Helmets & Parts

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  • NS64 M42 Heer camouflage helmet

    1,200.00

    A nice and honest NS64 M42 camouflage helmet. The helmet retains up to 65% of its white winter whitewash which has severely darkened due to combat use. The helmet is marked NS64 indicating production by Nickelwerke Schwerte. The helmet retains its ‘thin wing’ Heer decal by Huber Jordan & Koerner.  A perfect camouflage helmet for a Battle of the Bulge themed mannequin!

  • Stunning woodwork ET64 M35 Kriegsmarine camouflage helmet found in Hoek van Holland

    2,450.00

    A stunning woodwork ET64 M35 Kriegsmarine camouflage helmet found in the Batterie Vineta, Hoek van Holland. The helmet was picked up by a boy right after the war and has only been in one collection ever since. The helmet is in great condition with over 90% of the tan camouflage paint remaining. The original ET Kriegsmarine decal is still 100%, partially obscured by green camouflage paint. The decal has the thin black border around the eagle and the swastika has a strong, deep golden tint as would be expected of a Kriegsmarine decal. The tricolor decal has been removed, as per regulation in 1940. The back skirt is nicely named to Hernez on top of the lot number 4936. The helmet is a great example of a Coastal Artillery camouflage helmet and it would be very hard to upgrade. Especially with the provenance of the helmet being picked up from a certain (and famous) Coastal Artillery Battery Vineta in Hoek van Holland, the Netherlands. This helmet would be a prime piece in any coastal artillery collector!

  • Published CKL64 M42 three-tone camouflage helmet

    2,450.00

    A textbook three-tone Normandy camouflage M42 helmet as used by Heer and Waffen-SS. The helmet is in good used condition with vibrant colours. The helmet retains its original liner and (broken) chinstrap that have never been removed from the helmet. The helmet is pictured and published in the book Tylisz, D. (2011) Normandy 44 – German helmets. The helmet retains up to 80% of its original camouflage paint and is a typical example of a original three-tone Normandy camouflage helmet!

  • Q68 M35 reissue shipboard grey camouflage helmet

    950.00

    Typical M35 shipboard grey reissue helmet. The helmet is marked Q68 indicating production by Quist. 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. Also the former decal can easily be spotted right through the paint. The helmet is fitted with a late war M31 liner which has a newspaper sewn inside for insulation. The liner was marked with Kopierstift to the name Stockinger. The chinstrap was found on the helmet and is most likely a locally made replacement strap. The helmet is a great example of a reissue helmet finished in shipboard grey which was a colour attributed to coastal artillery personnel!

  • Q64 M35 double decal Heer helmet in apple green paint from 1936

    2,400.00

    A stunning 1936 dated apple green M35 double decal Heer helmet. The helmet is nicely marked Q64 indicating production by Quist with the lot number 5140. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original apple green paint inside and out. The helmet has not two but 4 decals applied stacked on top of each other. This could be one of the earliest re-issue helmets. The helmet retains its original rare 1931 (!) dated single band Schuberth type liner. This was a scarce liner of the first batch of M31 liners for the M35 helmet. The dome of the helmet shows a nice and clear dome stamp dated 1936. The Chinstrap is also original to the helmet and nicely dated 1937. The helmet is in very good condition and would be very hard to upgrade. Finding a M35 helmet with apple green paint and stacked decals is very hard!

  • M42 ckl62 wire camouflage helmet

    1,600.00

    Rare original M42 wire camouflage helmet marked ckl62. The helmet exhibits a nice cohesion with the wire between the wire and the shell. The wire is tight, original and wartime applied. The liner is also tight and original to the shell. The soft size 55 leather liner is in good, used condition. The chinstrap shows wear and nicely marked on the end. The helmet is marked CKL62 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale. The helmet still retains up to 90% of its original factory textured paint. Authentic wire camouflage helmets like this one are hard to find, and this one is in great condition.

  • Stone mint ’41 dated German helmet chinstrap

    225.00

    Simply the best mint chinstrap I’ve found. Nicely dated 1941, supple and with a nice painted buckle. Mint strap thats impossible to find if you have that one mint M40 helmet!

  • Second pattern Afrikakorps tropical pith helmet R&C 1942

    350.00

    A nice second pattern Afrikakorps pith helmet in unissued condition. The helmet is dated 1942 and is size 56. The helmet is complete with its chinstrap and its zinc insignia.

  • HKP64 M42 small mesh half basket chickenwire helmet

    3,000.00

    A spectacular M42 half basket chickenwire helmet. The helmet is marked hkp64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. in the shell size 64. The helmet retains its wartime installed half basket chickenwire camouflage netting which has never been removed from the helmet. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original fieldgrey paint. The liner and chinstrap are original to the helmet and are both in strong used condition. The helmet and its camouflage netting are a one looker original set. Chickenwire camouflage helmets are highly sought after and are key parts of every helmet collection. Simply a stunning chickenwire camouflage helmet that would be véry hard to upgrade.

  • 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 56. The helmet is complete with its chinstrap and its zinc insignia.

  • Q64 double decal Luftwaffe M35 helmet in three tone camouflage

    2,900.00

    A classic Q64 double decal Luftwaffe M35 three tone or Normandy camouflage helmet. The helmet retains its original vibrant camouflage up to 90%. The two Luftwaffe decals are visible through the paint. Also, its original liner and chinstrap with split pins firmly in place. The chinstrap is a nice chocolate brown variant that is original to the helmet. The helmet was found in the woodwork in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The helmet is truly a stunning example of a three tone camouflage helmet in very good condition!

  • Minty EF64 M35 double decal Heer helmet

    2,800.00

    A double decal Heer M35 helmet in minty condition. Nicely marked EF64 indicating production by Emaillierwerke Fulda. The non reinforced liner band is dated 1937, under the liner we can see a nice and clear domestamp indicating this helmet was assembled in 1937. The helmet still retains 99% of its original decals and paint. The left decal has a fold on the left side which is a faulty application, not a damage! The helmet is truly one of the best green M35 helmets that I’ve seen out there and would be a crown in any helmet collection. Simply a textbook M35 in the best possible condition!

  • ET62 M35 single decal Heer helmet in three-tone Normandy camouflage

    1,550.00

    A nice and honest single decal M35 Heer helmet in three-tone Normandy camouflage. A rare base helmet to start with, a M35 helmet made to M40 specs which is covered with a very smooth three-tone camouflage. The camouflage still retains up to 85% and nicely shows the decal through the paint. Nicely marked ET62 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke Thale. The helmet is complete with its liner and chinstrap which are original to the helmet. The helmet is a nice and honest one-looker in great condition!

  • 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.

  • EF64 M35 Heer double decal helmet

    1,500.00

    As found original, M35 double decal Heer helmet. The helmet is marked EF64 indicating production by Emaillierwerke Fulda. The helmet is in good used condition complete with 85% of its original green factory paint. The helmet retains 95% of both its original factory applied decals. The helmet is fitted with a reinforced aluminum liner which is original to the helmet. Two of the rivets in the helmet are without washers. The split pins are in a slightly different colour which is typical for these late M35 type helmets. The helmet is nice original double decal with lots of paint, patina and decal at a sharp price!

  • 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!

  • Late war German helmet net with wire hooks

    1,000.00

    A very nice late war multi coloured German helmet net. The net is in mint unissued condition and comes with a fine pair of net wire hooks to attach the het to the helmet. A very nice attribute to any late war Heer or Luftwaffe helmet!

  • Stunning M40 SE64 Luftwaffe textured Normandy camo helmet

    2,650.00

    Truly a stunning textured three tone Normandy camouflage helmet. The helmet is a real stunner; named, loads of patina, vibrant colours and a Luftwaffe decal peaking through the paint! The helmet is marked SE64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap and is in untouched condition. The short part of the chinstrap is damaged but would still be easily fixed without further damage with a spare or a piece of wire. The helmet is named to Obergefreiter Hohmann. 

    If you’re looking for a killer camouflage helmet that will tick all your boxes this is it!

  • 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!

  • Q66 double decal M40 Polizei helmet

    1,350.00

    A stunning double decal M40 Polizei helmet. The helmet retains both of its original decals and its liner and chinstrap it was found with. The helmet was brought back by a US 3rd division veteran out of Italy and has not been altered. The helmet is a nice big 66cm size. A nice original police helmet!

  • Untouched Early 66 M35 Rautarn camouflage helmet

    1,350.00

    A killer untouched early M35 helmet with rough sand/sawdust camouflage repaint. The helmet retains up to 95% of its wartime applied paint and decal. The helmet has multiple layers of paint and multiple decals. The shape of the national decal can be seen through the paint on the right side of the helmet. The left side of the helmet shows the reissue Heer decal and multiple layers of paint. The camouflage paint contains traces of sawdust and sand and would be attributed as being Rautarn or Zimmerit . The helmet is one of the earliest M35’s to being produced with the hand rolled rim. The first model single band liner is a large size 58 and dated 1937. The liner and chinstrap have never been removed and are original to the helmet. Inside the liner a name Regen can be seen. The dome stamp of the helmet is still visible. A all-round stunning helmet in untouched condition that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Mid war German helmet net

    825.00

    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!

  • Kriegsmarine M35 camouflage helmet

    1,350.00

    A nice original Kriegsmarine camouflage helmet. The helmet is marked ET66 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale and has a non reinforced, 19378 dated size 58 liner. The helmet retains its original Kriegsmarine decal and is still in a dusty untouched condition. The helmet was repainted 2 or 3 times during the war and had two, not one decals applied. If you look at the closeup you can clearly see the overlaying of the decals and the clear golden feathers of the Kriegsmarine decal, not to be confused with a toned Heer decal. The national or tricolor decal was removed wartime, as per regulation. The helmet still retains most of its tan and green spray painted camouflage. The rivets are, like the liner, original to the helmet and have not been removed.

    The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap which are original to the helmet! The lot number in the helmet is 3678 and according to the lot number reference by Brian Ice it is exactly as it should: M35 ET66 3678 DD KM 37NRAB BS.

    The helmet has a lot of patina and makes a great display piece, hard to find a original Kriegsmarine camouflage helmet!

     

     

  • Brush painted camouflage EF66 M42 helmet

    2,550.00

    A camouflaged M42 helmet marked EF66 indicating production by Emaillierwerke A.G., Fulda. The helmet is covered in a thick brush applied camouflage paint in four tones. The helmet retains most of its camouflage paint and has is complete with its liner and chinstrap. A attractive and nice and brightly camouflaged helmet in very good condition!

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