World War One German Military Steel Helmet M16 WW1 WWII. Not sure where Great Grandpa stored this to get it so aged…. But family says this was his! It has a wonderful gray blue hue to some areas. No straps or inside liner. I can see there is some stamped info…. Rim to rim measurement [Continue]
World War Two German Helmet. World War Two German M40 Helmet. Decals have faded away with time. Liner intact and leather not dried out. It appears someone tried to tamper with the front of the helmet. Small piece loose on front right of helmet. Overall, in good condition. No dents or cracks seen. Please see [Continue]
There is no rust, the liner is original but worn which it should be. Have been told by another bayer that the decal is NAVY. The item “WORLD WAR 2 GERMAN SE64 SINGLE DECAL HELMET WithLINER SINGLE DECAL GUARANTEED AUTH” is in sale since Saturday, August 1, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW [Continue]
An original World War Two Single Decal M35 German Helmet shell and liner with original sawdust camouflage. This is a Heer M35 helmet which was issued with a single eagle decal during the war. The helmet shell is NS64 maker and size marked. The shell is also steel batch marked D219. It was period time [Continue]
World War 2 German formal fine China. Slight checking on the glaze of the bowl but the lid is unchecked. Has 10 German markings throughout. Super incredible find in this condition. This was a 101 Airborne veteran’s grab while fighting in Germany and per his son’s cryptic explanation taken in Bavaria Austria at the end [Continue]
World War II German helmet. Rare. The item “World War II German helmetrare” is in sale since Friday, December 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Germany\Hats & Helmets”. The seller is “bucth12345″ and is located in Asheboro, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.
It does not include a liner. It comes with camo netting. It has stamps has shown in photo 6, but I cannot make out anything other than a “4606” stamp. You will notice in the 7th photo, the helmet was damaged and repaired. Maybe hit by shrapnel? My late husband was an avid collector of [Continue]
Brown leather flying helmet. It appears to be sheepskin lined. It has integral headphones and throat microphone. The plastic inside the headphones is cracked. May have been manufactured by Siemens. No idea about size. The item “World War II German Luftwaffe Winter Flying Helmet LKP W101 Excellent Shape” is in sale since Saturday, September 14, [Continue]