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eMedals-Germany, Luftwaffe. A WW1 Prussian Pilot's Helmet with Goggles

Item: G37682

Germany, Luftwaffe. A WW1 Prussian Pilot's Helmet with Goggles


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Germany, Luftwaffe. A WW1 Prussian Pilot's Helmet with Goggles

Constructed of a hard shell lined with molded, smooth, and blackened leather, with raised and padded protective bars running from the front to the back on the crown along the sides and on the top of the helmet. Towards the front of the cap is a short blackened leather visor that is stitched in place, along with a rearward protective “beaver-tail” cover, and ear flaps that, when folded down, secure the helmet onto the head via a black metal clasp closure. The interior of the helmet is lined in dark brown leather, featuring a leather headliner consisting of nine chocolate-brown leather flaps featuring a hole at the tip for the drawstring. The drawstring itself is constructed of a single thick string of leather that weaves through the leather tabs, allowing the wearer to adjust the helmet. It is unmarked, besides the number “7” that is painted in red on the underside of the visor. It measures 247 mm (w) x 223 mm (h). Accompanied by a set of flayers goggles, of multi-piece construction, consisting of two glass lenses within a metal frame that are linked together via a squared loop between the goggles. Each side of the goggles is extended via brown canvas with brown faux-fur lining each eye-piece for comfort. A brown canvas strap extruding from each side of these goggles serve to fasten the goggles to the wearer’s head. This cap appears to have been worn extensively, depicting multiple paint chips to the crown of the leather. The interior of this crash helmet, as well as the flying goggles are very well preserved. In good condition.
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