Helmets & Parts

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  • Early German helmet chinstrap with aluminum hardware

    200.00

    Hard to find early German helmet chinstrap with aluminum hardware in good used condition.

  • Unissued chinstrap marked RFNr. 0/0494/0008

    200.00

    Nice original late war chinstrap marked RFNr. 0/0494/0008 in unissued condition!

  • CKL64 M42 reissue shipboard grey camouflage helmet

    775.00

    Typical M42 shipboard grey reissue helmet. The helmet is marked CKL64 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. A great example of a shipboard grey camouflage helmet with 85% of the original camouflage paint still remaining. Under the shipboard grey helmet one can see a green and textured paint finish which indicates the helmet was reissued two times. The helmet is a great example of a reissue helmet finished in shipboard grey which was a colour attributed to coastal artillery personnel!

  • NS64 M40 Single decal Heer helmet

    575.00

    A textbook Heer M40 single decal helmet marked NS64 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The helmet is complete with a original but IMO replaced liner. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original factory paint and 85% of its period lacquered decal. All in all a very nice helmet in very good condition.

  • Named NS64 M40 Heer ex wintercamouflage overpaint with rare Feldeisenbahn unit ID

    1,375.00

    Very nice and original M40 Heer ex winter camouflage overpaint helmet. Nicely marked NS64 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The helmet is complete with its original factory fitted spliced liner. The liner is named to W. Johannsen. The helmet retains up to 85% of its external paint and 70% of its period lacquered decal. All in all a very nice and rare helmet in very good condition. The liner is named but also feldpostnumber marked 46842 indicating a railroad unit which is very hard to find!

    Abt Ing. 46842
    (28.2.1941-29.7.1941) Feldeisenbahn-Maschinen-Amt 7
    (1.3.1942-7.9.1942) Feldeisenbahn-Maschinen-Abteilung 7
    (8.9.1943-22.4.1944) 27.3.1944 Feldeisenbahn-Maschinen-Kompanie 30.

  • Late war helmet chinstrap marked 0/0750/0100

    200.00

    Late war helmet chinstrap nicely marked 0/0750/0100 in good used condition.

  • Rare unapplied Heer decal by Huber Jordan u. Koerner

    210.00

    Rare unissued Heer helmet decal in mint condition. This decal was never applied to a helmet and is nicely marked Huber Jordan u. Koerner Nürnberg-O Abzichbilderfabrik. Nice piece that would nicely display in a helmet collection!

  • Rare unapplied Heer decal by Huber Jordan u. Koerner

    200.00

    Rare unissued Heer helmet decal in mint condition. This decal was never applied to a helmet and is nicely marked Huber Jordan u. Koerner Nürnberg-O Abzichbilderfabrik. Nice piece that would nicely display in a helmet collection!

  • M35 ET66 Heer field repaint helmet

    1,675.00

    Superb M35 helmet with a typical 1940 campaign overpaint in field grey paint. Beautiful M35 double decal Heer helmet with period field repaint. The helmet is a textbook example of a early field overpaint when the double decals where first being fased out. The helmet was externally fully overpainted except for the decal which masked, not dug out postwar. Textbook M35 helmet marked ET66 indicating Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The helmet comes with its factory installed liner and chinstrap. The helmet was brush painted externally in a field grey paint which is typical for helmets used in the 1940 campaigns. The helmet is a beautiful and untouched example with loads of character that would be hard to upgrade!

  • Unissued chinstrap marked RFNr. 0/0494/0008

    185.00

    Nice original late war chinstrap marked RFNr. 0/0494/0008 in unissued condition!

  • German helmet liner drawstring

    75.00

    Hard to find spare in good used condition. Often missing from many helmets, this is a perfect addition to a helmet with some patina.

  • Rare pre war Luftwaffe chinstrap marked LBA

    200.00

    Rare Luftwaffe issue chocolate brown chinstrap with aluminum hardware. Period shortened example with aluminum hardware.

  • Early German helmet liner drawstring

    100.00

    Hard to find early example in good condition. Often missing from many helmets, this is a perfect addition to a helmet with little patina.

  • ET62 single decal Heer M40 helmet

    1,025.00

    A textbook Heer M40 single decal helmet marked ET62 indicating production by Eissenhuttewerke ThaleThe helmet is complete with its factory fitted liner and period shortened chinstrap. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original factory paint and 95% of its decal.  All in all a very nice helmet in very good condition.

  • Q64 no decal M40 helmet in three tone Normandy camouflage

    2,700.00

    Textbook three tone camouflage helmet marked Q64 indicating production by Quist. This helmet originated from the Falaise pocket where it was picked up after the war. The helmet retains its beautiful three tone camouflage pattern that can surely be considered being a ‘Normandy’ pattern. The helmet retains its factory installed liner and chinstrap. The helmet retains loads of patina and is in very good uncleaned condition.

  • Q66 M40 helmet with period made foliage string named wagenknecht

    1,575.00

    Beautiful Q66 M40 no decal helmet named Wagenknecht. The helmet retains a period made rope foliage attachment that fits neatly around the shell. The rope shows moderate aging at the knots, where its sewn and where it hits the helmet. There are 3 clothing hooks sewn to the ends of the net that attach to the edge of the helmet. The net for me is period attached to the helmet with wear and oxidation to the edges where the metal hooks are attached. There is no exact provenance to the helmet other then it was originally found in the united states. The helmet comes with its factory installed helmet liner which is named Wagenknecht. The helmet is a original rope camouflage helmet in very good condition and would be very hard to upgrade!

  • M42 ET66 single decal Heer helmet

    675.00

    Nice single decal Heer M42 helmet in black with 3 bullet hits to the front. The helmet is externally and internally overpainted with black paint with the decal being neatly masked and painted around. The helmet has 3 dents to the front of the helmet which are most probably veteran applied. The 3 dents in the front are most probably done with a pistol which didn’t penetrate the shell. The helmet retains its original factory fitted helmet with 3 intact liner pins. Nice original Heer helmet with a less common black wartime overpaint.

  • HKP64 no decal M42 helmet

    725.00

    A very nice M42 helmet marked hkp64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. in the shell size 64. The helmet retains its original paint for 95%. Typical late war manufacture with very coarse material crimping at the back of the skirt. A nice untouched M42 helmet!

  • Austrian M17 transitional Heer helmet

    875.00

    Textbook Austrian M17 reissue helmet with a pre war non reinforced liner dated 1931. Textbook early example with factory applied dull textured paint and decal. Textbook example in great condition!

  • M18 Heer Transitional helmet

    975.00

    Stunning M18 transitional single decal Heer helmet. The helmet retains up to 99% of its original finish and 75% of its decal. The helmet comes with its original liner and originally attached pre war Czech chinstrap.

  • Single decal Heer M18 Transitional helmet

    925.00

    Stunning M18 transitional single decal Heer helmet. The helmet retains up to 99% of its original finish and decal. The helmet received two reworks; one in apple green with two decals which was reworked around 1942 to ’40 specs with rough textured paint and a ‘mad faced’ Gustav Peiniger toned heer decal. The helmet comes with its original liner and originally attached pre war Czech chinstrap. The helmet had its lugs wartime removed, most probably to save weight. The helmet is a nice example with a very rare decal!

  • Unissued chinstrap marked 1/0750/0114

    200.00

    Nice original late war chinstrap marked 1/0750/0114 in unissued condition!

  • Scarce mouse grey helmet cover

    3,250.00

    Spectacular original mouse grey helmet cover in near mint condition. Made up of screen printed material leaving the inside off-white which is typical for the early reversible winter parkas. The cover is constructed out of 5 panels with 7 foliage loops. The cover is made with double and single needle sewing machines. Inside the cover is maker marked RBNr. 0/0477/1***. The cover is photographed on a size 68 M35 helmet but would also fit a M42 helmet. The cover retains its original drawstring. There are 2 or 3 of these original covers known in collections with the exact twin brother discussed here; http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/forums/showthread.php?t=107523

    Really a spectacular helmet cover that will be impossible to upgrade!

  • Size 62 M42 no decal helmet

    670.00

    Textbook size 62 M42 helmet in good used condition. Hard to read the maker marking but its a size 62. The helmet comes with its factory installed liner and chinstrap. Nice and honest helmet!

  • Unique M42 ET62 Luftwaffe single decal splotch camouflage souvenir helmet

    2,350.00

    Unique and beautiful M42 Luftwaffe camouflage helmet which was a souvenir to the liberation. On top of the camouflage the helmet is period decorated with two sword wielding orange lions which is a symbol for the pre and post war Dutch army. In between these two lions there is a period orange painted text which reads Ter herinnering de dwingelandij der moffen 10 Mei 1940 which translates to Remembrance of the tyranny of the Germans, 10 may 1940. The helmet is a textbook Luftwaffe M42 helmet marked ET62 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The helmet retains its original factory installed liner and chinstrap and has a single decal which can be seen peaking through the camouflage paint. The helmets exterior is nicely period camouflage with grey, green and brown. The helmet is a real stunner that would look nice in any helmet collection!

  • Saxon WW1 officers Pickelhaube with parade bush

    2,750.00

    Stunning original world war one officers Pickelhaube in very good condition with parade bush. The Pickelhaube is very nice example made out of resin. Excellent interior in lightbrown leather maker marked Hast & Uhthoff Könige. Hoflieferanten Dresden-N. Textbook example in excellent condition with a bulging insignia!

  • Hessen ww1 Officers Pickelhaube Feldartillerie

    2,750.00

    Stunning world war one Pickelhaube for officers in Feldartillerie Regiment 25 or 64. The helmet has a ventilated removable spike. The helmet is a textbook and complete with all components as they should be. A beautiful Pickelhaube that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Second pattern Afrikakorps tropical pith helmet

    425.00

    A nice second pattern Afrikakorps pith helmet in unissued condition. The helmet is dated 1942 and is size 57. The helmet is complete with its chinstrap and its zinc insignia.

  • German reissued Dutch pre war M33 helmet shipboard grey

    300.00

    Typical pre war Dutch M33 helmet reissued by the German army and finished in typical shipboard grey. A typical colour as used by Flak and secondary Küstenartillerie personnel. The helmet is in good condition and named inside the liner.

  • German reissued Dutch pre war M33 helmet shipboard grey

    300.00

    Typical pre war Dutch M33 helmet reissued by the German army and finished in typical shipboard grey. A typical colour as used by Flak and secondary Küstenartillerie personnel. The helmet is in good condition and is dated 1938.

  • German reissued Dutch pre war M33 helmet shipboard grey

    250.00

    Typical pre war Dutch M33 helmet reissued by the German army and finished in typical shipboard grey. A typical colour as used by Flak and secondary Küstenartillerie personnel. The helmet is in very good condition and is dated 1933 and named A. Hols.

  • Aluminum tin for Luftwaffe pilot goggles

    275.00

    Nice aluminum cover for the Windschützbrille. The case is in good condition and dated 1936.

  • M42 HKP66 three-tone brush painted camouflage helmet

    Sale! 2,600.00 2,200.00

    Nice original three-tone brush painted camouflage helmet. Nicely marked hkp66 indicating Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet has a large size 58 liner. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The liner and split pins on the helmet are original to the helmet and have never been removed. The helmet is nicely camouflaged with tan and green brush applied paint still remaining up to 90% of its original coverage. I’ve seen several helmets and camouflaged gas masks with this same green paint.

    A very nice “untouched” camouflage with nice bright colors, typical for a late war Wehrmacht Heer or Luftwaffe soldier!

  • Q66 M40 two tone camouflage helmet

    Sale! 3,250.00 2,900.00

    Superb ex wire Q66 M40 two-tone camouflage helmet in very good condition. The helmet is a fantastic example of a original camouflage helmet with remnants of the original metal wire. The helmet shows multiple repaints; one typical textured re-issue layer topped off with a two tone brick red and green camouflage paint. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original camouflage paint. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The liner and split pins on the helmet are original to the helmet and have never been removed. Top shelf helmet camouflage with nice bright colors, typical for a late war Wehrmacht Heer or Luftwaffe soldier!

  • Q66 Luftwaffe M35 double decal ex chickenwire tropical camouflage overpaint

    3,250.00

    Stunning ex-chickenwire Luftwaffe M35 helmet with multiple camouflage repaints. This helmet is nicely marked Q66 indicating production by Quist. The helmet is a killer example of a tropical overpaint which shows the obvious chickenwire ghost. The helmet retains its original liner that’s original to the helmet. The helmet has a typical Luftwaffe reissue paint that also covers the inner skirt and the liner band which is named to H Neuls. The helmet has a very nice and bright tan camouflage overpaint. Both of the Luftwaffe decals are peaking through the camouflage paint and show the typical cracking. The helmet is a stunning example of a Luftwaffe camouflage helmet and would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Transitional M18 helmet in three-tone Normandy camouflage

    2,450.00

    Stunning original M18 helmet in vibrant three-tone Normandy camouflage pattern. The M18 retains up to 90% of its original wartime applied camouflage paint with strong vibrant colours. The helmet shows signs of decals under the camouflage paint. The helmet retains its originally wartime fitted zinc liner and chinstrap.  The helmet was found in the Netherlands where a bunch in this camouflage pattern have turned up over the years. This helmet is a spectacular example of a three-tone camouflage on a reissued world war one helmet. The helmet looks to be size 66 shell. These reissued world war one helmets can be found from time to time, but this is one of the only ones I’ve ever seen in three tone camouflage! A stunning helmet that would fit in most if not all camouflage helmet collections!

  • Q64 Heer M35 battle damaged Normandy camouflage helmet Uffz Kluckow

    2,650.00

    Superb battle damaged M35 Heer helmet in three-tone brush applied Normandy camouflage over a rough reissue paint. Nicely marked Q64 indicating production by Quist. Still retaining up to 95% of its original bright camouflage finish. Looking at the paint one can clearly see a Heer decal peak through the paint. This is a spectacular example of a battle damaged three-tone camouflage helmet named to Unteroffizier Kluckow. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap that are original to the helmet. The helmet would be a great addition to any helmet collection!

  • Mid war German helmet net

    800.00

    Mid war German helmet net made of rough, brown string. Unlike the late war variant this mid war type is hard to find! The helmet net would easily compliment any German army helmet. This early type of camouflage net is very hard to find!

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