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WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet
  • WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet

WWII US Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer Airborne Helmet

Price:

£2,000.00


Product Description

A fine, original WWII US Army M1 steel helmet which belonged to Surgeon Major John K. Lattimer of the 82nd and 101st Airborne, then of the 3rd and 7th Army.

The helmet is unusual in that the liner, made by Firestone, had two extra A shaped clips just below the studs for attaching the leather shin strap. The A shaped attachments are usually used to clamp the headband to the helmet liner. It has been suggested that they could have held an alternative strap that was removed after D-Day.

The steel helmet cover is a front seam swivel bale, with a white vertical bar (applied, not painted) to the back.

An unusual piece belonging to a very distinguished American Officer with an incredible war record.

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