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    Posted 13 years ago

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    Here is one of many helmets and hats I have in my collection of military items consisting mainly of trench art. I have had this for over 30 years now received it on my 13th birthday. It has the original hat box and cover. It is in great condition for its age. Not much else to say other than it is one of the neatest pieces in my collection of stuff. I have added a link as the first comment for additional pictures of the helmet.

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    1. Trenchartman Trenchartman, 13 years ago
      Here is the link again
    2. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 13 years ago
      I like that helmet and the detail on the helmet is outstanding.
    3. James James, 13 years ago
      These are wonderful piece. A great cornerstone to any collection.
    4. Toyman Toyman, 13 years ago
      Do you have any other items.great piece
    5. Trenchartman Trenchartman, 13 years ago
      Yes I do have many various types of military items as well as other collectibles. I will be adding items weekly as I have time. This is really kind of fun to share my collection and see other peoples collection as well. Thanks for looking.
    6. Toyman Toyman, 13 years ago
      Yes I feel the same way thanks for sharing
    7. jackofalltrades, 13 years ago
      My wife asked me what the spike was for on top of helmet , I told her it was for when they made a charge at the enemy lines they would duck their heads and try to spear the opponent . For a while she believed me but I couldn't keep straight faceand now she's mad . Why do I do such things ? Jack
    8. Trenchartman Trenchartman, 13 years ago
      That is too funny. I don't think I could have kept a straight face either.
      Thanks for looking
    9. Toyman Toyman, 13 years ago
      I saw one just like this on antiques road show.There was papers inside helmet liner and It has markings there too they said.Not all but just thought I would tell you.trenchartman
    10. Driewer Driewer, 13 years ago
      Very cool! I have the same thing, differnt liner? Got mine for $10. Check it out, I just put it up on the site. are the leather liners earlier or later?

    11. Trenchartman Trenchartman, 13 years ago
      I am not sure which liner would be earlier
    12. stepback_antiques stepback_antiques, 12 years ago
      Super nice officer Pickelhaube, and you have a cover and carrying case as well. As far as the liners go most were leather, but this is an officer helmet, and most likely was a private purchase piece. By being a private purchase piece, he hed more options with the type of liner he wanted.

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