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Here you will find cheap helmets.

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Bargain Basement helmet 169

Here is a typical wartime produced Type 90 Japanese combat helmet. The star has it’s prings broken off so the liner is unattached at the front. One of the straps is missing and the other is broken off mid-way. $400

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Bargain Basement helmet 168

This is a police shako with a black composite body made by Maury’s of Offenbach. (This company made enlisted man’s spike helmets during the great war) There is a repair to one of the liner fingers but all other components are intact and sound.  $375

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Bargain Basement helmet 167

This is an unissued M40 Q62 Luftwaffe helmet with a sound decal, nice paint and a super clean liner. I dobt that a chinstrap was ever attached. The liner drawstring has not been tightened so I believe it has not been worn. Most likely came out of a bin in 1945.  SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 166

This is an ET63 police helmet from the 1937 contract. It shows a good amount of damage to the paint and decals. The liner is an original wartime one which has been post-war replaced into the helmet. The chinstrap is a late war RB numbered example. SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 165

I believe that this is a post-war produced shell made by Quist in the 1950s. The liner is fake as is the chinstrap, paint and decal.There are no markings on the shell but I guess it’s a size 64 shell. $200

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Bargain Basement helmet 164

Here is a decent M42 single decal army helmet with a good amount of age/wear but everything appears original. SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 163

A decent example of an M40 Luftwaffe helmet showing a good amount of age/wear. 80% PAint and 70% decal with heavy patina throughout.  SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 162

This is a 1930s commercially produced black parade helmet to which somebody has applied a Fake decal SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 161

This is a wartime Luftschutz gladiator helmet with a white strip for visibiity in the dark. As thye helmet above; somebody has applied a Fake decal  SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 160

 A basic example of the French M15 with an infantry badge, original liner and strap but the strap bale has come separated from it’s connection to the shell.  The liner is a hard-to-find first pattern type which is about size 57. ON HOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 159

Here s an engineer Adrian with a second pattern liner introduced in about mid 1917. The chinstrap is gone and it looks like somebody has had this hanging over his bar for years.

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Bargain Basement helmet 158

Here is a standard French Adrian wit an M26 infantry badge. Most likely this helmet dates to the 50s just before they developed the US-inspired M53 helmet.  ON HOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 157

 A very interesting helmet; a model 1935 special model for tank troops. Just another example of the wonderful French style of combat headgear. (I am not being sarcastic. The French helmets were the second coolest helmets) . ON HOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 156

An Italian Model 1933 helmet made in the 50s before the Italians finally gave up and modernized their design. $50

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Bargain Basement helmet 155

This is a late war Ckl helmet with all original paint and a very nice liner. Unmolested split-pins. It has been recently (in the last 20 years) adorned with a “champagne” style decal which actually is much more convincing than the usual because this one was has the graphic design of an ET/Ckl.  A great example of a “SS” helmet that displays wonderfully. The last guy who bought this as original paid ten times my price. SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 153

This is a very nice late war front seam helmet with swivel bales An unworn 1944-45 produced Westinghouse liner. SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 152

This isa 1944-45 produced front seam swivel bale with a used Westinghouse liner of the same vintage. The markings are whatever the soldier was told to paint there; I suppose.  SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 151

This is very picturesque. It has wartime Kanji characters  which indicate “3rd precinct police”. There is no chinstrap but you could literally put anything there. I have seen them with chinstraps made of shoe-lace material and even light rope. SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 150

If you ever thought you might like to have a Swedish Model 1926 helmet, this one might be the best candidate. It of early production. I do not know how early but probably WW2 era)  It has been worn and has been re-issued with the addition of Swedish helmet decals. Look at the way the decals seem to be one with the finish. They don’t make them like that anymore.   SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 149

Here is an Si62 Imperial German M16 helmet with a reproduction liner. The helmet shell itself has it’s original paint. The chinstrap is reproduction. SOLD

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Bargain Basement helmet 144

This is a swivel bale rear seam helmet of  1945or later vintage. The liner is a wartime example. The helmet cover is WW2 but has the EGA stencil on the front which most likely indicates it was re-purposed after the war. Overall this looks like a helmet used after VJ day. $475.00

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Bargain basement Helmet #121

This is a very decent and all original Luftschutz helmet $325

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Bargain basement Helmet #114

Here is a decent specimen of a standard Luftschutz helmet produced to specifications set down by the ReichsLuftschutzministrie in 1938. The decal is a REPRODUCTION but the paint is original; as is the chinstrap and liner. $195.00

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