This a textbook example of a transitional M17 German helmet and currently highly desirable! Used during WW1 and refurbished during the Third Reich era.DDs are partially there, enough to prove that this is an infamous Ordnungspolizei helmet. Remarkably, the chinstrap and liner are still intact. This is because it was a water find and not a ground dug item. Solid and shows what seems to be battle damaged areas. See condition description for more information. A real piece of history at a bargain price! Would be a great addition to any collection. See my other militaria currently for sale and I add new items on a regular basis. Feedback says it all really. My descriptions are accurate as possible but please feel free to ask on anything not mentioned or for more pictures.
I appreciate that cash can be a issue! Don't have the funds at the moment? The item "WW2 German DD M17 Ordnungspolizei Helmet Liner & Chinstrap Battle Damaged LOOK" is in sale since Thursday, November 8, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Helmets/ Hats". The seller is "sphera_antiques_uk" and is located in Wigton.
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