WWII Japanese Army Combat Helmet, Named- This combat helmet is finished in a smooth olive brown finish which remains 65% intact. There is a crack in the shell at the bottom left. A five-pointed metal star is affixed to the front the shell, it’s a little loose but this isn’t an issue. The interior is fully intact. There is some discoloration and wear from use. The brown leather three-pad liner is kept in place by a brown leather liner to which the pads are stitched. The drawstring and full-length green twill chinstrap is in place as well. There is a name tag stitched onto the chinstrap. There is a name in red ink on the front skirt. The rear skirt has a single character. An interesting example in good condition overall!