Just an overall fantastic looking example of a combat worn M1 helmet. Consisting of a fixed bale front seam shell produced by McCord. This shell dates to late 1943 production period, we know this based off the shell stamp of 721B. The shell has an original camouflage netting set, this type of netting was popular and often seen being used by units like the 29th and 1st Infantry Divisions, as well as the 101st Airborne Division. The helmet liner is produced by CAPAC, it also has the original leather chinstrap which we often see damaged or missing. If you are looking for a great looking example for a mannequin, or to simply put in a display case!