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Welcome to Ken’s Bargain Basement

Here you will find cheap helmets.

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Bargain basement Helmet #108

This is a size 64 M35 helmet that was left by the Germans in Norway and re-used by the norwegians. They died the leather of the liner, stripped the helmet, painted it brown and added a Norwegian produced chinstrap and Norwegian army decals. in the 1970s, thousands of these were de-acquisitioned by Norway and some were bought by Unique Imports of alexandria Virginia. Unique imports stripped the Norwegian gecals and painted over the exterior and dols them with repro decals for $19.95. This is one of them. It is still an original German helmet shell. SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #107

This is an all original SE64 M35 Kriegsmarine helmet from the SE 1940 contract. They had not switched their production lines to M40 helmets when this was stamped out. It is finished according to M1940 specifications ith textured paint and single decal. It is a real KM helmet with the original wearers identification in two places. The leather is gone from the liner and somebody took off the swastika so it is cheap.  ON HOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #106

This is an original ET66 M35 helmet shell with original liner. It appears to have been painted over in Tan with a palm-tree/swastika emblem added to the wearers left. The paint appears decades old but in my opinion, it is post-war done. Still the helmet makes a great display.  SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #105

This is a wartime civil defense helmet which has been period adorned with a white circumferential band of two parallel stripes. The writing on the front is also period and reads “Captain; fire precinct #5) Somewhere along the line, somebody has applied a preproduction Navy badge. SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #104

This is an example of your basic M42 single decal army helmet. What I consider to be the quintessential German combat helmet of WW2. The paint and decal are heavily worn but completely original. The chinstrap is likely original to the helmet. The problem is that some doofus has treated the leather with  some sort of oily product like pecard’s leather dressing or some such. As a result, it has darkened and become shiny. I know of no remedy for this or any way to remove the treatment. It is what it is. But it makes a very affordable example of a complete and original helmet for those of you who may be on a budget. SOLD

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Ken Niewiarowicz
P.O.Box 582
Lapeer, MI 48446