Fireman’s Helmet


Fireman’s helmet from the 1930s or 1940s


Fireman’s helmet from the 1930s or 1940s, belonging to ‘Corporal Isionia’. Although worn and showing signs of it’s valiant years of service, this hat is proof of just how well-built these helmets really were. Inside the helmet is tag that reads ‘Hard Boiled – the original safety hat’. Straps are made of leather and canvas with metal attachment points.

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