Fireman's helmet dating from the second French restoration corresponding to the reigns of Louis XVIII and Charles X.
It is an iron hull in several parts joined by rivets and based on a hammer and an anvil.
It is made of blackened iron all over its surface except the straps simulating scales and the grenade in flames crossed with two axes on the sides that are made of brass.
It is a very solid and relatively heavy piece.
You can see how the helmet has a back to protect the neck of firefighters as well as the face.
Very interesting piece, I have never seen any other like it since they were recycled or melted.
Shipment insured and at pick up point if possible.
Photographs are part of the description, glass head not included.
- Eisen (Gusseisen/ Schmiedeeisen)
- Guter Zustand
- Original/ Replik
- Mit Echtheitszertifikat