I have been interested in military helmets ever since I can remember; even before, when six years old, a family friend gave me an Aussie helmet. A number of years ago I restored a couple of British helmets and here we are. Though I have a few nice keepers, it is all about restoring for me. I like looking for sad pieces and bringing them back to former glory. Selling a few provides resources to buy more projects. Please read the descriptions that accompany my helmet listings and let me know if you want more photos via my contact page.

These helmets were all issued to an individual, they were a personal item and probably all of them were worn on active service or in combat.

25 Nov 22 - My website recently migrated from simplesite to one.com. The 'seamless' migration has virtually wrecked my website. Formatting has been compromised. If you hover over 'Home page' on the left you will be able to see my helmet pages and my current stock. Regards Dim

British MkII - AA Gunner Malta

Brit Para - 1st Independent Parachute Brigade (Polish)

US M1 Front Seam - 29th Division NCO D-Day

Brit MkII - Sicilian campaign

Brit Para - MkII Camo

British MkII - Desert camo

US M1 Front Seam - Khaki camo pattern

US M1 Front Seam & Fixed Bales - Capt 2nd Ranger Battalion

British MkII - WW2 small mesh net

Italian Bersaglieri - 3rd Regiment

US M1 Front Seam - Cam pattern

German Luft "Tropenhelm" canvas type pith helmet

German "Tropenhelm" Canvas type Army Pith helmet

German "Tropenhelm" felt Army Pith helmet

British MkIII - 1944 dated

M5 Aircrew 'Flak' helmet US Army Air Corps

US M1 Front Seam - Standard GI Helmet


WW1 WW2 and Post War

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Israeli M1 Clone - IDF Zahal Cam Cover