I don't know, look at the nose of the Amazon one. Looks like the silver part is an actual separate piece, note the "lip" sticking out around it. It could be a CA, but it doesn't have the tusks, and the dome looks like a standard.
You mentioned Hasbro, so it's also possible it's the Voice Changer helmet, which is, in turn based on the Don Post "Standard" (as we call it). Perhaps Hasbro updated it with nose inserts since the last time I stopped looking at it.
First, notice the overall shape is consistent with the Hasbro, particularly the way the cheeks terminate into the sides of the nose, and the great distance it leaves between where it ends and the edge of the nose:
Here is the Hasbro product (right) next to the Don Post product (left). And, like in the Amazon item listing, the Hasbro's cheeks terminate over the upper tusk tubes:
Compare the Amazon photo with the picture below, which is a Don Post Deluxe which is closer to the original prop than the Don Post Standard / Hasbro Voice Changer will ever be:
Note that Hasbro's interpretation of the Don Post lines up quite well and yet differs here and there. Hasbro can do their own thing and update their product with tweaks any time they do a run, but the basic premise is that this is child-sized and has no lineage to the screen-used original.
Maybe you didn't mention Hasbro...?
The only last thing I can think of is that this is actually the Rubie's take on this, as they had gotten hold of the templates from the old Don Post Studios and their version doesn't seem to have nail marks as far as I can tell. The lower eyelid is strongly pronounced, but all three are essentially from the same mold: