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  1. Hey guys, can you tell from the pictures if this is a real M18 Helmet? Just made this two pictures... yes I'm bad very bad... But now I'm realy curious if it's a real or fake one.
  2. Guys, Pointy hat and other hat? Alledgedley in an attic for a longtime? What do you think? More
  3. Guys, Been out to play today and this was rightly in the scrap but I could not leave it there.
  4. I just picked up this awesome looking helmet yesterday at a flea market, it was not cheap, but I just love it. Now my question is WHAT IS IT??? Any help in identification would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Good day all, I have an officers Bavarian Reserve Pickelhaube I picked up. Shes in ok shape but missing one Kokarde and there are only a few scales left. Does anyone know where I can find and original Schuppenkette? Pics to follow. D.
  6. Guys, From today's finds. Totally as it was, not messed with. Can't see anything overtly wrong with the helmet, perhaps it failed on the steel quality or such like? couple more pics of decal
  7. Guys, I got this from one of my new German colleagues, he swapped for a pair of British army boots. I have got them all searching for me now! I wish I had made this transition a lot sooner! couple more
  8. Hello readers. After many years of searching for a Tschako for this small unit with its unique headgear plate ( bandeau ) I finally found one . This Tschako belonged to the Hannoversches Jaeger Bataillon Nr.10 ( Rifle Battalion 10) which had its tradition in the former Hanoverian Army going back to the times of the Georges , Kings of Great Britain. Hanover was then an Electorate with the King of England being the Elector. The tunic was also adorned with the cuff title " Gibraltar " in memory of the siege of Gibraltar in the 1780's when Hanoverian units reinforced British troops in the defense of Gibraltar against Spanish and French besieging forces. After the Prussian won the war against Austria in 1866 with which Hanover was allied after becoming a separate kingdom from England following the Napoleonic era, the Hanoverian Army was absorbed into the Prussian Army. Emperor Wilhelm II began to mend fences with the population of the former Kingdom of Hanover by granting certain distinctions to those formations which could trace traditions back to the 1780's and later to the Kings German Legion which consisted to a large extent of citizens of Hanover who fled their French occupied homeland to England and then joined the newly formed legion. The Kings German Legion fought with distinction during the campaigns on the Peninsula and later during Napoleon's attempted comeback in 1815 participating in the battle of Waterloo. Wilhelm II granted the Jg.Btl.Nr.10 the renewed cuff title " Gibraltar " and then the Tscako plate including the campaign and battle distinctions Peninsula, Venta del Ponzo and Waterloo. This battalion during WW I was incorporated into the Alpenkorps and saw action in the battle of Verdun and on the Tyrol and Romanian fronts. My skills taking photos are minimal, please excuse. I have a tunic also and will try a picture of it later. Bernhard H. Holst
  9. Gentlemen: I haven't been here in a while. In 2013 both my parents committed suicide and I hooked up with a fake publicity firm that took me for $40,000. I never spoke about my personal issues here, but I have Meniere's disease, an incurable autoimmune disorder that keeps me housebound, and I have PTSD. Both conditions are worsened by stress. For seven months my fake publicists sent me supportive e-mails "helping" me through the endless series of crises, when in reality they were monitoring my blog to judge when I was at my lowest emotional and mental ebb. They double billed me, charged me for services not rendered, and made promises they didn't keep. Ultimately PayPal refunded me $9000, since I documented everything. You can go to my Website and read the "About" page. It has a link to the story. Not a single media outlet in the United States nor a single law-enforcement agency responded when I told them what had happened, so the criminals will get away scot-free. Until they con the wrong person. I've spoken to a quite terrifiying man from Montana, a state where they believe in frontier justice. Hopefully I've talked him out of his plan. But now I have to start my writing career over from scratch, since the two books that the fake publicists pretended to market are now dead. I have a new book that's part of the trilogy that I wrote, but I need Amazon reviews of my previous books. Some of you have read my books or know others who have. German Flamethrower Pioneers of World War I. Flamethrower Troops of World War I: The Central and Allied Powers. German Assault Troops of World War I: Organization, Tactics, Weapons, Equipment Orders of Battle, and Uniforms. Every review will help immensely. I'll be eternally grateful if you take the time to write one or ask people who've read the books to write one. Before this happened, I'd begun collecting photos for Assault Troops of World War I: The Central, Allied, and Neutral Powers. It's on hold now as I try to rebuild, but no reason why you shouldn't see a little taste. Did you know that the Germans fielded visorless helmets in 1917? They're rare, but I have photos of them. They copied them from the Austrians, who first began wearing their helmets backwards and then cut off the visors. Visorless helmet with cloth camouflage cover.
  10. Hello readers. I was a long time looking for this helmet. Only a very few regiments in the Prussian Army which could trace their lineage to the old Hanoverian Army had these head gear plates showing campaign and/or battle distinctions. In this case the Fusilier Regiment ( Hanoverian ) Number 73 had: Peninsula and Waterloo These bear a relation to the Kings German Legion which consisted to the largest extent of Hanoverian citizens who fled their French occupied homeland for Great Britain. George III was also the Elector of Hanover and provided the opportunity to fight against Napoleon I in the ranks of the newly created Kings German Legion. As mentioned in earlier, related posts emperor Wilhelm II restored these honors as well as the cuff title "Gibraltar" to which this regiment was also entitled because of the participation in the defense of Gibraltar during the siege in the 1780's against the Spaniards and French. Of note is that the last surviving recipient of the Pour Le Merite order the later Hauptmann Ernst Juenger belonged to this regiment as did his brother Fritz. This regiment was deployed on the Western Front throughout of WW I. I am fortunate to have a tunic of this regiment in my collection and will give it a try to photograph it. Bernhard H. Holst
  11. Hello readers. Pictured here is a Tschapka which belonged to a member of the above mentioned Ulanen Regt. Due to poor photography skills of this poster not clearly visible are the campaign/battle distinctions on the helmet plate. These were authorized by Emperor Wilhelm II based on those of the regiment's Hanoverian forerunner incorporated into the Prussian Army following the Prussian-Austrian War of 1866. The Kingdom of Hanover being allied with Austria ended on the losing side. The campaign/ battle distinctions or perhaps better called honors were : Peninsula, Garzia Hernandez and Waterloo going back to service with the Kings German Legion during the wars against Napoleon I. The colors of the facings were white as can be seen by the color of the trimming of the tschapka top. The Chef of the regiment was no other than His Majesty the Emperor and King, ( Wilhelm II ). The helmet plate or bandeau is similar to the Guard's plate but not quite identical and the name "Koenigs Ulanen" implied something of an elite or perhaps guard status. Bernhard H. Holst
  12. When were enameled officer Guard stars introduced for wear on Foot Guard officer and General officer pickelhauben? Were earlier versions without enameling? I am particularly interested in the version of this worn during the 1870-71 war.
  13. Hi Guys, I've been a member here for a while now and really haven't contributed much as I'm mainly on the WAF so I thought it time to start making myself know to those that don't know me and those who do. My name is Justin and I collect mainly KM items after initially buying everything and anything as we do in the beginning. So it took many years of collecting and aquiring these items and there is nothing I like more that to share it with those who appreciate it the most my fellow collectors. So here we go, I'll post stuff as we go and you guys can sit back and enjoy the ride so to speak. Firstly my Uboot Tally collection, still require a few to fill in the gaps so if anyone has any in Metallfaden that aren't in my collection please drop me a line. A few more recently collected.
  14. Chaps and Chapesses I recently aquired a relic helmet with no vents. Blimey. I originally thought it was a M1942 with the outurned rim. On closer inspection the rear rim is stamped cKl64 (Eisenhuttenwerke in Thale) size 64cm. Checking out various very knowledgeable sites there seems to be a train of thought that these are M1945s and were only manufactured in a size 66cm. There seems to be dispute as to whether they are reproductions or extremely rare mis-manufactured late war helmets. What do I do, chaps and chapesses, throw it away or guard it with my life? Spaz
  15. M40 black painted as issued DD SS helmet,one of only a handfull im told,et66,chinstrap stamped ss bw 00453,austrian decals.my camera is knackered so scan is all i can do at the moment.Janoshttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2012/post-8400-0-55186900-1335355493.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2012/post-8400-0-61739700-1335355547.jpg
  16. Bought this Stahlhelm M35 model from a collector thinning out his collection. I believe a Luftwaffe helmet due to colour, one decal, maybe from a Flak Unit. Chin strap is missing (have to get one) believe lining O.K. Regards
  17. Waffen SS M-35dd, Q64. Helmet has been painted a total of four times; when initially factory issued, a black repaint with new decals, a green repaint with new decals followed by another green repaint with Pocher decals. The helmet was liberated from Dachau by Col. Paul Roy who supervised inmate rehabilitation at the camp and comes with a scrap book containing a four-page press release and interview by the Voice of America along with a dozen large photos of the camp and a scene of retribution. A chilling reminder indeed. The helmet has been in some very high-powered collections but now resides in my humble little gathering, and, is featured in Kelly Hicks latest work "SS-Steel". While not my best condition SS helmet it is without doubt my favorite SS helmet. Hope you enjoy, Cody
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