The New Helmets are Here! (ok, they never really came from somewhere else, I just have
them in stock now!) These are 100%
Reproduction steel helmets made in the
m17 American Doughboy Helmet
This is our premier American Doughboy helmet with a Collector Grade liner and chinstrap.
The shell is stamped steel with a separate rolled rim, sand finish and brass bails. The liner is our new Collector Grade
m17 American liner.
This liner has the original 1910 SAE Mil-Spec Wool Top Pad and Wool
Crown along with user friendly oilcloth
No tar, no mess on your head and won’t cause some lab rat in California to come down with cancer!
This is as close and you can get to the real deal without a time machine.
Made with our usual high quality netting and veg tanned leather bumper ring and chinstrap. All in all this helmet
is the perfect reproduction both to fill out a collection or take to the field and use.
WWI First Pattern Rimless British Brodie
The original rimless Brodie shell with the first pattern liner. This shell is painted dark blue/green
and has the six fingered liner in “American Cloth” (oil cloth) and the wool skull cap of the early design. Oil cloth is user friendly
and the wool is milspec 1910 pattern mustard color. This was a poor liner to begin with and still is, however we have
“tweaked” the design a little bit so the rivet (the only thing that holds this liner in the shell!) will not pull
through the wool as was the case in the original version. Here’s your chance to own one of the rarest
helmets from WWI and fill in the gap in your collection or portray early war British.
WWI First Pattern Rimless Canadian Brodie
This is the same helmet as our WWI First Pattern British Brodie only painted in a mustard yellow color.
This color was exclusive to the 85th Division of the CEF. Brush painted smooth finish just like the originals.
WWI Second Pattern British Brodie
This is the WWI British Brodie with the Second Pattern Liner. This liner is the Collector Grade
2nd Pattern Brodie with the original 1910 Mil-Spec mustard colored Wool Top Pad, Wool Crown and with the rubber crown ring
sewn in between the wool and muslin cloth. The liner has user friendly oil cloth (or American Cloth as the British called it), canvas
bumper ring (as opposed to the leather ring on the American version), brass d-rings and the correct British slide buckle. The helmet
comes with sand finish and is ready to go.
WWI Second Pattern Canadian Brodie
This is the same helmet as our WWI Second Pattern British Brodie only painted in a mustard yellow color.
This color was exclusive to the 85th Division of the CEF. Spray painted sand/cork/sawdust finish just like the originals.
WWI American or British shell (your choice) with sitting EGA (Eagle Globe and Anchor) mounted two
fingers above the rim. This helmet is exact in every respect to the originals, right down to the
nut on the back of the EGA and the punched hole in the shell. Early model bronze EGA. You can choose
from either the British model shell with split rivet bails (as used by the first Marines to go “Over There” or the later
model American shell with the domed rivets attaching the bails. Either shell is period correct.
This is the same shell as our WWI
Standing EGA or the Devil Dog insignia. I have seen one original shell with the Devil Dog insignia and liked it
so much I decided to include it in the catalog. I can’t verify that this helmet ever saw any
kind of service but the age was right and the bulldog has the right amount of attitude. As for the standing
EGA, this is a post WWI variation and was used in
or British type shell, your choice.
China Marines Soochow Creek Helmet
This is our most sought after helmet. It is the “shiny” version of the 1927 model Kelley Transitional Helmet with a
Theater made version of the EGA in Antique Bronze with German Silver rope over the fouled anchor. After the
Russian Revolution in 1917 many of the jewelers from
Faberge escaped to
an original and even has the Chinese hallmarks on the back of the eagles wings. (those symbols spell out
“Prairie Flower Leather Company” but only you have to know that!) PFLCO was commissioned by the United
States Marine Corp to manufacture a number of these EGA’s to be given out to soldiers of the
1st Battalion 4th Marines “in order to recognize outstanding leadership shown by a Marine within
the battalion who is the embodiment of Marine Corps’ core values and leadership traits and principles”.
An incredibly rare helmet at a more than reasonable cost.
M17A1 US Helmet
M17A1 Kelley Transitional helmet used from the 1920’s all the way up through 1942 and the advent of the M1 steel pot.
This is the “Back to
WWII and across the Pacific.
US Navy Helmet
This is the same helmet as our M17A1 shell only painted Battleship Gray.
Custom Order Helmets
Any of the above helmets except
the Soochow Creek
units or anything else you might want on your shell. Here’s your chance to customize your helmet with
any number of options, your imagination is the limit. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 308-728-7046 for
pricing. Check out our WWI Helmet Clocks too, pictures coming soon!