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The Following Are Not For Sale. They Are Small Fraction From My Personal Collection
M40 Q64 Whitewash Combat Police Helmet
Another “Woodwork” find roughly 15 minutes from my location several years ago
Trio Of M38 Double Decal Fallschirmjäger’s
M38 ET66 German Paratrooper/Fallschirmjäger Double Decal Helmet
This helmet was sourced out of the “Woodwork” from Connecticut.
M38 ET68 German Paratrooper/Fallschirmjäger Double Decal Helmet
This was found in June 2016 by a picker of mine at a yard sale in Long Island, New York. He paid $5 for the helmet but I had to pony up much more. The helmet is is excellent condition with both decals nearly 100%. The concussion pads are the early white rubber version. The chinstrap buckle is even the early anodized tension clasp. Another neat feature is the ID tag fixed to one of the liner air holes. The same initials and ID numbers are written in fountain pen on the leather liner. This helmet also won the 2016 Helmet Of The Year on German Helmet Walhalla collecting forum.
M38 ET66 German Paratrooper/Fallschirmjäger Double Decal Helmet w/ Splinter Cover
I was lucky enough to find this matching pair from a 50+ year old collection in April 2015. The 1st pattern splinter helmet cover is my second in all my years of collecting. The 1st pattern style cover with hooks are extremely rare. The wear on the exterior of the helmet is consistent with a helmet cover being applied over the top during war time. Concussion pads on this one are the black foam style which is fine for a higher lot number double decal. It also features the friction style chinstrap buckle.
M35 ET64 German Waffen SS Double Decal Helmet
M35 Q68 German Luftwaffe Double Decal Half Basket Galvanized Wire
Both From Same Veteran With Provenance
Both helmets came out of the Washington DC area from the Veteran’s son. Also included were Mr. Sheehan’s discharge papers and something extra special. There is a radio interview of Mr. Sheehan while he was a Major in the 377 Infantry Regiment 95 Infantry Division during the battle at the Siegfried Line. In the background you can clearly hear the bombardment occurring. Attached is a link to YouTube. Listen for the name and watch for the discharge papers in the video I created.
Waffen SS Helmet
Original factory pea green paint approx 97%. Both authentic and factory applied decals are off the charts! Waffen SS runic decal an easy 99% with the Party decal coming in at a close 97%. Super tight fitting liner system 100% original to the helmet. All three untouched split pin rivet fasteners intact and complete with all three slotted washers. Reinforced aluminum liner band manufacturer stamped and dated D.R.P. Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1939. Goat skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and still retaining a brilliant creamy color. Drawstring in full length with original knot still in place. Buckle end of chinstrap is the early aluminum style. Long portion of strap is in full length and pliable. Manufacturer and 1938 date visible on tip. Very clear quality control ink stamp visible on interior crown of helmet. Overall excellent condition.
This is a high grade wire helmet that shows great interaction between the wire and helmet shell. Exterior factory schiefergrau (slate gray) exhibits very light wear which rates at approx 95%. Both authentic and factory applied decals in super condition. The Luftwaffe adler decal rates at approx 95% while the National tri-color decal rates at approx 85%. Super tight fitting liner system 100% original to the helmet. All three untouched split pin rivet fasteners intact and complete with all three slotted washers. Reinforced aluminum liner band manufacturer stamped and dated D.R.P. Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1939. Goat skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Drawstring is broken but I have excellent replacements on hand. Buckle end of chinstrap is steel. Long portion of strap is fully pliable but cut down and inch or so by the soldier. Neatly named on the rear of the flange to the soldier Kan. Kissel which Kan is an abbreviation for cannoneer or Flak Gunner. Overall excellent condition.
M40 Q64 Luftwaffe Chicken Wire Camo Helmet
Out of the “Woodwork” from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania a few years back. From the Veteran’s family but no Provenance.
M38 ET68 Tropical Fallschirmjäger Helmet
M38 ET68 Fallschirmjäger From Veteran In Ship Home Crate
Part of my personal collection. This helmet along with the send home crate comes from a Veteran Estate out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. From what I was told the helmet was captured from an abandon airfield in France. The helmet is in near mint condition and probably never used. Paint, Luftwaffe decal and liner are in near perfect condition. Crate still has original packing material.
M40 NS64 German Army “Normandy” Camo Helmet
Part of my personal collection and sourced out of the woodwork from Yorba Linda, California. Exterior displays a tri-color hand applied camouflage in tan, green & brown with woodchips mixed in the paint. Being a 3 color camo, collections have coined this style the Normandy camo. Army decal clearly seen under the tan paint. At one time it had a wire around the exterior to attach foliage to further enhance camouflage. All leather components fully pliable and functionable.
M40 ET64 German Army Camo Helmet
Part of my personal collection and sourced out of the woodwork from Baltimore, Maryland. Exterior displays a hand painted tan & green camouflage with woodchips mixed in. At one time it had a wire around the exterior to attach foliage to further enhance camouflage. All leather components fully pliable and functionable.
M35 ET64 German Heer (Army) Helmet
Part of my personal collection and sourced out of the Woodwork from Minnesota. Exterior has most its factory pea green paint intact. Both Army and tri color National decals nearly 100%. Clear and visible quality control ink dome stamp on interior crown of helmet. All leather components fully pliable and functionable.
1St Pattern Fallschirmjäger (Paratrooper) Splinter Pattern Camouflage Helmet Cover
Mega Rare. From my personal collection sourced out of the “Woodwork” from Albuquerque, New Mexico.
M35 ET64 SS VT Helmet & Tunic
Both helmet and SS Oberscharführer Deutschland Regiment tunic were sourced out of the “Woodwork” as a matching set and are currently in my personal collection. The helmet has an original factory apple green paint with a first set of SS decals then was repainted black and re decaled with Pocher decals. All period correct configuration for an SS VT helmet. Aluminum liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated D.R.P. Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1938. Clear and visible stamped in ink is the quality control acceptance dome stamp on interior crown of helmet. Chinstrap buckle is aluminum. Long portion of strap displays a V.A.-SS 1938 stamp. Tunic is SS Oberscharfuhrer Deutschland Regiment and came together with the helmet. It displays the sewn on Deutschland cufftitle and brassard. The opposite sleeve has a sewn on rank chevron. Ribbon bar consists of WWI Iron Cross 2nd class, War Merit Cross w/Swords, Cross of Honor w/Swords and 25 year Faithful Service. One collar tab is SS1 which designates Deutschland Regiment. Other tab has 2 pips which designates rank which is Oberscharführer. On the shoulder is the single strap. Super rare matching set in this configuration.
Twin M40 Q64 Waffen SS Double Decal Helmets
Both very rare helmets are part of my personal collection. Each helmet features a double decal which is rare in an M40 helmet configuration. Both helmets displays authentic and factory applied Q style decals with very low production numbers. The helmet on the left is stamped 475 and outfitted with a 1940 dated zinc liner band. The helmet on the right is stamped 478 which is only 3 production lots away from the helmet on the left. Helmet on right is outfitted with a 1940 reinforced aluminum liner band. Each helmet has a different font maker mark which would explain the different liner bands. Although they are both early 1940 production they were manufactured and assembled at different periods. Both are out of the “Woodwork” helmets.