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Here you will find cheap helmets.

Buy them. Get them out of my hair

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 41

       

     

Here is an EF64 helmet with weak EF markings on the wearers left. The liner/shell size is confirmed by the liner frame markings. The paint and the army decal remain about 30-40% intact. The leather of the liner has held out fairly well but the owners name was inked out of it. ON HOLD

 

 

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 42

       

Here is an Hkp M42 helmet which somebody has cleaned the living daylights out of. Both interior and exterior have been scrubbed so hard that the paint is 95% gone. The liner is decent. It has obviously been removed from the helmet but the washers are still tere and the pins are sound. $200.00

 

 

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 43

     

   

Probably the cheapest double decal helmet in town. It is an SE62 double decal army helmet with fragments of the service-branch decal still clinging to life. The national color shield is not too bad. ON HOLD

 

 

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 44

   

   

Here is a luftschutz helmet with a strong decal and a weak liner. The paint is so-so. $100.00

 

 

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 45

     

This Japanese type 30 helmet has seen better days. The star is still there but the paint and liner are way-gone. ON HOLD

 

 

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 40

       

     

This is a standard M16 helmet with 85% original paint and a well worn original liner. The three pads are fragile but intact. The chinstrap is like-wise original but is broken. $395.00

 

 

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 35

     

       

This is an original M42 helmet shell (EF66) with about 80% of it's original paint along with it's original split-pins. The liner and cheesy chinstrap are new. This one cries out for somebody to put it back into shape. ON HOLD

 

 

 

"Bargain Basement" Helmet # 17

     

   

This is an Austrian M17 helmet made by the maker that uses a star as a logo. It is a shell size 66. I believe this one was produced between the wars because the color is a bit more green than WW1 models. The liner is typical Austrian; being the kind that had the pillows backed with salvaged material or material obtained from civilian use. The leather strap is definitely post WW1. $350.00

 

 

 

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