Size medium. Dated 3-45 (March 1945). Rare wartime dated example of this otherwise relatively common mask. The rubber facepiece retains good shape, is in excellent pliable condition although a little grubby. There appears to be no cracking or crazing even when flexed. The pearl grey suede lining is complete and has less than average soiling. Fitted with a reasonably good type 57 microphone assembly and a pink flecked dark tan coloured loom with the correct large 2-pin socket, 10H/18196. Note that the microphone securing wire is absent but it would be simple to replace if requried. The webbing harness is complete but a little soiled and has lost elasticity. These late war H-masks are very difficult to obtain in any condition and are considerably rarer than the G-type mask. An very good used example. Stock code O18732.