are exceedingly difficult to find.
    A green interior St Clair liner is missing from nearly all collections. This is your chance to add such a rare gem to the collection and it is camouflaged to top it of! The liner is 100% original, nothing added, nothing replaced, plus its maker's stamp present in a book. View the many photos.

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  7. St Clair liner

    € 390.00
    Low pressure type 11 liner produced by the St Clair. The liner has cotton suspension with steel A washers and early type leather chinstrap with green coated flat lever buckle. Of interest is the fact the GI marked his liner well. He painted his full name and ASN on the inside. Gerard Vachon, ASN 31319755, enlisted on February 23, 1943. Overall the liner seems to have hardly been worn. It is in excellent condition and 100% original, nothing added, nothing replaced. St Clair liners are quite difficult to find, especially this nice and all complete and ID-ed to boot.

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  8. Liner chinstrap with brown buckle

    € 275.00

    Early type leather liner chinstrap with brown coated steel buckle. The triangular holders are green coated steel. The buckle has a large size flat lever. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. Leather chinstraps with brown buckle are extremely rare. This particular one is picture in my M-1 helmet book on page 95. It comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.


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  9. Liner chinstrap

    € 125.00
    Early type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. The buckle is a 'transitional' type with curved lever end with rounded corners. The chinstrap is marked on the reverse with an H in a circle for Hagerstown.Co. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These chinstraps are hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  10. Liner chinstrap

    € 135.00
    First type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. It has a flat lever buckle. The chinstrap is marked on the reverse with a H in a circle for Hagerstown. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These flat lever buckle chinstraps are extremely hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  11. Liner chinstrap

    € 125.00
    First type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. It has a flat lever buckle. The chinstrap is marked on the reverse with a W in a circle which may be of Wilder and Co. The condition is good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These flat lever buckle chinstraps are hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  12. Liner chinstrap

    € 125.00
    Early type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. The buckle is a 'transitional' type with curved lever end with rounded corners. The triangle shaped holders are of the earliest type without the reenforcing tube. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These chinstraps are hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  13. Liner chinstrap

    € 135.00
    Early type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. The buckle is a 'transitional' type with curved lever end with rounded corners. A name is written on the backside. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These chinstraps are hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  14. Liner chinstrap

    € 135.00
    Early type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. The buckle is a 'transitional' type with curved lever end with rounded corners. The triangle shaped holders are of the earliest type without the reenforcing tube. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These chinstraps are hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  15. Liner chinstrap

    € 125.00
    Early type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. The buckle is a 'transitional' type with curved lever end with rounded corners. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These chinstraps are hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  16. Liner chinstrap

    € 125.00
    Early type leather liner chinstrap with green coated steel hardware. The buckle is a 'transitional' type with curved lever end with rounded corners. The triangle shaped holders are of the earliest type without the reenforcing tube. The condition is very good. These type of chinstraps were used on early production liners with steel A washers. These chinstraps are hard to find today. This example comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  17. Rough out boots, size 9½ B

    € 425.00
    Early type rough out boots in very good condition. The boots arre marked on the inside and dated June 30, 1943. They have reenforcing rivets below the eyelets and are complete with correct steel tipped nylon laces. Rough out boots were commonly used during D Day and the campaign in the ETO. This pair was in my collection for a long time but its time for a new home. It is an excellent pair for display. Also see the last photo from the Quartermaster Supply Catalog of 1943 were this type of boots is described.

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  18. Rough out boots, size 11 A

    € 525.00
    Early type rough out boots in superb condition. The boots have crisp markings on the inside and are dated June 30, 1943. They have reenforcing rivets below the eyelets and are complete with their original steel tipped cotton laces. Rough out boots were commonly used during D Day and the campaign in the ETO. This pair was in my collection for a long time but its time for a new home. You'll be hardpressed to find a nicer pair. Also see the last photo from the Quartermaster Supply Catalog of 1943 were this type of boots is described.

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  19. Safety shoes, size 10 B

    € 290.00
    Rough out boots with steel toes and oil resistant soles and heels. These boots were used by Engineers, Port battalions and other units that required special boots. The boots are complete with wartime nylon laces. This type of boots is quite hard to find. Also see the last photo from the Quartermaster Supply Catalog of 1943 were this type of boots is shown.

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  20. Service boots with hobnails, size 10D

    € 600.00
    Type 1, smooth leather service boots with hobnails in very good condition. These are the type that have hobnails on the soles and heels (as opposed to the version with the steel rimmed). The boots have the original cotton steel tipped laces. There are no visible markings on the inside. This pair was in my collection for a long time but its time for a new home. They are of a good size also. Hobnailed boots are very hard to find, especially the all nail version, and are missing from most collections. This is your chance to grab a pair. And yes, these were also worn in the ETO. Also see the last two photos from the Quartermaster Supply Catalog of 1943 were this type of boots is shown.

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  21. Combat boots, size 8½ E

    € 375.00
    Aka 'buckle boots' introduced in 1943. These are actually service boots (size 8½ E) that have cuffs (size marked 8 E) added to them. The smooth leather service boots have toecaps and rubber soles and heels. They are complete with their original steel tipped cotton laces. The maker's mark is present but too faint to read. The modification of service boots to buckle boots was quite common to get rid of the cumbersome leggings when buckle boots were not yet in full supply. This type is however missing from most collections. The boots show use and a small part on the inside of one cuff met with a rodent. But overall the boots are very nice for display. This representative pair has been in my collection for a long time but its time for a new home.

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  22. Combat boots, size 10½ B

    € 395.00
    Aka 'buckle boots' introduced in 1943. This is an early produced pair January 17, 1944 dated. They have the reenforcing rivets below the eyelets and round wire buckles and are complete with the original nylon laces. The boots have a laundry mark painted in the cuffs but were hardly worn, if at all. This excellent condition early pair was in my collection for a long time but its time for a new home. You'll be hardpressed to find a nicer pair. Also see last two photos of Quartermaster Supply Catalog.

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  23. Rayon neckband size 4

    € 75.00
    With United Carr marked nickle coated brass snaps and sizemark 4. The neckband is shows use and will look great in a used liner. Rayon neckbands are just very hard to find on the loose. This is an original one and not a piece cut from a headband! The rayon neckband is in good condition. It comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  24. Rayon neckband size 5

    € 80.00
    With United Carr marked nickle coated brass snaps and sizemark 5. The neckband is shows use and will look great in a used liner. Rayon neckbands are just very hard to find on the loose. This is an original one and not a piece cut from a headband! The rayon neckband is in good condition. It comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock.

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  25. Rayon neckband size 4

    € 75.00
    With United Carr marked nickle coated brass snaps and size stamp 4. Nicely used which will look great in a used liner. Rayon neckbands are just very hard to find on the loose. This is an original one and not a piece cut from a headband! The rayon neckband is in very good condition and it comes from the M-1 Helmet.com collection stock. See also sample page from my book.

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