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Posted 3 years ago

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Here is a Chicago Captain's helmet that has seen some real action. The helmet is probably from the 1970's and does not have the clear face shield as current helmets do. It is made by the Cairns Company of New Jersey which has been making helmets for years. The white leather shield denotes a Captain of truck company 56 which is located on the northwest side of Chicago. This helmet has numerous scorches and drips from some materials that melted. Overall a great piece of Chicago firefighting history.

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  1. stepback_antiques stepback_antiques, 3 years ago
    Hello Jill P. I plan to leave it as it is. If you were to clean up something like this you erase the history.
    Mike
  2. Bob H., 3 years ago
    Your military stuff is fantastic. What history! Like the CFD helmet. Wondering if you are looking for any others.
  3. stepback_antiques stepback_antiques, 3 years ago
    Bob H, I'm always looking for others.
  4. Instructor_Bob, 3 years ago
    How can i get ahold of you?
  5. Instructor_Bob, 3 years ago
    I am new to this site...is there a contact section?
  6. oilman514 oilman514, 3 years ago
    This is not a site for buying or selling. Its only for showing your items.
  7. Instructor_Bob, 3 years ago
    just wonering where you find them

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