Helmets & Parts

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  • M18 Heer transitional helmet

    New
    775.00

    Textbook untouched M18 Heer reissue helmet in good as found condition. The helmet retains its factory installed liner and period applied Heer decal up to 90%.

  • Textbook ET66 Waffen-SS single decal M40 helmet

    New
    5,375.00

    Stunning and textbook named single decal Waffen-SS M40 helmet marked ET66 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The helmet is a textbook example for a Waffen-SS M40 helmet in very good condition. The dome stamp is clearly visible. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original factory finish and 90% of its textbook ET runic decal. The hemet is a untouched example with its original factory installed spliced 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 80%. Really a stunning example of one of the most iconic pieces out there that would be hard to upgrade!

  • Unique netted camouflage helmet with period picture

    New
    3,250.00

    Unique, untouched netted M35 or M40 helmet with wartime applied camouflage paint. The helmet is complete with a wartime photograph showing this very helmet and the net, unmistakingly identifying it. The helmet is marked ET66 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale with lot number 425. The helmet is a killer example of a wartime camouflage helmet with thick concrete paint completely embedding the liner pins and airvents. This would be a impeccable helmet for any helmet collector, impossible to upgrade and textbook Rautarn and Tarnnetz camouflage helmet complete with a wartime photograph of the wearer AND the helmet itself.

  • Rare qvl64 M42 no decal helmet

    1,200.00

    Rare Quist made M42 no decal helmet marked qvl64. The helmet is a very nice and late war example with full factory paint and factory installed liner. The helmet is one of the rarest variants to find because Quist kept producing M40 helmets right up to the final months of the war.

  • HKP64 no decal M42 helmet

    750.00

    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 up to 95%. A nice untouched M42 helmet!

  • Q62 M35 Single decal Heer reissue helmet

    1,200.00

    A typical reissue M35 helmet that has been reconditioned during the war. Textbook Q62 Heer reissue helmet in good used condition. Externally wartime overpainted with decal on top of the pre war double decal base. The helmet retains its original factory fitted liner and chinstrap and paint up to 90%. A nice and textbook reissue helmet in good condition!

  • ET66 M38 paratrooper helmet liner

    1,000.00

    Rare original M38 Fallschirmjäger helmet liner in used condition. Mid to late war pattern, complete with the cushion on top. The helmet’s leather was at some point partially removed, a feature I’ve seen with other helmets trying to enlarge the size. The helmet liner is a size 66 fitting size 66 helmet shells. Although it might not be a perfect liner; it could still be used in combination with a shell for display on a mannequin. Rare original helmet liner!

  • 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!

  • EF64 M40 Heer helmet in three tone “Normandy” camouflage helmet

    2,550.00

    Excellent original EF64 M40 Heer helmet in three-tone ‘Normandy’ Camouflage. The helmet is marked EF64 indicating production by Emaillierwerke Fulda. The helmet retains its factory fitted liner and period affixed chinstrap. The helmet retains up to 80% of its original and vibrant three-tone camouflage paint. The helmet is nicely named in the skirt to Gefreiter Weinhold. Excellent original three-tone camouflage helmet!

  • ET64 M35 Heer field repaint helmet named Nahrstedt

    1,650.00

    Excellent and typical M35 Heer helmet marked ET64 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. A typical example of a 1940 campaign repaint with the helmet exterior being overpainted in a dull Feldgrau masking the Heer decal. The helmet retains its factory fitted non reinforced size 57 liner and early chinstrap. The helmet retains its paint and decal up to 85%. The helmet is nicely named Nahrstedt in the skirt of the helmet. Very nice helmet with just the right amount of wear that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • CKL66 no decal M42 US souvenir helmet

    750.00

    Typical CKL66 no decal M42 helmet. This helmet was a souvenir for a soldier serving in the European Theater of Operations or ETO. The helmet retains its factory installed liner which was soaked in leather at some point indicating a possible KIA. The soldier painted a tan swastika to the front of the helmet as was done to many souvenir helmets. A typical original souvenir helmet in very good condition.

  • Ersatz Prussian EM Pickelhaube in mint condition

    1,250.00

    Excellent Prussian EM Pickelhaube in mint condition. The Pickelhaube is a Ersatz variant made in Felt. The insignia on the front in combination with the spike and shields indicating this one is made for enlisted men in the Prussian Infantry. Very nice original Pickelhaube that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Set of three unissued helmet rivets marked D&C 1942

    90.00

    A very nice set of three unissued original helmet rivets with original factory paint. The pins are all marked D&C 1942. Enough for one helmet. I have three sets, all are in the same unissued condition.

  • 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.

  • 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 SC 1943

    75.00

    A very nice set of three unissued original helmet rivets with original factory paint. The pins are all marked SC 1943. 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.

  • SE64 field repainted M35 helmet for Heer / Küstenartillerie

    1,050.00

    Very nice and aesthetic combat helmet. Field repainted in field grey on top of a reissue on top of the factory apple green paint. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The helmet is a very nice example of a helmet that was first issued in the Heer and later repainted in the field. The grey top colour is typical for coastal artillery. The helmet retains its original factory fitted non-reinforced liner. The back of the helmet and the liner are both named Gros.

  • ET68 M40 Heer ex winter camouflage helmet

    850.00

    Original M40 helmet with multiple wartime overpaints marked ET68 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The helmet is a nice example in as found condition. The helmet is a honest example of a original ex winter camouflage helmet.

  • Tarnnetz or Helmet net metal helmet attatchment hooks

    165.00

    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

    165.00

    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

    165.00

    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

    165.00

    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!

  • Late war issue German helmet net

    950.00

    A very nice late war multi coloured German helmet net. The net is in mint unissued condition. A very nice attribute to any late war Heer or Luftwaffe helmet!

  • Published SE66 M35 Heer single decal three-tone ‘Normandy’ camouflage

    3,500.00

    Excellent original single Heer M35 helmet in a three-tone ‘Normandy‘ camouflage pattern. The helmet retains up to 95% of its period camouflage overpaint with vibrant colours and contrast. The single Heer decal peaks through the camouflage paint and has not been cleaned. The helmet is published on page 64/64 of The camouflage helmets of the Wehrmacht Volume 1 by Paul C. Martin. The helmet is marked SE66 indicating production by Sachsichse Emaillierwerke AG. The helmet retains its factory installed liner and is void of a chinstrap. The helmet is named on the leather liner and inside the front visor. The helmet is published and surely one-looker original camouflage helmet that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Stunning untouched M42 helmet with period fitted field made Russian camouflage cover

    3,650.00

    One-off original untouched helmet with unique wartime fitted field made Russian camouflage cover. The helmet is a stunning example which is most probably unique in the world. The helmet is a M42 example without decal marked CKL66 with a blood stained liner. The cover is a field made example made out of Russian camouflage material. These covers were photographed in Stalingrad, with the best known example worn by Wilhelm Staub, pictured with a PPSH. The cover shows the right bleed into the material with the rivets and the air vents of the shell imprinted into the cloth. The helmet and its cover surely have always been together making it a unique helmet with cover combination that in my opinion is unique; in 15 years of collecting I’ve never seen a second one!

  • NS64 M35 double decal Heer helmet

    2,450.00

    Textbook Heer double decal M35 helmet marked NS64 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The helmet retains up to 85% of its decals and paint finish. The helmet retains its factory fitted non-reinforced aluminum liner and early chinstrap. The rear skirt of the helmet is named Geerdes. Choice helmet!

  • 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!

  • ET64 M42 two-tone camouflage helmet

    2,250.00

    A stunning two tone camouflage m42 helmet marked ET64 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The camouflage has a lot of character in the paint and nice strong colours that are even better in hand. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. It’s been named in the liner to Neumeister. The helmet is a very nice original camouflage helmet in very good condition!

  • M18 reissue helmet with rough overpaint

    600.00

    Nice untouched M18 reissue helmet with a wartime rough overpaint mixed with sand. Nice original example in as found condition!

  • M18 reissue helmet with rough overpaint

    500.00

    Nice untouched M18 reissue helmet with a wartime rough overpaint mixed with sand. Nice original example in as found 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!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • SE62 Three tone Normandy camouflage M40 helmet

    2,250.00

    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!

  • 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!

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