This is a High Altitude Flight Helmet manufactured by the EFA company in France during the early 1960s. This for the French Air Force and others that operated Mirage 3CZ interceptors to counter the Soviet High Altitude bomber threat during the Cold War.Its unused or unissued but has suffered damage in storage. The tinted outer visor is missing and the clear visor has a bash with a hole in the outer visor ( hole does not go right through ).It come as it is with case and some protective covers, no... neck ring.It still displays nicely.
Vintage 1970's Soviet GSh-4AA High Altitude Flight Helmet set. Includes comms inner helmet wmic, lace fitting hood with attached face frame, outer aluminum protective cover with adjustible tinted visor and the heated clear face plate with oxygen hose, regulator and comm wiring. Very good condition. The shaded lens has a factory flaw that looks like a crack they fixed in house, nearly unnoticeable. This is not the Chinese TK-1 copy of the Soviet design, its the real thing with cryllic tags an...d writing on the parts. These are becoming hard to find in this condition. Ships at just over 8 lbs, styrofoam head included. Thanks for looking, checkout my other listings. Questions are welcome.
Authentic Cold War Soviet UnionUSSR GSH-6 High Altitude Flight Helmet w VisorThis is a beautiful example of the Soviet GSH-6 High Altitude Flight Helmet. The heated visor flips up by pulling on the toggle on the left side of the helmet, and a small lever lowers the tinted visor. When retracted this is hidden inside of the helmet itself. Aside from a few minor dings and scuffs, there is no major damage or issues with this item, and the rubber gaskets and linings are not dried out whatsoever. Ther...e is what appears to be a name tag of some kind located at the top of the inside of the helmet. Nothing appears to be broken or damaged, making this helmet a very nice and solid example of a Cold War pilot's helmet. Please ask any questions before bidding.We will be listing several other Soviet flight helmets and related items, so be sure to check out our other items.We cannot ship this item internationally. U.S. shipping only.
A beautiful new old stock white leather outer EFA flight suit for the High Altitude green pressure suit which was worn underneath it. It is manufactured number 332 of only 453 suits that were manufactured for the Mirage 3 during the 1960s. Its soft supple and in a mint unused condition for the discerning collector of flight gear. With it is the white under wear that was worn. I will ship DHL courier from door to door delivery only. The shipping cost is expensive from South Africa so I will also ...share which is worked into the shipping cost on the listing.
K-1 High Altitude Flight Helmet Air Force Pilot Flight Gear. Rare high altitude flight helmet flown by Air Force crews in the 50s and 60s. Condition is "Used". USAF decal is in fantastic shape for its age. Edge foam is in fantastic shape. Interior lining is very clean, looks like it only has half of its lacing but is easily replaced. Comm cord is missing but mic is in great shape. Helmet does not have face plateoxygen mask hose as they are commonly missing, they are available for 1200 from a gen...tleman who makes reproductions that I can recommend you to. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Buyer has 3 days to make payment unless other arrangements are made. Thanks for looking
This a French EFA High Altitude Flight Helmet - its dates from 1963 type EFA 12 and it was used by the French Air Force and other Air Forces in the world that flew the Dassault Mirage 3 delta wing fighter at that time.It was used with the pressure suit for operations above 50 000 feet to counter the Soviet threat during the Cold War.This particular helmet was used by the South African Air Force and has been in my collection for a long time.This item is with me in South Africa so I would ship it ...by DHL courier door to door only. Please note the shipping is expensive at 265 from South Africa. I am only requesting a shipping amount of 165 on the listing so I will pay the difference.