Football fanatics go old school, with this 1940s-1950s helmet lot of (3). Pre-dating the use of faceguards, these vintage relics take the field in very pleasing condition, with light to moderate signs of age/wear. All are padded leather types with plastic domes, and all remain solid with tight stitching.
Topping this trio of head toppers, is a brown and white Western's Paul Christman model with factory brand logo on the front, a Christman endorsement facsimile signature on the back and an intact chin strap. Also noted on the back is the model number "G3225". The branding and endorsement lettering are lightly faded, and light scuffing and a few stray marks are also noted, but overall this ancient helmet retains ample display appeal.
Also present are:
Rawlings brown helmet with black accents, and factory brand logos on the front, back and interior. Appearing below the Rawlings name on the back, is the model number "15" and the size "7" is noted on the interior, under the dome. Fairly clean with minimal wear, this very attractive helmet also has an intact chin strap.
MacGregor white helmet with red and dark blue accent stripes, and factory brand logo and model number "H612" on the back. The size "7-1/8, 7-1/4" is embossed into the blue accent stripe on the back, just above the MacGregor name. As this helmet is white, it shows soiling more readily than its companions; however, this condition is both minor and sporadic. Otherwise this is also a pleasing piece, though the chin strap is absent.