A very nice example of the Russian WW2 combat helmet retaining nearly all its original green paint.Interior complete with three pad liner system and correct webbing chinstrap all complete.Ink stamps to rear interior including size '2' and dated 1943. Number stamped '1172' .Front interior visor rim has owners name in ink.
Dated 1941. Red Army soldier's side-cap or "pilotka". Rare as made from the early cotton fabric of the short lived pea-green coloured issue tunics and breeches. Nice enamel badge to front.Maker stamp inside.
Used in Tanks and Armoured Vehicles.Rare lend lease example for delivery to the Soviet Union.Has Russian cyrillic script lettering to front panels alongside English. Training Notes Manual stamped to the 1st Training Regiment Royal Signals included.All controls and switches move.Dated 1942 and 'Zenith Radio Corporation' plate to front with serial numbers.
Steel construction case with Waffenampt stamp to lid.Case has been reissued postwar to Yugoslav forces with the presense of a Yugoslav stamp alongside the Waffenampt.Repainted in the green paint favoured by the Yugoslav Army.