Helmets & Parts

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  • SE62 Three tone Normandy camouflage M40 helmet

    1,900.00

    A very nice untouched M35 camouflage helmet. The helmet is nicely repainted during the war in the classic three tone Normandy colours. The camouflage still retains up to 80% of its original coverage. The helmet retains its original liner original to the helmet. The helmet was originally found in the woodwork in Dijon, France. A nice untouched camouflage helmet!

  • Q62 M35 field repainted ex winter camouflage helmet

    875.00

    Typical field repainted M35 helmet named Obergefreiter Brennstahl. The helmet is marked Q62 indicating production by Quist. The helmet retains its factory installed liner and chinstrap and shows signs of being a ex winter camouflage helmet. Nice and IMO typical Heer reissue helmet!

  • ET64 M35 field repainted double decal Luftwaffe helmet

    1,275.00

    Textbook early M35 Luftwaffe double decal helmet with period applied blue overpaint. The eagle decal was masked in the process and the tricolor decal leaves a nice shadow. The helmet is a excellent untouched example with factory fitted liner and scarce brown leather LBA marked chinstrap.

  • NS66 M40 single decal Heer helmet

    1,275.00

    Textbook Heer M40 single decal helmet marked NS66 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The helmet is in good used condition and comes with its factory installed liner and chinstrap.

  • CKL64 M42 single decal helmet

    1,250.00

    Textbook M42 single decal Heer helmet with its original liner and captured chinstrap. The helmet is in very good condition with up to 90% of its original factory finish. The two front pins in the liner have been replaced at some point, but judging by the liner they have been in there a long time; possibly a wartime replacement.

  • CKL64 M42 single decal Heer helmet

    1,575.00

    Textbook Heer single decal M42 helmet with factory fitted liner and period fitted chinstrap. The helmet retains up to 90% of its factory finish and decal rendering it hard to upgrade.

  • Q64 M40 no decal helmet

    900.00

    Nice example of a late war Q64 no decal M40 helmet in mint condition. The Quist firm produced the size 64 M40 helmet shell right up till late in 1944 whilst the other companies all adopted the M42 model. The helmet is a tell tale of the Quist quality with a shell blued prior to painting. The outside retains up to 95% of its factory applied textured paint. The inside is typical for these helmets finished without texture. This helmet was made for all the branches just like the M42 helmet without decal. The helmet is a bit dusty but unissued and would be hard to upgrade.

  • Q64 M40 no decal helmet

    825.00

    Nice example of a late war Q64 no decal M40 helmet in good used condition. The Quist firm produced the size 64 M40 helmet shell right up till late in 1944 whilst the other companies all adopted the M42 model. The helmet is a tell tale of the Quist quality with a shell blued prior to painting. The outside retains up to 85% of its factory applied textured paint. The inside is typical for these helmets finished without texture. This helmet was made for all the branches just like the M42 helmet without decal. The helmet features a field adapted and attached chinstrap which is original to the helmet. Hard to find late war M40 helmet without decal!

  • Rare CKL70 M42 double decal Waffen-SS helmet

    9,500.00

    Rare, Waffen-SS double decal M42 helmet in the exceedingly hard to find size 70 shell. The helmet is in great condition with over 90% of its original factory paint finish. The helmet retains its original ET pattern SS and Partei decal up to 95%. Size 70 helmets are the rarest size ever made. The liner is a replacement in size 61, but in my opinion that does not deter from the rarity of this helmet. It is by far the rarest combination of helmet that I have had to offer. These size 70 helmets where highly exceptional during the war and had to be ordered from the factory as they where not made in batches. There have been at least 7 known examples of size 70 SS helmets and each one has been observed to feature double decals directly applied from the factory. It is simply the rarest sized helmet out there, especially rare being Waffen-SS. One of those helmets you know you’ll probably never find another one!

     

  • M17 Austrian transitional double decal Heer helmet

    1,000.00

    Textbook Austrian M17 transitional Heer helmet. The helmet retains its Heer decal but had its tricolor decal period removed. The helmet retains its factory placed liner and period placed chinstrap. The helmet is a nice and typical Transitional example.

  • 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!

  • German reissued Dutch pre war M34 helmet

    700.00

    A very nice Dutch pre war helmet reissued in the Wehrmacht. These helmets where used and worn by secondary troops such as eastern volunteers but most of them got issued to members of the Schutzmannschaft. The helmet comes with its wartime converted and assembled German M31 liner.

  • Dutch m16 helmet

    300.00

    Rare first world war Dutch M16 helmet in good used condition. At one point it was repainted but as far as I can judge it could well be a period field repaint. Nice and uncommon helmet in good, complete condition.

  • Belgian M1931 Adrian helmet

    255.00

    Excellent original Belgian M1931 Adrian helmet with original liner and sadly the chinstrap has been torn off. The helmet is a typical wartime used example with factory paint.

  • Blue field repainted M35 helmet

    675.00

    Textbook field repainted M35 helmet with blue spray painted overpaint. The helmet is a good, untouched example with loads of character. The marking ET can be seen but the shell size is hard to read. Judging by eye I’d say it’s a size 66, nice untouched field repainted helmet!

  • Rare leather Polizei crash helmet Robert Lubstein

    1,250.00

    Rare original leather Polizei crash helmet in good used condition. The helmet is marked Robert Lubstein Erel Ges.Gesch. No 55. The helmet has its complete leather liner, with moth damage to its lining. Otherwise rare and complete!

  • 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 battledamaged ET66 M40 double decal Waffen-SS helmet

    10,275.00

    Excellent original Waffen-SS M40 double decal helmet with battle damage and blood soaked liner. The helmet is marked ET66 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale in the large shell size 66. The helmet retains both of its original decals up to 80%. The helmet retains its factory fitted liner and period placed chinstrap; both in blood soaked condition. This is a typical ‘KIA’ or ‘Killed in Action’ helmet. The helmet would be a prime piece in any collection for two factors; it being a untouched KIA SS helmet ánd it being a double decal M40 helmet which is a scarce feature. Choice one-looker helmet that would be extremely hard to upgrade.

  • Rare Dutch pre war helmet covering cloth

    425.00

    Extremely scarce original pre war Dutch helmet cover or ‘helmdoek’ in unissued condition. These cloth covers were worn on helmets during exercises and only very few examples survived to this day. This is a scarce opportunity to get one of these rare pre war helmet covers in mint condition!

  • SE64 M35 single decal two-tone camouflage helmet

    2,750.00

    Excellent single decal M35 helmet in two-tone camouflage pattern marked SE64 indicating production by Sachsichse Emaillierwerke Fulda. The helmet retains its factory installed liner. The liner pins are void of paint externally, but behind the fronts the camouflage paint remains, inside the pins look exactly how they should. The liner is named H. Beyer N1341/40E – the latter number indicates he was enlisted in the Kriegsmarine serving on the North Sea. There is a decal underneath the camouflage paint, but it looks to be a Heer example. There are numerous examples of Heer helmets found in Kriegsmarine use and this is a excellent example.

  • Battle damaged Q64 M35 Heer wood chip camouflage

    3,250.00

    Striking battle damaged M35 sawdust camouflage helmet in untouched condition. The helmet is marked Q64 indicating production by Quist. The helmet retains up to 95% of its period applied wood chip camouflage paint. There is a bullet hole to the right side of the helmet, piercing the shell and tearing out the liner rivet and vent hole. The helmet is a striking example that would easily be a prime piece in any helmet collection!

  • Rare unapplied Heer decal by Ed Strache

    200.00

    Rare unissued Heer helmet decal in mint condition. This decal was never applied to a helmet and is nicely marked Ed Strache. Nice piece that would nicely display in a helmet collection!

  • Set of three unissued helmet rivets marked D&C 1943

    75.00

    A very nice set of three unissued original helmet rivets with original factory paint. The pins are all marked D&C 1943. Enough for one helmet. I have three sets, all are in the same unissued condition.

  • First pattern M31 German helmet liner size 62 marked Schuberth-Werke 1931

    475.00

    Excellent and very rare original 1931 dated aluminium liner. The liner is a nice but small size 54 fitting for size 62 helmet shells. The liner is nicely marked Schuberth-Werke – AG, Braunschweig 1931 which indicates 1931(!) production. The helmet liner is complete with its original drawstring still attached. This is the earliest liner I have ever encountered. Beautiful example which would be simply impossible to upgrade!

  • Set of three unissued early helmet rivets

    90.00

    Unissued set of smooth grey helmet rivets as intended for Early Luftwaffe M35 helmets. Very hard to find these as spares. The pins are unmarked but typical brass based early examples. The grey colour indicates they are made for Luftwaffe M35 helmets. I have found a few sets in unissued condition. This means you get a set of three, in unissued condition as pictured. Very hard to find spares; especially for the early helmets!

  • Q64 single decal Heer M35 helmet with two-tone camouflage

    2,350.00

    Untouched two-tone camouflage helmet marked Q64 indicating production by Quist. Textbook single decal M35 Heer helmet in combat worn condition. The helmet retains its factory fitted liner and chinstrap marked Franz Brehme. The helmet is a excellent and combat worn example with just the right amount of character!

  • Chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe EM visor cap marked Rahm & Kampmann 1938

    65.00

    Excellent original chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe (Wehrmacht) EM enlisted mens visor cap. The chinstrap is nicely marked with an ink stamp Rahm & Kampmann, Wuppertal 1938. The chinstrap is unissued and in good usable condition and is very rare to find as a spare!

  • Chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe EM visor cap

    60.00

    Excellent original chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe (Wehrmacht) EM enlisted mens visor cap. The chinstrap is unissued and in good usable condition and is very rare to find as a spare!

  • Chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe EM visor cap marked Rahm & Kampmann 1938

    65.00

    Excellent original chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe (Wehrmacht) EM enlisted mens visor cap. The chinstrap is nicely marked with an ink stamp Rahm & Kampmann, Wuppertal 1938. The chinstrap is unissued and in good usable condition and is very rare to find as a spare!

  • Chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe EM visor cap marked Rahm & Kampmann 1938

    65.00

    Excellent original chinstrap for Heer/Luftwaffe (Wehrmacht) EM enlisted mens visor cap. The chinstrap is nicely marked with an ink stamp Rahm & Kampmann, Wuppertal 1938. The chinstrap is unissued and in good usable condition and is very rare to find as a spare!

  • Late war German light brown chinstrap

    200.00

    Textbook late war original German helmet chinstrap in good used condition. Made out of unusual brown “natural” leather. The long strap has been a bit shortened but it still has enough length to close properly! Hard to find as a spare!

  • Rare Dutch pre war helmet covering cloth

    425.00

    Extremely scarce original pre war Dutch helmet cover or ‘helmdoek’ in unissued condition. These cloth covers were worn on helmets during exercises and only very few examples survived to this day. This is a scarce opportunity to get one of these rare pre war helmet covers in mint condition!

  • Rare Dutch pre war helmet covering cloth

    525.00

    Extremely scarce original pre war Dutch helmet cover or ‘helmdoek’ in unissued condition. These cloth covers were worn on helmets during exercises and only very few examples survived to this day. This is a scarce opportunity to get one of these rare pre war helmet covers in mint condition – as far as I know the only red variant out there!

  • Set of three unissued helmet rivets marked KA 4

    75.00

    A very nice set of three unissued original helmet rivets with original factory paint. The pins are all marked KA 4. Enough for one helmet. I have three sets, all are in the same unissued condition.

  • Set of three unissued helmet rivets marked MSS 44

    75.00

    A very nice set of three unissued original helmet rivets with original factory paint. The pins are all marked MSS 44. Enough for one helmet. I have three sets, all are in the same unissued condition.

  • Set of three unissued helmet rivets marked B.U.C 43

    75.00

    A very nice set of three unissued original helmet rivets with original factory paint. The pins are all marked B.U.C 43. Enough for one helmet. I have three sets, all are in the same unissued condition.

  • ET64 M35 Heer chunky sawdust camouflage helmet

    2,450.00

    Textbook chunky sawdust camouflage M35 helmet in great as found condition. The helmet is a typical wartime camouflaged M35 helmet with up to 80% of the original camouflage paint remaining. The helmet is marked ET64 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The helmet is a typical early double decal M35 helmet with its factory installed reinforced aluminum liner and the wartime fitted chinstrap. A killer example of a sawdust camouflage helmet in great condition!

  • 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!

  • Aluminum tin for Luftwaffe pilot goggles

    275.00

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

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