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Item 829 M Helmet

This is an ET68 M38 paratrooper helmet that has seen action but not abused. The factory painted finish remains 90% intact. The liner has moderate wear/damage and has been marked with the wearer’s initials and some other information at the rear. The Karl Heisler hersteller markings are clearly seen. The chinstrap harness is complete and intact although the fine grade leather has become just a bit dry; a common problem seen with these intricate and special designed straps. The straps are sound enough for normal handling and display. The bolts each are double nutted; retaining both inner and outer nuts. The maker mark on the shell is either stamped too high (so as to be obscured by the liner frame) or stamped to weakly to be seen. I cannot see anything readable. The shell is; however 100% original. This one is a very good example of a combat used helmet which was produced (judging by the fact there is no decal) after the summer/fall of 1943.  $4000.00

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Item 828 M35 Single decal army Helmet

Here is an EF 64 which has been over-painted for re-issue. The eagle is a very good example of an ET style re-issue decal and remains 95% intact. The painted finish remains 95% intact and still retains a very good matte appearance; not being effected by patina and collector handling. The inside of the helmet remains in factory condition with a factory installed reinforced aluminum liner. I cannot make out the dome stamp. The chinstrap is an early M27 style which we often see on early M35s. Unfortunately it has been the victim of rough handling and the carbine hook has broken off of the long-end of the strap. Overall this helmet has very good “shelf appeal”. $900.00

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Item 827 M40 Luftwaffe Helmet

This is an EF64 Luftwaffe helmet with a very nice 95% decal and only slightly worn factory finish paint The liner is in commensurate condition and overall the helmet is quite well balanced. The chinstrap is present however is a bit weak on the short-end strap and should be handled with care. Apparently the helmet was sent home by a soldier who picked it up in France in early 1945.  $800.00

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Item 826 M40 Single decal Luftwaffe Helmet

This is an HKP64 M40 Luftwaffe helmet. The painted finish is very of HKP helmets at this stage of the war; being heavily textured. This texture often plays hell on the decals though. They generally show very spotty damage due to the underlying texture particles. This helmet is no different. The eagle decal remains 70% intact. The liner is crisp and clean and I believe that this helmet has never been issued. (chinstraps were not applied at the factory so a lacking chinstrap on an unissued helmet is usual) Overall a superior example with light storage wear.  $800.00

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Item 825 M42 No-decal  Helmet

This is a great no-decal helmet. The shell is an NS62 with 98% of it’s original late war grey/green finish. The liner remains in excellent condition wit the leather being pliable and sound. The original draw string is present. The domestamp is quite clear and is an NS specific stamp with the Abnehmestelle located in Schwerte (Home of the NS factory). The chinstrap is of late war quality and remains in commensurate excellent condition.   $650.00

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Item 824 M Helmet

This is an EF64 M42 no decal helmet with 95% original paint. The liner remains intact and sound. The chinstrap is a rare example of one which was not dyed black by the manufacturer. It is broken on the short buckle end. There is a slight dent to the helmet shell at wearers right just at the air-vent. A very good late war example with a visible dome-stamp  $500.00

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Item 823 Imperial German M18 “special model Cut-out” Helmet

This is a 100% original M18 cut out helmet shell produced in size 64 by ET in the summer of 1918. The shell bears every trait of being an original cut-out and NOT post-war modified. This helmet was re-issued with a single Heer decal applied to it as per 1940 specifications. Now let’s talk about the camouflage. Frankly I do not like it. I think it has been applied to the helmet in recent decades. The colors are correct and the paint seems to match the condition of the helmet overall but not quite close-enough for my taste. I am selling this at the price of an original M18 shell which has been re-issued as a single decal army helmet after 1940. The camouflage; whenever it was applied; it just part of the package. $1250.00

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Item 822 US M1 Helmet w/ fixed bales

This is one f the most minty US M1 helmets that I have ever seen. The shell extreior retains 99.5% of it’s original textured paint. The liner is a firestone with early green/grey anodized “A” washers holding the suspension. The liner chinstrap is a mint condition example with early green hardware. The chinstrap is ID’d by laundry number to the soldier who wore it. I honestly don’t think you are liable to find a better, cleaner example. $585.00

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Item 821 M40 Luftwaffe Helmet

This is a very nice Q62 single decal Luftwaffe helmet with a smooth and pliable leather liner. Most probably it has never had a chinstrap attached because it remains in un-issued condition. There is only slight damage to the eagle and various scrapes to the exterior paint. Overall it has a very pleasant and honest appearance $950.00

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Item 820 M16 Imperial German camouflage Helmet

This is an Si66 helmet with an M17 steel liner frame that has lost it’s leather pads. The split-pins are un-molested and two chinstrap mounting buckles remain at the sides.  The exterior of the helmet was camouflaged with a three-color pattern as per 1918 specifications. It remains fairly vivid altough has taken on a definite shine (probably polished at some point). Overall a decent example. $575.00

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Item 819 M1915 French Adrian Helmet

This is anM1915 French Adrian helmet with an Artuillery badge on the front. The badge is original to the helmet. The paint is the earlier “Bleu Horizon” which was fcatory applied to helmets through-out 1915 and 1916 (being replaced by the darker, more grey paint in 1917). The liner is the first style which was cut from a single leather piece. These liners were used in 1915-1916 helmets. The chinstrap is intact. It has been sewn to the bale at wearers left rather than riveted as is more usually seen. This could mean the strap was repaired at some point but I could not say when. Overall very nice condition; certainly well above average. $475.00

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