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    Camo helmet on E stand

    Interesting lid, however very likely a postwar French/Belgian Painted Helmet for soldiers or tourists.

    http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru....php?t=1001970
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    Last edited by nzef1940; 04-29-2019, 04:11 PM.

    #2
    Well, whatever it is...it sold
    Want to buy 1887 Bread bag strap, Ochre colored

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      #3
      Crazy price as well. I agree it was not likely to be a WWI era camo job.
      Willi

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        #4
        Nothing wrong with the camo or the price. Anyway, it's found a new home.

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          #5
          Too bad I wasn’t in time to pull the trigger.

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            #6
            Educate me; what makes it postwar? Thanks.
            Check my band: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6aU7zgLt98

            Best regards Michel!

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              #7
              The colours are all wrong as are the dividing lines.

              These where painted by French and Belgian peddlers immediately after WW1 and into the 1920’s for Soldiers to take home and for battlefield tourists.

              There are actually collectors for these, an interesting helmet just not actually wartime Painted.

              Worth around $500 to one of these collectors.
              Last edited by nzef1940; 04-30-2019, 06:38 PM. Reason: Spelling

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                #8
                A nice helmet period done French? German? who knows but definitely of the time period. Would look good among other camos. Let me know if you see one the same with liner for $500. Rob
                God please take justin bieber and gave us dio back

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by nzef1940 View Post
                  The colours are all wrong as are the dividing lines.

                  These where painted by French and Belgian peddlers immediately after WW1 and into the 1920’s for Soldiers to take home and for battlefield tourists.

                  There are actually collectors for these, an interesting helmet just not actually wartime Painted.

                  Worth around $500 to one of these collectors.
                  Definitely not WW1 German colors. Thanks for the info on where this one came from.

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