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Article about: Like I mentioned I don't even know where to start. This is not my helmet so this picture is all i can do for you. I have seen a few of these over the years and they are always marked as ww1

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    Like I mentioned I don't even know where to start. This is not my helmet so this picture is all i can do for you. I have seen a few of these over the years and they are always marked as ww1 children's toy helmets but I have no idea. Expert opinions would be much appreciated
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    A picture of the liner would help .. but it sounds like thats not available ....?

    The helmet looks to be a preWW2 "styled" "Brodie" .... (No rim, .. and a rivet to the top to hold the liner ...)
    Thats about all I can say ... as I have no idea on the decal !

    Gary J.

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    I am fairly certain that it is an American made toy helmet.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    I was also leaning towards a pre ww2 toy. and of the 3 that i have been able to handle myself none have had liners and the helmet is made of a very light metal.

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    I have one just like it with out decal when I got mine I was told it was a childs helmet. My son uses it all the time.

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    It's a toy helmet. These were also used by the Veterans of Foreign War's for parades also. I used to have one marked to the VFW.

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    Does the "Fighting Squadron" decal have any significance

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