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Welcome to Ken’s Bargain Basement

Here you will find cheap helmets.

Buy them. Get them out of my hair.

Bargain basement Helmet #128

This isa standard MKII British tommy helmet of 1941 vintage. It has it’s original factory paint, a 1941 dated liner and an original camouflage net. The chinstrap is elastic. I don’t know when they switched to that type of strap; wartime or post war. But it appears to ave been there a very long time. ON HOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #127

This looks like a Quist or an NS shell. The M40 shell itself is an original and is a size 64. It has been repainted with a fake decal and some sort of repro liner. The strap is also fake. $225.00

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Bargain basement Helmet #126

This was a perfectly good M42 no decal rear marked EF M42 helmet until somebody had a huber jordan decal professionally applied. The shell, paint, liner and strap are all real. The decal is post war applied. SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #125

This is a swivel bale front seam helmet ois 1945 vintage. Excellent original paint on the helmet shell. The chinstrap has earlier hardware. The liner is a wartime Westinghouse withy a 1945 dated sweatband. I am throing in the original small mesh camo net. SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #123

Here is a front seam swivel bale US M1 hemet with a wartime Westinghouse liner. Nice original paint, late war chinstrap and a post-war sweatband.  ON HOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #122

This was a nice M35 re-issue hemet where the shell had been wartime repainted and a wartime post 1940 liner applied. Somebody pelted it with .22 bullets sometime since the war.  SOLD

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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 #120

This is a 1960s produced German M57 border guard helmet that somebody has added fake decals to. $90.00

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Bargain basement Helmet #119

This is a 1945 British MkIII “Turtle shell” helmet developed for use prior to D-Day. Many examples are seen in original fottage. This is the second model that is dated 1945. Net and burlap appears to have been there a very long time and I didn’t want to disturb it for the photos so I am assuming that everything is fine underneath. SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #118

This is an “M34” style edelstahl helmet. Named so because examples produced by this maker are often seen marked with the word “edelstahl” (genuine steel). However, this particular example is not marked, it is off the same design. The paint remains 90%+ and the decals are fairly good. Line is intact but the chinstrap has a break. There is a leather pad inside the dome of the helmet shell. $350

 

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Bargain basement Helmet #109

This is a late war Hkp64 helmet which had a bead drawn around the base of the crown in order to denote it as having failed metalurgical/ballistic testing and thus to be sold in the private sector. It was later picked up by a civil supplier of headgear for paramilitary organizations such as police and Luftschutz. This one has a REPRODUCTION Luftschutz decal across the front, an original composite material liner and a celluloid plastic chinstrap. The liner shows some damage but the chinstrap is remarkably intact. (celluloid chinstraps did not usually survive very well) SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #117

This is an “M34” style edelstahl helmet. The paint remains 90%+ and the decals are fairly good. Line ris intact but the chinstrap has a break. The label inside the helmet indicates the seller of this private purchase helmet; not the maker. SOLD

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Bargain basement Helmet #115

This is a front seam swivel bale helmet which has seen some use and abuse in it’s time. We all know how often US helmets turn up with fake insignia on them; but I believe that these are original 1944-1945 third division insignias being in decal form rather than the earlier hand rendered types seen in 1942-43. The condition isn’t great but it’s a rare example. $700

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