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    Japanese Soldier's Helmet and American Kepi from The Last Samurai (Warner Bros, 2003). Original (2) 1870s period costume pieces including (1) Japanese soldier helmet measuring 13.5" x 12" x 6" and constructed of cast fiberglass shell finished and distressed to appear as weathered iron with soft sculptural velvet-covered head and cord chin straps, and (1) dark blue felt American military Kepi measuring 11" x 7" x 4" and with black leather bill and strap, gold bullion piping and embroidery and a metal sunburst pin affixed at the front of the crown and some foam padding added to the canvas interior for comfort of wearer. Exhibiting production wear and theatrical distress. In Very Good condition. Comes with a COA from Heritage Auctions.

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