WWII US Army Restored Original M1 Infantry Helmet Liner with Patton 7th Army Lieutenant General Rank
For the most authentic museum quality restored original M1 infantry liner for sale – look no further!
There are several versions of the Patton Parade liner. This is the three star version he would have worn when he led the US 7th Army (formerly the I Armored Corps) in its invasion of Sicily. It is famously featured in the 1970 film Patton with George C. Scott holding this version of the parade liner, with the 7th Army seven- stepped "A" featured in the centre beneath three stars, when addressing his troops after slapping a soldier.
This is a totally restored US WWII M1 liner with accessories that has been restored to represent the standard M1 infantry model worn by the US Army during WWII. This M1 liner restoration has been conducted with painstaking detail, such as the use of United Carr marked hardware on the liner nape strap and, more importantly, the use of actual shuttle loomed 20/2 mercerized yarn HBT suspension webbing. All of which were made on the only functional original WWII era shuttle looms in existence.
At Top Pots, we are not "reproducing" WWII webbing... we are actually remaking it... on three WWII era Saurer Shuttle Looms with the original cams!
So, if you are looking for a US WWII M1 infantry helmet liner with the most authentic Herring Bone Twill suspension webbing in the world, this is for your helmet. This particular liner represents the standard model, which would have been used in combat operations such as the D Day and Market Garden. This is simply the best WWII M1 infantry liner for re-enactors, air-soft clubs and collectors made exclusively by Top Pots.
This restored and converted original WWII M1 infantry liner is complete for sale as shown and includes the following
This is the finest restored US WWII M1 liner available and would make a fine addition to any film production, collection, costume, display, re-enactment impression or special gift. For more information about further customization, difference between Grade I and Grade II liners and production / delivery times please visit our Helmet Production page.