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WWII German Helmets and Headgear

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M35 ET64 German Army Helmet

Factory paint is nearly 100% pea green. Production #4098. Reinforced aluminum liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1938. Acceptance domestamp slightly visible. Chinstrap manufacturer stamped and dated Carl Tesch 1939.



M35 EF66 German Army Helmet

Factory paint approx 99% pea green. Production #16204. Aluminum reinforced liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1938. Acceptance stamp clearly visible and dated 1938. Chinstrap manufacturer and dated but indiscernible.


M35 SE64 German Army Helmet

Factory paint is approx 98+% age darkened apple green. Production #4268. Aluminum reinforced liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Metall-Lederverarbeitung 1939. Acceptance domestamp clearly visible and dated 1939. Chinstrap manufacturer and dated R. Larsen Berlin 1938. Soldier name written in pencil on rear portion of apron.


M40 ET64 German Army Helmet

Factory paint nearly 100%. Army decal 100%. Production #4972. Helmet is outfitted with a reinforced aluminum liner. Named on leather and inside crown of helmet to Ltn. W.K. Chinstrap dated 1939


M40 Q64 German Army Helmet

Factory paint approx 98%. “Bigfoot” Army decal approx 99%. Production #5086. Chinstrap manufacturer is indiscernible but dated 1940.


M42 CKL64 German Army Helmet


M42 HKP64 German Army Helmet

Factory paint and decal nearly 100%. Production #2447


M42 CKL66 German Army Helmet w/Sawdust

Exterior of shell was repainted with a thick textured camo with woodchips mixed in with the paint. Army decal approx 98%. Production #3871. Zinc liner band manufacturer stamped and dated D.R.P. 1943. Chinstrap marked and dated EAS 40.


M42 ET64 German Army Helmet w/Net

War time period applied Allied net that conforms to the helmet perfectly. Factory paint and Army decal approx 97%.


M18 German Army Transitional Helmet

Helmet has been repainted in olive color around the decals. Aluminum liner band is dated 1931. Early style leather liner is embossed with maker and size. Chinstrap has the early carbine clip and is dated 1927 on the long end. Rank, named and field post numbered on rear portion of apron.


M38 ET71 German Paratrooper Helmet

Early style helmet with spanner bolts. Factory paint and decal approx 98%. Production # not completely discernible. Rank and name in ink on leather to soldier.


M38 ET71 German Paratrooper Helmet

Early style helmet with spanner bolts and early white rubber padding. Factory paint and Luftwaffe decal nearly 100%. Production #5052.


M35 ET64 German Luftwaffe Helmet

Factory paint is a standard blue-gray and retains approx 98%. 1st pattern “Snakeleg Drooptail” is approx 99% while the National color decal approx 96%. Production #3650. Aluminum reinforced liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1938. Reverse side of the goatskin liner is Flak Regiment numbered. No visible manufacturer stamp visible on chinstrap.


M40 Q62 German Luftwaffe Helmet

Slightly rough textured exterior retains approx 98% of the factory paint. Luftwaffe decal is 100%. Production #DN161. No visible manufacturer stamp on chinstrap.


M40 SE64 German Luftwaffe Helmet


M35 ET64 German SS Helmet

Pea green factory paint with nicely age darkened patina. Production #4382. ET style Runic and Party decals. Aluminum reenforced liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Metall-Lederverarbeitung 1939. Chinstrap manufacturer and dated but indiscernible.


M40 NS64 German SS Helmet

95% factory paint remaining. Champagne style runic decal. Production #DN47. Zinc liner band manufacturer stamped and dated F.W. Muller Jr Berlin 1941.


M42 EF64 German SS Helmet

Factory paint approx 94%. EF style runic decal approx 97%. Production #3507. Zinc liner band manufacturer stamped and dated B&C Litzmannstadt 1943. Cut down late war pigskin chinstrap. Named on rear portion of apron to soldier.


M42 HKP68 German SS Helmet

Virtually all factory paint intact. Thick border Champagne runic decal variant. Production #3337.


M42 ET64 German SS Helmet


M42 CKL64 German SS Helmet

Nearly 100% factory paint remaining. ET style runic decal. Production #2815. Zinc liner band manufacturer stamped and dated D.R.P. 1943.


M35 Q62 German Combat Police Helmet

Factory pea green paint nearly 100% except for a few minor storage rub marks. Both Police and Party decals nearly 100% as well. Aluminum reinforced liner band manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke Braunschweig DRP 1938. Clear dome acceptance ink stamp dated 1939. Nice dark cream colored leather liner. Aluminum chinstrap buckle has all its paint.


M35 NS64 German Combat Police Helmet

Factory paint 100%. Both Police and Party decals approx 98%. Reinforced aluminum liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1938. Clear and crisp dome acceptance stamp dated 1938. Chinstrap maker mark stamped and dated R.Larsen Berlin 1938. Named in ink to soldier on brow of leather.


M35 ET62 German Combat Police Helmet

Exterior retains approx 99% of the factory paint. Production #4196. A white fluorescent band encompasses the middle of the helmet. This helmet could have been possibly used at military check points. Both Police and Party decals just under 100%. Reinforced aluminum liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke DRP Braunschweig 1939. Acceptance dome stamp barely visible. Named on rear of apron to soldier.


M35 ET62 German Combat Police Helmet w/Wire

Exterior has been period fitted with a half basket chickenwire arrangement for camouflage and attaching foliage. Production #4313. Reinforced aluminum liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke K.G. Braunschweig DRP 1939. Chinstrap is stamped and dated Max Kobersten Landsberg 1939.


M35 Q64 German Combat Police Helmet w/Net

Exterior of the helmet has been period fitted with an Allied net w/scrim. Helmet paint and decals are approx 97%. Production # not completely visible. Single band aluminum liner dated 1936 with an early embossed manufacturer and size stamp on leather. Dome stamp still visible. Chinstrap is stamped and dated 1936.


M40 SE64 German Combat Police Helmet

Exterior of helmet retains approx 98% of factory paint. Production #3084. Both Police and Party decals would rate about the same. Named on rear of apron to soldier.


M42 NS64 German Combat Police Helmet

Helmet retains almost 100% of the factory paint albiet a few minor superficial scuff marks. Both Police and Party decals 100%. Domestamp still visible on interior crown of helmet. Production #D298. Zinc liner band dated 1943. Liner is of the pigskin variety and fully pliable. Near mint condition.


M42 EF62 German Combat Police Helmet

Helmet retains almost 100% of the factory paint albiet a few minor superficial scuff marks. Both Police and Party decals rate approx 98%. Production #2944. Ink acceptance domestamp very clear and crisp. Unissued condition.


M16 German Police Transitional Helmet

Reissued Austrian helmet to German Police. Paint approx 99%. Police decal about the same, Party decal approx 90%. Named on rear of apron, leather pad and paper label glued to interior crown of helmet to the same person.


M40 Q66 German Luftwaffe Camo Helmet

This helmets camo typically has a coined term by collectors as a “Normandy” camo because of its colors and 3 pattern camo scheme. It consists of sprayed on paint in tan, green and brick red. The Luftwaffe decal is still visible under the paint. Production #DN251. Zinc liner band is dated 1940. Manufacturer stamp not visible on tip of chinstrap.


M35 Q66 German Army Camo Helmet

Another typical “Normany” camo pattern with sprayed on paint in tan, green and brick red. Army and National decals still visible under the camo paint. Production #179. Chipstrap is manufacturer stamped but indiscernible.



M40 ET64 German Luftwaffe Camo Helmet

Normandy camo pattern with sprayed on colors tan, green and brick red. An outline of the Luftwaffe decal can still be seen under the paint. Production #217. Zinc liner band has too much of a dusty build up to get a read on the manufacturer stamp. Chipstrap is manufacturer stamped but indiscernible. This particular helmet also had a German newspaper dated  June, 2 1942 folded up and wrapped around the inside of the liner band.


M40 EF66 German Army Camo Helmet

Tan camo spray painted helmet that could possibly be from the North African or Mediterranean theater of operations. Army decal clearly visible. Production #21849. Zinc liner band dated 1940. Named by soldier Knier on leather liner. Chinstrap manufacturer and dated but indiscernible.


M35 ET66 German Army Camo Helmet

Normandy camo pattern hand painted in 3 colors: tan, green and brick red with woodchips embedded in the paint. This particlular helmet was XRF’d in my presence by David May in the early stages before XRF testing went public and was found to be of original period paint. It was also tested over where a decal can possibly be and came up positive in high aluminum content which is on par with an Army decal. Production #3629. Named on apron of helmet to the soldier.


M40 NS64 German Army Camo Helmet

Normandy 3 color camo pattern with typical tan, green and brick red. Outline of Army decal visible under paint. Soldier name clearly printed with white paint. Production # not completely visible because of white paint. Chinstrap maker marked and dated C. Korn 1943


M40 Q66 German Luftwaffe Camo Helmet

Exterior has a spray camo paint in tan, green & brown. A ghosting of the Luftwaffe decal can be seen under the paint. Production #4939. The unique thing about this particular helmet is, there is a name tag glued on the leather that closely matches the initials painted on the rear apron. Chinstrap is marker stamped and dated on tip.


M40 Q64 German Kriegsmarine Camo Helmet


M40 SE66 German Luftwaffe Camo Helmet

Exterior of helmet has been period spray painted in tan & green with the Luftwaffe decal still visible under the paint. Zinc variety liner band is stamped and dated DRP 1940. Chinstrap maker is obscured but dated 1940.


M40 Q64 German Combat Police Camo Helmet


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