Aircraft RAF Pilots Bone Dome MK1.A Flying Helmet

Aircraft RAF Pilots Bone Dome MK1.A Flying Helmet

Aircraft RAF Pilots Bone Dome MK1.A Flying Helmet

£300.00

In stock

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£300.00

Aircraft RAF Pilots Bone Dome MK1.A Flying Helmet

Availability: In stock

Description

Stores reference 22C/2115.  Size I 1/2  Broad.  1961 dated.  By Microcell Ltd Ingersoll House No 9 Kingsway london.  Bonedome worn in conjuction with the type F or G inner helmet that contained the avionics and to which an oxygen mask could be fitted.  The MK.1A is a basic protective helmet in leather lined fibreglass.  It has a simple nylon webbing suspension system fitted inside to give a comfortable fit over the inner cloth helmet (can be supplied separately).  An anti-glare visor is fitted, comprising a centre rail attachment and mechanism with a replaceable tinted acrylic anti-glare screen.  The helmet shell is in excellent overall condition with original green paint finish.  There are light scratches/chips but it appears to be free of cracks and stress crazing.  The rubber edge roll is complete and aside from some cracking in quite good order.  Fitted with a very good visor track and tinted visor.  The visor mechanism works well.  The lining is really quite clean.  Good chinstrap.  The helmet has a reflective tape cross applied and is marked to the rear Sgt Mc Cormick ODI-280.  Similar markings have been written to the side .  It comes with the original protective cloth visor cover and a spare visor, Serial no 3980  Very good overall condition for age of piece.

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