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Original WW2, 1942 Dated British WD Unissued Overseas Service Tropical Solar Topee Helmet By Helmets Limited. HE 836 - HE 836
This is an original WW2, 1942 Dated unissued British WD Overseas Service Tropical Solar Topee Helmet. This is an excellent unissued original British WW2 Overseas Service Tropical Solar Topee Helmet. The helmet retains its original leather head band, chin strap & vented top mount. It is also complete with leather sweatband which is marked O over W ARROW D over 821 inside the headband. The headband also has a small white label printed in red with 6 7/8 Helmets Ltd Wheathampsted 1942 (date). The khaki canvas cover is undamaged and has its original khaki head band 'Pagri' & vented top mount. The helmet is complete with leather sweatband and original foil liner. The foil lining has minor wear but consistent with age. All other material and stitching of the helmet & sweatband are clean and undamaged. The helmet has original metal chin strap brass hooks. The price for this WW2 dated helmet includes UK delivery. HE 836.
£245.00

WW1 Imperial German Bavarian Reserve Infantry Officer’s Fibre Pickelhaube Helmet With Brass Fittings, National & State Cockades, Large Helmet Plate & Removable Spike Top. Sn 20643:1 - 20643:1
A nice fibre bodied Pickelhaube indicating manufacture during WW1 when leather became short. The front plate is of a reserve infantry Officer, with large nickel reserve Officer’s cross to the centre of the gilt Bavarian front plate. The helmet has domed chin scales, square cut front peak & all correct National & State cockades with screw off spike. To the interior, the light tan liner is all complete with its green inner silk. The helmet is approx. UK size 6 ½. A nice complete Bavarian WW1 Pickelhaube. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20643:1
£1,375.00

*Scarce* WWII Belgian Ostend Police Helmet POL 996. - POL 996
A scarce WW2 period Police Officers composite helmet of the Belgian port of Ostend in Flanders (The Coat of Arms of Ostend (Belgium) consists of a shield with 3 keys and a chevron). The helmet is military style, painted white with brass edging and fitted whit a white metal coat of Arms badge of Ostend to the front. The helmet is in great condition for its age. Inside it has its original buff leather liner and brown leather chinstrap. It is a large size and inside is an old label, "507 Ostend 58". The price includes UK delivery. POL 996.
£145.00

WW1 British MK II 1918 Pattern Brodie Trench Helmet With Brodie Ink Stamped Sweat Band, Rim Stamped ‘HV / 572’ & Chin Strap. Sn 20539 - 20539
An original WW1 MK II 1918 Pattern British Brodie Steel helmet. It has its original textured olive paint & no dents. It has its correct small central copper rivet at the crown and chinstrap bales attached with correct split pins. It is fitted with its original black oilcloth liner with red ink 'Brodie' manufacturer's stamp. The inner rim is stamped ‘H.V over 572’. It has its original brown leather chinstrap with buckle. The helmet is approx. UK size 7. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20539
£495.00

Early 20th Century Austrian Markt Sankt Florian City Fireman’s Steel Helmet With Chromed Cross Top, State Helmet Plate, Original Chinstrap & Liner. Sn 20426 - 20426
An excellent, original early 20th Century Austrian Fireman’s Helmet. The helmet has a black painted steel shell and large chromed top cross piece. The left and right sides of the helmet have ventilation holes. The front is mounted with original enamelled state helmet plate with banner ‘Markt St Florian’ (Markt Sankt Florian is a City in Upper Austria) on a chromed field of oak leaves. It has its original leather chinstrap with buckle and original leather liner with padded crown. The helmet has no dents and the original black paint finish has just minor service wear. The helmet is approx UK size 7. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20426
£345.00

Late 19th Century / Early 20th Century Swedish Fireman’s Brass Helmet With Swedish State Helmet Plate & Red & White Feather Plume. Sn 20425 - 20425
An excellent, original and ornate 19th Century 19th Century / Early 20th Century Swedish Fireman’s Brass Helmet. The helmet has a brass shell, large central helmet plate in the form of the Swedish state arms of three crowns on a crown topped shield to the centre of 2 Lions and crossed spears with flags. It has large strap bosses, leather backed linked chin scales with buckle and a brass patterned top combe. The plume socket to the side has its original removable red & white feathered plume. The helmet has some denting to the shell consistent with age and service use. The helmet has no liner and is approx UK size 6. The price for this ornate piece includes UK delivery. Sn 20425
£375.00

**ORNATE**Early 19th Century French ‘SRS POMPIERS DE ST QUENTIN LE VERGER’ Fire Officer’s Brass Helmet With Blue Feather Plume. Sn 20424 - 20424
An excellent, original and very ornate 19th Century French Fire Officer’s Helmet. The helmet has the early type large brass shell, large central brass helmet plate in form of a crowned Cockerel standing on ball with floral decoration and flags behind. The plate has a lower scroll ‘SRS POMPIERS DE ST QUENTIN LE VERGER’ (Saint-Quentin-le-Verger is a commune in the Marne department in north-eastern France). The peak has a floral spray relief and crossed fire axes. It has large brass straps with large side rosette bosses and a brass patterned top combe. The combe has holes which may have been to accommodate a combe plume which is absent. The plume socket to the side has its original removable blue feathered plume. The helmet has some denting to the shell consistent with age and service use. The helmet has no liner and is approx UK size 6. The price for this ornate piece includes UK delivery. Sn 20424
£495.00

Early WW2 French Model 1926 (M26) Adrian Combat Helmet With 'RF' (Republique Francaise) Ignited Grenade Helmet Plate, Original Liner & Chin Strap. Sn 20501 - 20501
The M26 Adrian helmet (French: Casque Adrian) was a combat helmet developed in 1926 and issued to the French Army during World War 2. The later M 1926 helmet was made of a single piece of pressed steel without the joining band found on WW1 M15 Adrian helmets. This is an excellent original early WW2 M26 French Adrian Combat Helmet complete with its original leather sweatband liner and chinstrap all in excellent condition. The helmet is fitted with an original 'RF' (Republique Francaise) ignited grenade helmet plate. The helmet has no dents and its original faded green paint. It is approx UK size 6. The price for this WW2 Adrian includes UK delivery. Sn 20501
£295.00

**RECOVERED FROM THE ROAD TO BASRA (HIGHWAY OF DEATH) 1991 1st GULF WAR**Iraqi Forces Combat Helmet With Netted Camouflage Cover & Iraqi Forces Red Beret With Cap Badge. Sn 20502 - 20502
The Gulf War was a 1990–1991 armed campaign waged by a 35-country military coalition in response to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Spearheaded by the United States, the coalition's efforts against Iraq were carried out in two key phases: Operation Desert Shield, which marked the military buildup from August 1990 to January 1991; and Operation Desert Storm, which began with the aerial bombing campaign against Iraq on 17 January 1991 and came to a close with the American-led Liberation of Kuwait on 28 February 1991. The Highway of Death is a six-lane highway between Kuwait and Iraq, officially known as Highway 80. It runs from Kuwait City to the border town of Safwan in Iraq and then on to the Iraqi city of Basra. The road was used by Iraqi armoured divisions for the 1990 invasion of Kuwait. It was repaired after the Gulf War and used by U.S. and British forces in the initial stages of the 2003 invasion of Iraq. During the offensive in the Persian Gulf War, American, Canadian, British and French aircraft and ground forces attacked retreating Iraqi military personnel attempting to leave Kuwait on the night of February 26–27, 1991, resulting in the destruction of hundreds of vehicles and the deaths of many of their occupants. Between 1,400 and 2,000 vehicles were hit or abandoned on the main Highway 80 north of Al Jahra. The scenes of devastation on the road are some of the most recognizable images of the war (a copy of a contemporary image of the post attack destruction is reproduced in image 1 and demonstrates the extent of the carnage). This is an original Iraqi Forces Combat Helmet & Iraqi Forces Red Beret recovered by a member of The British Army Air Corps from the road to Basra shortly after the allied forces offensive against the retreating Iraqi troops. The composite Combat Helmet with original liner & chin strap has no damage and is clean. The helmet comes with original Hessian cloth, sand coloured camo cover and net. The webbing chin strap with metal buckle is clean and intact as is its original webbing and leather lining. The rim of the helmet has a small label ‘Iraqi helmet Souvenir of the Gulf War 1991’. The helmet is approx. UK size 7. The red beret with black cloth lining is mounted with metal Iraqi army badge. The cloth beret is clean with no damage or mothing. The beret is approx. UK size 6. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20502
£475.00

**SCARCE**WW2 Era British Home Front, Manchester University ARP 'Tommy Helmet'. Sn 20439 - 20439
In late autumn 1940, the Blitz spread beyond London to Britain's other major towns and cities. Many were the locations of major war industries. However, it was often their compact commercial centres and residential areas including Educational premises that were most badly affected by air raids. Manchester, in the north-west of England, was hit by two nights of air raids in December 1940. These are often referred to as the 'Christmas Blitz'. As a result of these raids, an estimated 684 people died and more than 2,000 were injured.During WW2 large factories and Educational Premises in Britain maintained their own Air Raid Precautions (ARP) units and issued their staff with Tommy helmets to protect them in the event of German air raids. This is an excellent complete, original, WW2, steel 'Tommy' helmet, manufactured staff working at the historic Manchester University. The helmet has original green paint and no dents. The front has the colourful heraldic arms of Manchester University (illustrated). It is approx UK size 7. There are no date or manufacturer stamps visible on the inner rim of the helmet but they may be present under the paint. It has its original oil cloth liner and sprung webbing chinstrap all of which are completely intact and in excellent condition. This is a scarce WW2 dated Home Front helmet with connection to a famous University. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20439
£295.00
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