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Update October 12, 2018

 

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M40 Q64 Wehrmacht Helmet

Item H561: Most of these helmets have been bastardized with Fake Camo or Fake Decals. Here is your opportunity to own an untouched M40 No Decal Q64 as issued from the factory. These rear stamped M40 Q64 helmets are becoming harder to find in an original unaltered state.

Price: $450


M42 EF64 German Waffen SS Helmet

Item 560: From my personal collection. Exterior factory paint approx 95%. Authentic and factory applied correct EF style decal commensurate with the overall wear. Super tight liner system 100% original to the helmet. All three untouched split pin rivets fasteners intact and complete with all three slotted washers. Lamb skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and still retaining a brilliant creamy color. Drawstring in full length with original knot still in place. Overall excellent condition.

Price: $5500


WWII Wehrmacht Splinter Camo Helmet Cover

From my own personal collection. Absolute mint condition with vivid colors. No rips tears or holes. No need to look any further. This one can not be upgraded. All foliage loops intact. Very clear and crisp manufacturer ink stamp on snow camo side. Drawstring in full length. Fits size 64 or 66 helmet perfectly.

Price: $3200


WWII M40 NS64 German Army Tropical Tan Camo Helmet

Item H436: Exterior displays moderate battlefield wear over the tan tropical camo paint which encompasses at least 93% of the helmet. Authentic and factory applied Heer adler decal commensurate with the overall wear and also rates approx 93%. Tight fitting liner system 100% original to the helmet. All three untouched split pin rivet fasteners intact and complete with all three slotted washers. Goat skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Drawstring is is place. Buckle end of chinstrap is steel with approx 75% of the gray paint remaining. Long portion of strap is in full length and pliable. Manufacturer and 1941 date on tip. Named in white paint on the rear of the flange to the German soldier Gefr. (Gefreiter) Jakobi. Gefreiter is equivalent to Corporal. Overall excellent condition.

Price: $3900


WWII M40 Q64 German Heer Helmet

Item H458: Exterior displays moderate wear with approx 90% of the factory paint remaining. Authentic and factory applied decal commensurate with overall wear and also rates approx 90%. Super tight liner system 100% original to the helmet. All three untouched split pin rivet fasteners intact and complete with all three slotted washers. Goat skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Overall very good condition. 

Price: SOLD


WW2 M42 ckl64 German Army Camo Helmet

Item H455: Field repaint encompasses the entire exterior helmet to consider it a “camo” helmet. Brush strokes clearly evident which encircle the Heer adler and the entire helmet. A projectile protruded the rear portion of the helmet which may have drawn blood from the soldier who was wearing it by establishing the darkened leather liner. Despite the horrendous loss, the leather liner, and chinstrap are 100% original to the helmet. Super tight liner system 100% original to the helmet. All three untouched split pin rivet fasteners intact and complete with all three slotted washers. Sheep skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Some blood possibly evident. Drawstring in full length with original knot in place. Buckle end of chinstrap is steel. Long portion of strap is in full length and pliable. Manufacturer and date on tip are indiscernible. This is a 100% original been there helmet. 

Price: $795


WWII M35 ET64 German Army Helmet

Item H456: Here is M35 with no National tri-color decal. It appears to never had a decal applied on the right side due to the 1940 regulations. This leads me to believe this helmet was assembled during the transition from M35 to M40 helmets. Steel chinstrap buckle. Long portion of strap intact, fully pliable in its entire length. Drawstring in place. No secondary bends to the rivets. Sheep skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance.

Price: SOLD


WWII M38 ET71 German Paratrooper Double Decal Helmet

Item H453: Extremely hard to find no matter what condition and in a very large size 71. Exterior displays very light to moderate wear with approx 95% of the factory paint remaining. Both authentic and factory applied decals commensurate with the overall wear. The Luftwaffe adler decal shows light scuffing in the torso area while still retaining much detail. National tri-color decal has a nice age toning color with minor surface abrasions evident. A 1939 quality control ink stamp is clearly visible on interior crown of helmet. This is a highly desirable helmet that does not become available too often. Even though the liner is missing I have to rate it a very good to excellent condition.

Price: SOLD


WWII M40 Q64 German Luftwaffe Camo Helmet

Item H454: Just in out of the “Woodwork” from the Veteran’s grand daughter in Vermont. Unbelievable provenance with photos. This helmet was brought back from the European Theater by Captain Ernest Sachs of the 45th Evacuation Hospital. The grand daughter remembers her grandfather took part in the liberation of Buchenwald Concentration Camp and the stories he told. Captain Sachs is also listed in the roster at the bottom of the attached website. I have large format digital single photo copies of Mr. Sachs that will be included in the sale. The series of photos you see here have been resized smaller just to fit them all on one page. It is quite remarkable that this helmet was with the same family for this long. Most of these military souvenirs are long gone by now.

https://www.med-dept.com/unit-histories/45th-evacuation-hospital/

Price: $3250


WWII M40 Q62 German Army Subtle Whitewash Helmet

Item H449: Exterior displays a subtle whitewash throughout. Both whitewash and factory paint exhibit very light wear which I would rate approx 96%. Authentic and factory applied Heer “Bigfoot” adler approx 80%. When the white Swastika on the top of the helmet was applied is anyone’s guess. 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. Goat skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has a nice creamy color. Authentic drawstring in full length. Buckle end of chinstrap is steel with approx 95% of the gray paint remaining. Long portion of strap is in full length and pliable. Manufacturer code and 1941 date on tip. Overall excellent condition.

Price: $950


WWII M38 ET68 German Paratrooper DAK/Tropical Camo Helmet

Item H446: This fantastic helmet has been in my personal collection many years. The helmet came from Illinois but unfortunately has no Veteran provenance. It is an Afrika Korps/Tropical Fallschirmjäger helmet that has a rough texture base created from sand mixed with tan paint which encompasses 98% of the exterior of the helmet. In my honest opinion the chipping to the left and right side was caused by an unknown source. I come to that conclusion because the same exact chipping is evident on the front of the helmet. Liner system is 100% original to the helmet. Each of the four spanner bolts has 2 nuts attached that have never been tampered with. The grayish concussion pad still has some give to it. Leather liner 100% intact and fully pliable. Chinstrap harness 100% intact, fully pliable but has a small WWII period repair on one side. PRYM snap 100% correct. Very high grade helmet that does not become available too often. 

Price: SOLD


WWII M35 Q64 German Waffen SS Helmet

Item H267: Here is a genuine bonafide untouched double decal SS helmet as it was issued right from the factory that has seen actual carnage on the battlefield. This helmet has been in my personal collection for roughly 11 years. It is an indirect Veteran purchase out of Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Unfortunately no Veteran provenance provided. Exterior does exhibit some front line wear and tear but is still in terrific collectible condition. The pea green paint is approx 92-94%. Whitewash may have been applied at one time as there are remnants of a white substance in areas throughout the helmet. Both authentic and factory period applied decals are commensurate with each other. Correct style “Q” pattern runic decal. 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 1938. Leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Drawstring in full length with original knot still in place. Buckle end of chinstrap is aluminum. Long portion of strap is fully pliable and in its entire length. Manufacturer and date on tip 1939. Overall very good condition

Price: $11,000


WWII M35 ET66 German Heer Tri-Color & Woodchip Camo

Item H440:  This helmet is from my personal collection. Only selling because I recently purchased a 1948 Harley-Davidson. It was indirectly Veteran sourced by myself out of Medford, Oregon back in March of 2009. Unfortunately there is no provenance. It is also published in Paul Martin’s book titled “The Camouflage Helmets of the Wehrmacht“. Exterior displays a tri-color pattern mixed with woodchips. Colors are green, tan and dark red mixed with woodchips and or sawdust to give it that rough texture. A very strong 98% of the camo remains. 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. Goat skin leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Drawstring in full length with original knot still in place. There are two buckles ends of the chinstrap on each bale. That’s exactly how the helmet was acquired. The buckles themselves are aluminum. Long portion of strap fully pliable. Partial name in white paint of the German soldier on the rear of flange and also initials on the left side. This is a very high grade helmet and only two others are known to exist in collections with the same color, pattern and texture.

Price: $8500


WWII M40 Q64 German Heer DAK & Sand Camo Helmet

Item H441: This helmet is from my personal collection. Only selling because I recently purchased a 1948 Harley-Davidson. It was indirectly Veteran sourced by myself out of the Sparks, Maryland area back in November of 2010. Unfortunately there is no provenance. Exterior is a DAK/Afrika Korps tan camo with red sand from Tunisia mixed in to give it a rough texture. There is a red bleed through in certain areas from the sand. The red color in the sand was formed from a ferric oxide and only located in Northern Africa. A very strong 98% of the camo remains. 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. Leather liner fully pliable, undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Drawstring in full length with original knot still in place. Buckle end of chinstrap is steel with approx 95% of the gray paint remaining. Long portion of strap is in full length and pliable. Manufacturer and date on tip are indiscernible. A very high grade, top shelf camo helmet that can not be upgraded. 

Price: $7000


WWII M35 Q66 German Heer Single Decal Helmet

Item H433: Exterior was originally issued with the smooth factory parade paint which can be clearly seen under the rough texture. The helmet was then period repainted with a rough texture to fit within the 1940 specs. Authentic and factory applied Heer adler decal is the earlier pre “Bigfoot” decal. The “Bigfoot” decal was introduced after the style you see below. An outline of the National tri-color decal is under the reissue paint. There is also some crazing in that area which would certainly indicate a decal under the paint. Liner system 100% original to the helmet. All three untouched split pin rivet fasteners intact and complete with all three slotted washers. Single ply aluminum liner band is manufacture and dated D.R.P. Schuberth Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1937. Leather has 3 tabs broken from the tips. Drawstring in full length with original knot in place and also features sealant still on both of the tips. Buckle end of chinstrap is aluminum. Long portion of strap is fragile and missing an inch or two from the tip. Overall a very hard helmet to find in this configuration and in very good condition.

Price: SOLD


 WW2 M35 Q62 Beaded Police Helmet w/Subtle Camo

Item H419 Here is what I would call a mega rare helmet. Typically beaded helmets would not be repainted/over painted or loosely speaking a camo helmet. This particular helmet has a tan to olive color over paint. Most likely the only one to exist. Authentic decals 100% original to the helmet. Police decal rates approx 97% whereas the Party decal is in slightly better condition and rates approx nearly 100% with only some crazing evident. Liner 100% original to the helmet. A couple tabs torn. Chinstrap in full length and fully pliable. Uber rare helmet that comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Bill Shea.

Price: SOLD


WWII M35 ET68 German Kriegsmarine Shipboard Helmet

Item H415: Here is a very rare and hard to find Kriegsmarine shipboard painted helmet with painted around decal and in a very large size. Most of these helmets are at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean. Entire exterior has been period overpainted by the sailor leaving the decal exposed. A certain amount of rust bleed through is clearly evident which was caused from prolonged exposure to the salt water elements. The authentic and factory applied KM adler decal exhibits the proper layering which almost gives it a 3D appearance. Toward the bottom of the decal are multiple semi circular pattern wear marks which I would consider are attributed from the helmet rocking back and forth inside of a cradle which held the helmets in place until needed. There may have been a rivet that caused the specific wear. (See attached period photo from ship). 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 Werner Zahn and dated 1939. Goat skin leather liner fully pliable, relatively undamaged and has taken on a darkened aged appearance. Only some slight chaffing to the leather. Drawstring in full length with original knot in place. Nicely named to German sailor in white paint on the rear of the flange. Overall very good condition.

Price: $2750 ON LAYAWAY


Drawstrings

These are the BEST liner drawstrings available on the market. They are not the cheap inferior fuzzy loose weave imitations that are available on eBay. These are the closest to the real thing. They are the correct circumference, the exact tight weave and 100% cotton. Each one is approx 34 inches in length so you can cut them to length. You can easily get 2 drawstrings from each cord. I have dyed them myself and are available in different color stages. Please state which number or stage you like.

Price: $10 each (Free US Shipping for up to 2 strings. Any more will cost extra for postage)

OVER 150 UNITS SOLD

Strings 1x


 

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