Named WW2 M1 Helmet with Liner – Quick

Intriguing Named WW2 M1 Helmet with Liner. Shell is front-seam fixed bale and presents in good condition with honest wear – including light denting. Left bale is bent, but stable. Helmet shows signs of period repaint – original cork finish can be seen underneath. Heat stamp appears to read “142A“. Marked with two instances of laundry number “H6684“. Inside rim of helmet is marked with wording “Pfc. Ramond Quick” followed by an eight digit serial number. Liner is marked with Westinghouse stamp and has khaki webbing. Sweat band is present and intact with remnants of leather strap. Outside of liner is painted white with period racing decals. No research has been done on the laundry number or name. A nice example of a WW2 M1 helmet begging for deeper investigation.