In the whole of France was employed in the early TWENTIETH century this same model of helmet regulation. They shared the laurels with allusions to the heroic work of the body and the legend “sapeurs pompiers” (firefighter). Which varied according to the region or the city that pays the firefighter was the last part of the legend of that front and the shield located on the front, between the laurels.
This helmet belonged to a firefighter who worked in Palluau, a town and commune in the district of Les Sables-d'olonne, in the region of Pays de la Loire, eastern France.
The towers which appear on the heraldic shield on the front also appear in all the helmets of the firefighters of the country of that time, like the decoration of the diamond on the legend. However, this shield is not one of Palluau.
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