I have a few Helmets and caps I would love to protect in such a fashion but feel the cost would be to high purchasing them as singles perhaps I should start looking for an acrylic display case that can accommodated more than one hmmm.. decisions decisions.
Regards Mark K
Ebay has heaps,just type in helmet display...im going to get some,they look great..thanks youthcollector ..our rugby players dont wear helmets
I seem to remember vaguely a link I posted of a French guy, making them ....!?
I'll try to find it.
Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
Friday was nice and I went for a ride. It started snowing when I was on my way home. After that, we got about 3 inches of wet then freezing snow and the roads are really ugly here now.
Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)
Just a skiff of snow here Ralph and minus 8 I fear there is no turning back now winter is on the way.
Regards Mark K
These cases are nice if you only want a few pieces of headgear for the collection, or maybe have the room to use one to display a premiere piece such as an SS visor or helmet. If youre dedicated to headgear, you'll probably need something bigger and singular in nature. These individual cases will also get harder to display as you will have them all over, unless, of course like I said, you only have a few. I'm partial to and suggest a big case for a god size headgear collection The glass also keeps prying hands, like little kids, from smudging and destroying your priceless items.
Here is mine
Now we are talking then I could use a couple of these style cases and as I hate to see a space unfilled it would make a good excuse to by more head gear.
Although One or two of the singles would be nice for my favorite couple of pieces
Regards Mark k