Once in a lifetime collector opportunity: Martin Bormann's White Formal Reichsleiter Summer Tunic. The tunic of the number two to AH is offered for sale from a very advanced
collection. This tunic surfaced in 2009 and was obtained by Bill Shea that year. The provenance is impeccable and it turns out this piece was originally pictured as part of the grouping of
Bormann tunics in a 7th Infantry photo of GIs outside Bormann's home on the Berghof. This tunic and a named shirt surfaced at a hotel buy in Pawtucket, RI, and forms the third of a trio of original Bormann tunics in existence.
There is more to the story in the letter of provenance that accompanies this purchase. The condition is remarkably nice, with minimal staining or discoloration. All insignia are present and original to the tunic, as are the dienstrock and nametags.
It is difficult to describe the sense of history surrounding this piece, once worn by the one man, through whom all who desired audience with AH had to pass. A unique, one of a kind piece of Third Reich History!
The seller consigning this piece has it priced at P.O.R. SOLD
ET64 M35 Single Decal Helmet
This outstanding example shows the 1940 party shield removal per orders. It is also nicely named to an SS-VT member named "Eisenschien" who was KIA in Russia in 1941.
The helmet consists of a typical later 1938 / early 1939 deep pea-green field grey finish, with lustrous ET shield which is 99.9%. The liner is original untouched, and dated 1939, matching the dome stamp. The
chinstrap is a well-marked Carl Tesch Berlin 1938, with the VA-SS 1938 stamp on the long portion. This is a killer piece that has been stashed away in a premier collection. I first saw it in 1993. It is priced
at 13K USD HOLD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
EF64 Police Double Decal Helmet.
This is a classic example of an EF M42 production double decal Polizei helmet. All components are tight and untouched
original to the piece. Comes from the same collection of meticulously collected top condition pieces. Will not disappoint the most discriminating SS / Polizei collector. Priced
at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Schutzpolizei Double Decal SE64 M40 Helmet.
Here is an excellent example of a SchuPo M40 that is in crisp, 98% condition overall. The bordered police shield and ET style party shield are excellent and the smooth slate grey
finish is minty. This helmet would grace any SS / Police helmet collection and is priced very reasonably at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Heer Factory Single Decal ET66 M35 Helmet.
This Heer M35 is another rare piece that shows the transition between M35 and M40. In this case the batch number is 4727, which is high in the ET M35 production range.
The paint is a smooth finish slate grey (schiefergrau) without any texture, but is the deep color used in some of the final M35s produced across the spectrum of makers, including ET, SE, NS and EF--with Q retaining their
very matte quality to their paint, as a differentiator. The liner retaining pins are light green in hue, also reminiscent of this color scheme trend. The treatment of the application of the adler shield is typical ET.
As a helmet collector, this is a prized specimen to come available. It is priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Outstanding Luft M40 Single Decal Helmet.
The pictures speak for themselves on this beauty. The brown early style chinstrap assembly is original to this helmet, and bears the correct treatment expected in terms of stitching, trimming etc, at the factory.
It is marked with a 'B' below the buckle. Superb helmet, would grace any Luft collection. Priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
"Droop Bill" Allgemeine-SS Helmet.
This helmet is an out of the woodwork example of a no-decal early production Droop Bill helmet which was contracted by the SS in 1933-early 1934.
The style is unmistakeable and ubiquitous in early SS photographs. Priced reasonably at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Rare Ear Cutout Transitional Helmet.
For sale is a seldom encountered original example of an ET64 Model 1918 German helmet, refurbished and used during
the inter-war and early WWII period. The helmet shows three layers of paint, the oldest being the original WWI finish, followed by the mid-1930s field grey, then finally the
M-40 style schiefergrau finish of WWII. The helmet displays no decals, likely due to them being removed during refurbishment. The liner is the typical M40 style which would be expected
in accompanyment with this WWII finish--although it is outfitted with a commercial style roller buckle chinstrap that is riveted in place. Ear cutouts are so commonly faked that it is refreshing to
encounter an unquestioned original example such as this. The helmet is priced at HOLD 2200 USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
M-40 Single Decal Heer
For sale is an M-40 Q64 helmet with Quist schiefergrau finish and 'bigfoot' Quist decal. The batch numnber is
475. The chinstrap is dated 1941 and looks orig to the piece. The helmet features a beautiful named blond liner that is not damaged and is untouched.
This helmet comes from an old collection of over 35 years, and is a great example of a combat helmet showing very light use.
This helmet is priced at 1550 USD SOLD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
For sale is a helmet that is rarely offered anywhere; a Luftwaffe Transitional. The helmet comes from a 40 year collection and has
not been touched in any way. The multiple layers of paint and medium - heavy use denote how difficult supplies were for the German armed forces during the early stages of the
re-armament period. They used and re-used everything available in the early stages. The helmet features a luft blue-grey outer finish with very good eagle and national shield.
The liner and strap are the M-31 type, doubtless added during the many re-issues this helmet has seen. For the advanced luft collection. Price is SOLD USD and comes with my lifetime guarantee
Superb EF M35 Heer Helmet.
For me, one of the most collectible M35 helmets is the EF, whether Heer, Luft or SS. They have a special look to the shell that I like,
and their manufacture was quite varied and different from the big name mainstream makers (ET, Quist, SE), which I also find attractive. This helmet is no exception. The shell is an EF64,
with the typical slate-colored flat finish these helmets were noted for. The Heer adler and national decals are lightly lacquered and near 100% mint. The finish is also superb, with just a few
storage nicks. The liner and strap are correct EF components, with the strap dated 1939--probably the actual first year of full-up, significant EF M35 production. The rear skirt bears a name in faded ink. Given the overall condition, this piece is a must for the advanced Heer
helmet collection. Priced at SOLD USD it includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Early Luftwaffe M35 Helmet.
This is a very nice example of an early Q62 Luft Helmet, with 1937 dated liner and strap. The eagle is perfect, as is the paint and liner. The
national colors shield suffered a degree of flaking and wear, but is also in decent shape. This example would be a fine addition to any helmet collection. Priced reasonably at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Factory Single Decal Kriegsmarine M35 Helmet.
This outstanding helmet is an SE64 M35 shell, that is completely configured as an M40. The fact that the batch number is 4848 tells me this piece was
factory produced as an M40, which happened to have an M35 shell. This in my view is the quintessential mark of helmet production for the smaller services (remember, a KM helmet is much rarer than an SS helmet given how
small the KM was as a service). The paint, liner, decal, strap, etc are completely original untouched, and in near-mint condition. This example would be hard to upgrade. Priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
EF M40 Single Decal Kriegsmarine Helmet.
This second piece is textbook KM, and quite scarce as an EF M40. It is a nice size 66 shell with near mint paint, perfect KM eagle untouched liner and
Singer Kalttau strap (excellent maker to find). Highly collectible and nearly impossible to upgrade this one. Priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
CKL 66 M-42 Waffen-SS Helmet
This outstanding example of a CKL 66 Waffen-SS helmet with classic Champagne rune SS Shield is available again for sale. The paint is a smoother texture
Schiefergrau and the liner and strap show medium use but are in fine untouched condition. This helmet comes from one of the most advanced SS helmet collections in the world.
This excellent example is priced at SOLD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
M35 Heer Camo
Very decent example of an untouched Heer camo with all components intact and faintly named in the liner. Hig percentage of Heer eagle is
present under the camo paint. Price is SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
SS Panzer Officer's Overseas Cap, circa 1943. This cap comes from an advanced SS panzer collection, with excellent provenance.
The cap itself is a very fine condition example of the mid-war quality that was issued to the SS. The cap started as an enlisted piece of headgear, and was upgraded to officer with the
addition of the aluminum piping at the flap. This piping is very well applied, as can be seen by the third line of machine stitching on the outside of the flap edge, and the fine tacking
of the piping edging on the inside of the flap. This application, as well as the insignia and pink soutache, show every sign of being period applied and worn. The insignia show the
graceful age-toning that only original-applied insignia can show and they are a marvelous matching set. Overall this is an exceptional
and rare example, and would be the capstone of any SS Panzer Officer's uniform display. The price, incluing my COA, is New price USD SOLD
For sale is a stunning example of a 1939 Quist production M-35 SS helmet. The condition is off the shelf
mint, showing only light storage wear. The decals are glue and lacquer factory applied, and show stacking wear on the runes. The liner bears a most interesting inscription
from a US Army Major to a fellow soldier in appreciation. In part, it says "Dachau, Germany, May 1945". With complete research on the names, it will be possible to
ascertain the exact circumstances, but obvious indications are this is a concentration camp helmet. The price is: SOLD USD
and comes with my lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Direct Veteran Family Acquired Waffen-SS M-35 Helmet, named! This excellent condtion ET66 M-35 double decal
comes from the veteran family in England, whose father was a participant in the last battles of the defeat of the Third Reich as a member of the Grenadier Guards (pictures below include his portrait and he and a friend posing with some helmets they picked up). His commemorative placque is pictured here, naming the places he was stationed while in Germany during 1945-47.
It doesn't get much better than this for provenance. The helmet itself displays the typical ET paint (pea green) of the late 1938-early '39 pattern (batch number is 4300 series), with classic ET pattern runic and party shields. The paint shows the beautiful browning patina that is a hallmark of
originality. There is a period, German inscription in the liner, saying "Thiemann, 1943". This can obviously be researched. The liner is untouched and the rivets are tight untouched. The chinstrap is a cordovan brown color like a luftwaffe strap, but it is original to the piece and untouched as the veteran brought it back. The tip is missing from the strap, otherwise everything is complete and excellent.
Here is a once in a long time chance to own a solid Waffen-SS helmet with a great history. Price, including my COA and other Veteran information is New Price SOLD USD
A helmet for all times; one of the absolute rarest, EREL Allgemeine-SS Officer's Fiber Parade Helmet in mint, untouched Veteran condition. This helmet is one of two original examples
known of an early SS parade helmet. I have seen several counterfeits over the years, but never an original with CA Pocher shields (the other original I know of is the Fat Rune fiberhelm pictured in my books). This is truly an exceptional helmet, produced by the famous Third Reich headgear maker, Robert Lubstein, of the "ErEl" logo. This quality and rarity of a piece belongs in an advanced SS (Allgemeine or VT) collection.
The piece came from a Veteran's son, living in the midwest, who discovered it as he was clearing out his deceased father's possessions. The helmet shows the effects of being stored carefully for 75+ years, but no abuse--only the graceful aging characteristics of vulcanfiber. Here is a chance to own a piece of SS history, on a par with any of the finest accoutrements used by SS leaders of the day. Purchase includes my certificate
of lifetime guarantee of authenticity. SOLD USD
EF 64 M-42 Double Decal Police
This is a nice example of a recent vet-acquired M-42 Polizei helmet by a California collector. The helmet is untouched in every way, and the only flaw
is the strap tip is missing. Information on the vet's unit can be provided with this sale. This helmet is priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Q 66 Late War Camo Waffen-SS helmet
This is a crisp example of a later war issue Q No-Decal helmet with a rough texture camo job predominantly in brick-red, and with
a nice hand painted SS-Uscha inscription in the skirt. This piece was purchased by the seller from KenN and has good provenance. The overall condition is excellent for a camo, but it appears
the liner has been treated at some point. Taking this into consideration, this helmet is priced very reasonably at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity. Don't pass up this chance
to own a great example of a Waffen-SS camo combat piece that is priced reasonably.
Allgemeine-SS Transitional Helmet This is an untouched example of an Allgemeine-SS transitional helmet that possesses all the features
of that iconic period between 1934-1938 during the buildup of Himmler's SS. The helmet consists of an Austrian M-16 shell with typical early '30s "cottage industry"
three-pad style liner, which is nicely marked "1 Sturm, 4 SS Nachrichtensturmbann Essen" (1 (telephone) company, 4th communications battalion Essen), which is about as cool
as it gets. The CA Pocher decals are classics, and show some wear but retain their Pocher luster and beauty. Modestly priced Transitional helmet from a famous advanced collection. The seller is a famous black helmet collector known
worldwide for the quality and historical significance of his one of a kind collection. He is motivated to sell this piece and get it in a good home. This new price is a superb value to any prospective collector. Price, including COA, is SOLD USD
Fine ET 62 M-35 SS-VT / Waffen-SS Helmet
For sale is an excellent, untouched example of an SS-M35 helmet from an old Connecticut collection. The helmet is dome dated 1938 and bears classic
ET Pattern SS and party shields characteristic of that year's main product line. The liner shows use and age and is untouched, as is the chinstrap. Overall this is a very collectible representative of the ET helmet and would
be a fine addition to any collection. Price is USD SOLD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Early Allgemeine-SS Parade Helmet
This helmet is an historic and rare aluminum parade helmet that was a type worn by Allgemeine-SS officers
during the early Nazi period. The helmet consists of a wide flare skirt aluminum shell originally in field grey, with a black hand-applied finish to the outside
only. The insignia are hand-applied, which signifies likely use in 1934 before standardized insignia were distributed among the SS ranks. Moreover, under the
black paint, the outline of a Reichswehr foot-standarte shield, also hand-applied, is visible. In the accompanying period photo, the officer between Eicke and Himmler
is wearing one of these. A rare helmet with a lot of history, this piece is priced very reasonably at (this seller is very motivated to sell this superb and rare piece to raise money
for another collecting project. Early SS collectors, don't pass this one up!> SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Heer Panzer Enlisted cap, circa 1941. This beautiful enlisted example comes from a well-known collection and is original and untouched
in every way. The pictures provide a good view of the stitching and insignia application, all of which are textbook. The pink soutache sets this cap off nicely and it would
look very nice atop an early to mid war Panzer wrap. The price, including my COA, is SOLD USD
For sale is an excellent example of a Heer Panzer enlisted cap circa 1940. The insignia are beautifully hand applied
and appear completely period. The lining is the mouse grey cotton and is marked Lago 22 and size 54. On the left side of the cap is a rhomboid shaped pin with a wolf's hook, which
ostensibly representing one of the Heer Panzer Divisions. The cap is in excellent condition overall, with little wear and no mothing. It would serve as a key piece of
headgear for any Heer enlisted Panzer ensemble. The price is SOLD USD
Ultra Rare Heer Enlisted Panzer Beret
Panzer berets are pretty much a once in a collector lifetime opportunity, especially one that is complete and in original, unaltered condition. Most of these were recycled by the
Wehrmacht supply system to use the crash helmet portion as the lining of the mid-war fur hat. This superb example has survived unscathed. It is fully marked Werner Holt, Lublin SW 1940 + cloth label
and remains in exceptional collectible condition. It is priced at USD SOLD.
Super Rare Fat Rune SS lighweight Civic Style Parade Helmet
My second Fat Rune helmet was this piece, which originated from a California veteran estate over 14 years ago. I got it second-hand, and never knew any details, however, this helmet
speaks volumes by itself. The helmet shell is a typical civic aluminum alloy square scallop, dated 1934 and commonly issued to police organizations. The liner is civic style, with
the dome pad on the inside. In this case, this helmet was a direct SS Issue, featuring a CA Pocher party shield and a beautiful Fat Rune SS shield, in reverse order. Neither decal shows any glue or lacquer in application. Moreover, these are the only decals ever on this helmet--there is no scraped or covered police shield or other decoration.
Normally Fat Rune shields are found on either 3567 / 3574 batch number ET M-35s, or on some (just one) early RZM helmet. One other original SS parade helmet in the Barrows collection features a Fat Rune shield.
My feeling about this helmet, which is featured in the Beaver / Hicks helmet book, is it may possibly have been used as a parade helmet by an SD officer, given the decals being in reverse order. Purchase includes my certificate
of lifetime guarantee of authenticity. Price is SOLD USD.
ET 62 M-40 Waffen-SS Helmet
Here is a hard to find, collectible example of an M-40 ET in overall minty condition. The finish is the early ET Schiefergrau in the light texture,
and the decal is a 99.9% classic ET shield with factory glue and lacquer application. The liner retaining pins and main band are untouched original to the helmet but the leather portion
of the liner was replaced by the owner with a correct M-40 liner insert due to the leather having been torn out sometime during the period since the war. The chinstrap, a Singer Klattau 1941 strap,
is also replaced but perfectly period faithful to the use period of this helmet. German liners were designed so the leather insert portion could be easily replaced without interrupting the integrity of
the pins or the liner band itself, which is also the case here, so the restoration does not substantively detract. A completely untouched ET in this condition would be priced at 8k plus. However, given the leather replacement,
the price is lowered accordingly at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Mid-1930s Schutzpolizei Transitional Helmet
This is a fine example of an Austrian M-16 shell converted for use by the Polizei during the mid to later 1930s. The helmet is in very good condition with complete and untouched liner
and chinstrap sytem. The paint is a medium grey polizei color which is brush applied, leaving some traces of grey on the liner and edge of the strap. This is a typical theme for non-Wehrmacht units such as SS and Police to re-paint
their field grey issued helmets. The decals feature an early party shield found on some Polizei M-35 helmets made by Quist circa 1936. This helmet would make a great addition to any helmet collection and is priced reasonably at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
M-35 Luftwaffe Helmet
For sale is a medium condtion M-35 double decal size 64 Luftwaffe Helmet by EF. The overall condition shows medium
use and the paint and decals are altogether about 88%. There is a unit marking in the dome: I/234. The GI's name who souvenired the helmet from the war is also
written in the liner. This is is a good, collectible piece, and is priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
ET 66 M-40 Waffen-SS Helmet
This is an excellent example of an early production M-40 from Eisenhuttenwerke Thale, with a batch number of 17. This helmet was in my personal collection from 1998 until a few years ago, and is featured in SS-Steel.
The finish is the typical medium texture grey-green Schiefergrau finish characteristic of ET production. The liner and chinstrap are untouched and completely original to the helmet. The runic shield is the
classic ET pattern. No flaws and a fine helmet for any advanced collection. This helmet is priced at SOLD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
ET 66 M-35 Waffen-SS Helmet
This M-35 is a factory issue Waffen-SS ET66 with CA Pochers. The batch number is 4176, suggesting 1939 production. The liner and all pins, chinstrap, etc are un
touched and in good condition. The helmet was waxed for parade use during its period life, with small remnants of ancient beeswax visible in the low areas (beeswax becomes a dark grey on helmet shells).
The decals show the glue and laqcuer factory application, and the paint has a light field-grey hue--a very striking finish and appearance. This helmet is priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Allgemeine-SS Transitional Helmet
This helmet comes from the largest and most advanced collection of black SS helmets in the world. The shell is an Austrian M-16 with satin black finish and CA Pocher SS decals in the classic
configuration. It has a lot of use and wear, including period re-touch of the decals, which was a practice that I have observed manifests itself in about 15-20% of surviving original examples. The Germans, like any other military, dressed up their
gear in various ways for inspections and parades. This helmet definitely shows the "been there" look in every way. The price is very reasonable at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
Waffen-SS M-40 Single Decal Combat Helmet
This is an excellent example of a named, single decal Waffen-SS M-40 single decal with an overall handsome combat appearance. This piece is complete, untouched and would look nice on a W-SS display
especially with a decent first pattern camo cover beside it. The shell is an ET62 and the batch is 725, so probably late 1940-early 1941 for this helmet. The liner and strap are untouched and in excellent shape. The name Mehl is hand painted in the skirt
and is original to the period. The price is SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
M38 Early Spanner Single Decal Paratrooper
This is a very decent example of early spanner single D paratrooper; with nice toned patina, great condition eagle, excellent straps and liner, and NO sign of
tampering of the bolts either inside or outside. To get a nice semi-salty paratrooper in nice untouched condition is a rarity itself. Shell is ET68, with a 56 liner. Snap is marked PRYM. This helmet is priced at SOLD USD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
M-35 Reissue Single Decal Luft Preview--price info coming soon SOLD
EF64 M-35 Waffen-SS Helmet This is a scarce example of an EF M-35 SS helmet, circa 1939-40 that began as a double decal helmet and then had the party shield
period-removed per orders. It is rarer on two levels; one being it is an EF and the other being the period removal of the party shield, which was not closely followed by the SS.
This helmet retains 90+ % dark apple green 1939 finish and classic CA Pocher decal (generally the exclusive factory decal for the M-35 EF). The liner and strap are original and untouched to the piece. Overall a great example of a rare helmet. Price (including my COA) is SOLD USD
For sale is an Allgemeine-SS Transitional Helmet from the woodwork Here is a solid example of an Allgemeine-SS transitional consisting of a German M-16 WWI shell, originally issued in field grey.
There are two subsequent black finishes, and at least four decals represented. The outermost layer are classic CA Pochers, and the unusual thing is the party shield is covered except for the swastika circle only. The liner is an M-40 style, that is completely period original to this piece. This is not unusual given that black uniforms and helmets were in continued use
by the A-SS foot regiments and Abschnitte during the first two years of the war. This helmet simply saw an upgrade of the liner when it was necessary. This excellent example surfaced two months ago in an estate sale in the Northeast US and is untouched in every way.
The price, including my lifetime COA, is
WWII US Paratrooper M-2 D-Bale Jump Helmet, Fox Company 506 P.I.R.; ID'd
One of the most exciting and poignant helmets I have ever owned is this US M-2 D-Bale helmet with General Motors Inland Division liner, named to
PFC Armand R. Beauchamp, Company F, 506th P.I.R. Armand was killed in action on 7 October 1944 along the dykes near Opheusden, Holland, a victim of a near direct hit by a German mortar. He hailed from New Mexico and initially served with
Easy Co, then transferred to Fox Co. prior to deployment overseas in 1943. He was an original Toccoa man, whose specialty was 60mm Mortars. Here are several photographs of him; in front of the tar-paper shacks at Camp Mackall, NC;
at a function (probably USO) at either Fayetteville, NC or in Georgia (he is at far left); posing with comrades on the evening of 5th June, 1944; boarding for Market Garden (I know this picture of the men loading the aircraft has been labeled for years as an 82nd Airborne photo, however,
my friend Bill Brown who wrote the Fox Company history said it was the 506th and named the men in this picture--the last one in line is easily recognized as Armand Beauchamp. In front of him is a soldier named Yocum). Lastly, Armand's grave in Holland, photo by Bill's friend Cees.
The helmet itself is a brilliant example of the M-2 jump helmet. The seam is in the front and the d-bales are correctly brazed to the steel pot. The helmet chinstraps are the correct OD#3 11-row web; with the early brass step style buckle and nickel plated brass snaps.
The helmet has the spades with the tick at the 6 o'clock position, denoting second battalion, 506th. The spades show fine, original period weathering, crackling and wear. The net is British. I never removed it; it is slightly fused to the old (serial number inscription) paint on the inside of the steel pot.
The liner is a classic example of the General Motors Inland jump liner (see logo photo) with correct webbing and wire chin cup buckles. The clips and webbing are original and all present. The original sweat band is present. There is a substantial layer of grime and sweat in the cotton webbing of this liner, suggesting real use.
I was mildly astounded when I noted the remnants of masking tape in the inside front and rear of the liner. When I was a Lieutenant in the 82nd Airborne, I used to use tape to keep the steel pot and liner from separating during jumps--it happened with these helmets. Here was an example in my hands with old masking tape still present,
possibly from training jumps Armand Beauchamp did. The liner spades show the same fine crackling and age / wear, commensurate with the steel pot. This helmet was in the collection of a preminent helmet collector for over 20 years before I obtained it. The late Robby Wilson obtained it from me and treasured it as I did. I am offering it
for sale on his behalf. Serious US collectors, do not pass this one up--it is what it is. This exceptional piece is priced at SOLD and includes my certificate of lifetime guarantee of authenticity.