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Made in St. Louis by the now defunct International Hat Co. which made pressed fiber pith helmets from WWII to the Gulf War. This helmet is stamped with the date December 31, 1948. The pressed fiber pith helmet was the longest used helmet in service by the United States military.
Sizing & Fit
Interior band measures 24", brim 3".
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