British Brass Fireman's Helmet

#300200
$249.95

This style of brass helmet was first introduced in 19th century Victorian England and saw active service through WWII. Features a flourish of crossed axes and fire hoses ringed with a floral motif. Brass-scaled chin strap.
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Reflecting old Britain’s love of ornate accouterments, this showy “MERRYWEATHER” pattern brass Fireman’s Helmet was first introduced in 19th century Victorian England and saw active service through WWII. The top of each splendid helmet reaches skyward with a magnificent crest depicting a fire-breathing dragon.

Made of solid brass with impressive front plate badge and features a flourish of crossed axes and fire hoses ringed with a floral motif. Brass-scaled chin strap. Although these are new, they are old stock. Some may show slight storage dents, but in very good display condition. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.

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