WWII U.S. Front Seam M1 Steel Pot / Helmet (Used)
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WWII Steel Pot Helmets with Swivel Bales
Worn by U.S. soldiers in World War II, these helmets are genuine artifacts and getting harder to find. They’re perfect for collectors, history buffs, reenactors, and film and theater production.
Steel pot helmets provided countless uses for soldiers. In addition to head protection, G.I.s would turn them upside-down and use them to eat, dig trenches, brush their teeth, or play poker. The swivel bale was introduced during latter-era WWII; they allowed soldiers to sit and stand on their helmets
These helmets have seen action and may have signs of rust or wear.
Rare collector’s item worn by U.S. soldiers in WWII
Front seam style
Includes original J-hook chinstrap
Hot tub time machine room at bottom of front stairs