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ORG TODT Helmet

Discussion in 'Uniforms, Personal Gear (Kit) and Accessories' started by Armis, Sep 9, 2009.

  1. sniper1946

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    very Impressive collection, Armis.. thankyou for posting..they'd make a lovely display...Appreciated.
     
  2. C.Evans

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    Great collection there ;-)) Now I know whose een driving up the collector prices by buying all of the available stock ;-D
     
  3. Armis

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    Great collection there ;-)) Now I know whose een driving up the collector prices by buying all of the available stock ;-D



    Thanks My friend !
    here is My two godgets not so good condotion , but it is from Kurland original !
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  4. Armis

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    Hello.
    What do Your mind abaout this M32 Vulkan fiber Helmet ????
    I found for this helmet this information !

    I found information in net for this M33 helmet .
    Germans used it for fire brigades , SS parade , Police and in bunker !
    And for old ss soldiers !
     

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  5. Armis

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    :rolleyes:
     

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    Heh heh, Christmas is just around the corner and my shelf is bare and gathering dust.....which means I NEED a few of your lids to sit on that shelf ;-))

    Im drooling at your Gorgets, I also NED one of those ;-))
     
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    As far as I know, Parade lids were either made of fiber or aluminum. I think your correct on this one and nice find ;-))
     
  8. Armis

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    Yes Helmet is from fiber (plastic) material !


    Be careful! these godgets I bought from the collections My friend of the history is known and safe, but many godgets now marketed in good positions in many internet links, but they are fake!
    really any godgets appears here with us two years to dig one in all Country(maximum)!
     
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    here is difference
     

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    Pith helmet - africa
     

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  12. Armis

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    All badges and crosses is from kurland!
    Badge Division "Condor" for the injury is excavated at the bridge where the German capitulation was the place.

    Attach a photo which was given shortly after the digging!
    Tanks are also from the Kurland kettle!

    One of the first class is cross checked out at the SS legionary daughter! Legionary had to desert from his part and was hiding at home ... then fell ill and was taken to the hospital .. there arrested and en route by ship from the Kurland kettle to Germany died!

    One second-class cross belonged to the German SS Legion soldier .. who some time ago was still alive! it is the ribbon which is very old and faded!
     

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    very nice militaria, armis..thanks for showing..
     
  14. C.Evans

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    Nice finds and thanks for rescuing them from further deterioration.
     

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