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The stamps on the underside of the brim "F & L I 1939" (F & L, Fisher and Ludlow ,manufacturers, of Birmingham 1939). The liner is stamped size "7" and "JCS & W Ltd I 1939" (J Compton Sons and Webb, liner ,manufacturers, 1939). These MkII ,helmets, remained in service with the British Army (and other Allied and Commonwealth Forces) well after WWII.
The ,Maker, stamp together with the ,helmet, size stamp are found on the wearers left side or for a mid to late war ,helmet, the ,maker, and size stamp are found above the lot number on the back. Following ,helmet, sizes were produced with the most common size of the day being size 62 and 64. Size 70 and 72 ,helmets, are very rare. 60 with 52 or 53 liner band
This second ,helmet, is from the second production run of the ,M1 helmet,, manufactured between 1966 and 1967. This second version of the ,M1, had a slightly different "steel pot" profile. Most noticeably, the rear of the ,helmet, has been raised to give more clearance for packs, etc. Another change that was made on these 2nd run ,helmets,, was the chin ...
The first mass produced ,M1,, this fixed bale ,helmet, has the short chinstraps which were unable to be affixed around the rear of the shell, the shell is a McCord manufactured front seam with rough textured paint. The fibre liner was made by Hawley Products Co and were made of two layers of compressed fibre, these liners were replaced in 1942 due to their poor durability in humid climates ...
The ,M1 Helmet, is a steel ,helmet, of American origin. The ,M1 helmet, consists of two main pieces, the ,helmet, liner and ,helmet, shell. The ,helmet, weighed on average 3 pounds, with slight weight variations for ,helmets, produced at different time periods and by different companies.
178USHEL11 - Army WWII winter camouflage medic/doctor's ,M1 helmet,. This ,helmet, is out of the collection of a U.S. Army combat surgeon who collected medical related ,helmets,. This ,helmet, presents winter white base on the ,helmet's, shell and hand-painted red crosses on the front, sides and rear. Standard liner is complete. $1,000. More Photos
This ,helmet, is not an ,M1, clone; it is a US manufactured ,M1 helmet, and liner. It has the distinctive color and insignia which identifies troops in the field as part of the UN peacekeeping forces. As with all post-1944 ,M1, the rim is joined in the rear of the ,helmet,.
Dating ,m1 helmet, shell Initially they were dyed olive drab number three which was technically a greenish khaki, but in practice was produced in varying shades from khaki to greenish khaki. In , a decision was made to phase out olive drab number three in favor of olive drab number seven, or dark olive drab.