Helmets & Parts

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  • Mint Q60 M40 no decal helmet

    675.00

    A very rare size 60 Quist M40 no decal helmet. The shell is marked Q60 indicating production by Quist. The size 60 is equally rare as the size 70 helmets and where only made in very small batches with very little surviving examples. The helmet retains its originally fit liner and chinstrap that are original to the helmet. The helmet comes in the small size that was meant for very young or small soldiers. The helmet is a unissued example of a textbook late war rear marked Quist no decal M40 helmet in top condition that would be very hard to upgrade. A must have for any helmet collector as it is of the super rare size 60 shell…

  • Textbook German helmet net

    850.00

    Textbook 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!

  • Second pattern Waffen-SS helmet cover in Oak C (!) camouflage

    5,750.00

    Scarce original second pattern Waffen-SS Oak C (!) camouflage pattern cover in combat used condition. The cover retains all of its originally sewn loops and vibrant colours in the camouflage pattern that really pops in hand. The cover is photographed on a size 66 shell making it a very desirable size. The cover is in very good condition and unlike many “mint” oak covers flooding the market today – this is a actually worn piece with loads of patina that is very hard to find.

  • Stunning named and unit marked NS66 M35 double decal Heer combat helmet with 1935 Schuberth liner

    2,200.00

    Exceptional named and early pre war 1935 dated M35 double decal Heer helmet marked NS66 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The skirt of the helmet is bears the lot number E10 which is one of the lowest lot numbers I’ve encountered. The non-reinforced early pattern Schuberth liner is dated 1935 on the band ánd the round marking on the leather. The helmet retains its originally attached liner and chinstrap marked G. Schiele Loburg 1937. The rim on the helmet is the typical early production with the hand rolled rim. The rear skirt of the shell retains multiple unit markings. One being 11./J.R.10 indicating 11. Kompanie Infanterie Regiment 10. The other marking is also named to Oberschütze Panitz 5./J.R.101. Both these units took part of the Polenfeldzug in 1939 and the Westfeldzug in 1940. The helmets exterior bears two Heer decals with the national three-color partially period removed as ordered in 1940. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original factory paint.

    The helmet was recently recovered in household clearance in the area of Dresden which perfectly matches the unit marking inside the skirt. Infanterie regiment 10 was renamed into Infanterie Regiment Dresden in 1935. The helmet has never been in a collection before – very hard to find a real early war combat helmet like this one which both survived the Polenfeldzug in 1939 and the Westfeldzug in 1940! A perfect helmet for a 1940 combat mannequin, this helmet is really a nice textbook example of a pre war combat helmet, this helmet has it all!

  • M42 HKP66 three-tone brush painted camouflage helmet

    2,600.00

    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!

  • CKL66 M42 single decal Heer brush painted camouflage helmet

    3,150.00

    Superb large sized single decal Heer m42 helmet marked CKL66 indicating production by Eisen- u. Huettenwerke, Thale, Harz. The helmet was originally sourced from a non-collector in the Netherlands and has only been in one collection since. The helmet is a very nice one looker example of a Heer camouflage helmet. The decal was carefully painted around and it hasn’t been cleaned. The camouflage pattern indicates it once had a leather or rubber band around the helmet prior to camouflaging. The helmet is named to Gerschk and numbered 19233 indicating further research could be possible! The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The chinstrap shows a unique attribute having the buckle painted in tan camouflage paint! The liner and split pins on the helmet are original to the helmet and have never been removed. A fantastic example of a original camouflage helmet with loads of patina and character.

  • Q66 M40 two tone camouflage helmet

    3,250.00

    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!

  • Second pattern Waffen-SS helmet cover in Oak camouflage

    3,650.00

    Scarce original second pattern Waffen-SS Oak camouflage pattern cover in combat used condition. The cover retains all of its originally sewn loops and vibrant colours in the camouflage pattern. There is visible wear and tear to the cover; but you’ll be sure you own a original cover! The cover is photographed on a size 64 shell. The cover is in very good condition and unlike many “mint” oak covers flooding the market today – this is a actually worn piece with loads of patina that is very hard to find.

  • 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!

  • Textbook ET66 Waffen-SS single decal M40 helmet

    7,475.00

    Stunning and textbook named single decal Waffen-SS M40 helmet marked ET66 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The helmet is a spectacular example for a Waffen-SS m40 helmet in very good condition. The dome stamp is clearly visible. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original factory finish and decal. The hemet is a untouched example with its original named liner and chinstrap. The helmet is a nice large size 66 with a nice 58 size liner. The helmet retains its period factory applied textbook ET style runic decal up to 95%. Really a stunning example of one of the most iconic pieces out there that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Reissued Austrian M16 size 66 camouflage helmet

    995.00

    Stunning Austrian size 66 Heer/Kriegsmarine camouflage helmet. This camouflage pattern is most probably is a pattern as used by coastal artillery or Küstenartillerie. The helmet retains remnants of decal(s) underneath the camouflage paint. Great m18 helmet!

  • Late war german helmet chinstrap marked RB-Nr. 1079/0031

    175.00

    In good supple condition and marked RB-Nr. 1079/0031. Ideal if you have that unissued M42 without chinstrap!

  • Berndorfer Austro-Hungarian reissued Police double decal helmet named Lechner

    1,000.00

    Nice reissued world war one Austro-Hungarian helmet reissued for use with the Polizei. The helmet retains both decals and most of its factory reissue paint. The helmet retains its original chinstrap and liner named to Lechner. The shell is marked 64 with the bear logo indicating production by Berndorfer Metal-Warenfabrik A Krupp AG. Very nice and aesthetic reissued Austro-Hungarian KuK helmet!

  • Minty Luftschutz Gladiator helmet

    225.00

    A nice original Luftschutz gladiator type helmet in near mint condition. The original paint and decal still retains up to 99%. Very hard to upgrade!

  • Dutch pre war M33 camouflaged combat helmet

    850.00

    Exceptional Dutch M33 helmet used by the Dutch army, Küstenartillerie or Schutzmannschaft. Typical may 1940 example where the lion insignia was removed from the front of the helmet. The helmet was camouflaged with a coarse paint in typical red and green tones. A very nice and rare Dutch M33 camouflage helmet in very good, lightly worn condition!

  • Mint condition helmet chinstrap marked RF.Nr. 0/0494/0008

    180.00

    Mint condition original German helmet chinstrap marked RF.Nr. 0/0494/0008.

  • Textbook midwar helmet net in used condition

    1,050.00

    Rare 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 rare and comes with the original attachment hooks.

  • Tarnnetz or Helmet net metal helmet attatchment hooks

    175.00

    Hard to find loose set of original metal wire hooks to attach the Tarnnetz or German army helmet net to the German helmet. These are hard to find as a spare and a must have for a German helmet net!

  • Tarnnetz or Helmet net metal helmet attatchment hooks

    175.00

    Hard to find loose set of original metal wire hooks to attach the Tarnnetz or German army helmet net to the German helmet. These are hard to find as a spare and a must have for a German helmet net!

  • 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!

  • M35 Heer Battledamaged textured three-tone EF62 camouflage helmet

    1,850.00

    Stunning original battle damaged M35 three-tone camouflage helmet. Nicely marked EF62 indicating production by Emaillierwerke Fulda with its original size 55 liner. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original wartime field applied camouflage paint. The helmet has a small shrapnel damage on the rear skirt that most probably was a lucky catch to the wearer. The helmet is a nice and typical three-tone camouflage helmet with a nice battle damage!

  • Rare M40 ET66 Heer double decal helmet

    2,250.00

    Rare original Heer M40 double decal Heer helmet in very good condition. Helmet retains both of its period factory applied decals and most of its original factory paint. The helmet retains its liner and chinstrap and is marked DRP 1940. The Helmet itself is marked ET66 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke, Thale. The helmet is a truly rare example of a double decal M40. The helmet has been discussed before on German Helmet Walhalla. The helmet would be a great addition to any helmet collection!

  • Scarce ET62 M35 double decal Kriegsmarine helmet

    5,900.00

    Minty and extremely scarce M35 ET62 double decal Kriegsmarine helmet. This helmet is a stunning and prime example of a near mint Kriegsmarine double decal M35 helmet. These helmets are extremely scarce as the three colour national shield was ordered removed very early in the war. The helmet retains its textbook ET Kriegsmarine decal and national shield up to 99%. The original paint surface on the helmet is smooth and still retains up to 99%. The helmet retains its original untouched liner with 3 tight liner pins all with full original paint. The helmet would be a prime piece in any Kriegsmarine collection! For sure the best Kriegsmarine I’ve had to offer!

  • M35 single decal Heer Q62 reissue helmet with period applied net

    1,750.00

    A nice untouched helmet, as found, retains its original liner and chinstrap. The helmet features a rough period overpaint and a period applied helmet net. The helmet shell shows a Heer decal peaking through the paint under the net. Without a doubt this helmet has seen a lot of action during the war. The helmet net shows a lot of interaction with the border of the helmet and the net. The helmet net has been on this helmet a long time! A classic yet very hard to find a original period netted helmet.

  • EF64 M42 helmet in Three-tone sawdust camouflage

    2,250.00

    A one looker original three-tone sawdust camouflage helmet in very good, used condition. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original sawdust camouflage paint. The helmet retains its original liner in size 56. The helmet is a nice example of a sawdust camouflage helmet with good strong colours!

  • EF66 subtle ex netted camouflage Luftwaffe M40 helmet

    1,275.00

    Stunning M40 subtle field division Ex-netted camouflage helmet. A great original Luftwaffe camouflage helmet camouflaged with green and brown tones externally. Looking between the liner one can see the remnants of a Tarnnetz that once addorned the exterior of the shell. A nice large sized helmet in very good condition! The helmet retains its original liner and toned Luftwaffe decal.

  • 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!

  • Mid-war German helmet net

    950.00

    A hard to find mid war German helmet net in mint condition. Not to be confused with the late war helmet nets with the open ends. Hard to find mid war helmet net with all the original hardware. Can’t be upgraded!

  • Second pattern Afrikakorps tropical pith helmet

    345.00

    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.

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