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Soviet M36 steelhelmet, early

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    Quote by Pawlito View Post
    Here is my one, made 1940, painted with the same paint as the Ssh-39 and without the star on the front.
    A very nice one, by regulation of 1940 year, the stars no more stenciled to the helmets. Your is very nice and very rare one!

    Regards,
    Dimas

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    Barnacle Wharf Trading co. (BFW) Ohio, used to sell these years ago. 70s I think. I tried to buy one and alas too late. No more left in stock!
    I was so sad. Price was around $20 dollars I seem to remember. I knew I would regret not jumping when they first went on sale.

    The used to issue a printout catalog with like twenty or thirty pages (pre internet days). Look at the prices now!!

    Cheers for the olden days,

    -Jaeger

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    Johnny Havock,

    I'm still hooked. I know I 'll eventually get one of them, even a shell would be great. I fact during WWII the troops would remove most of he liner so that their cold weather shapka could fit inside!

    cheers,

    -Rob

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    Hi Dimas,

    A few years ago you and Michael Baskette helped me with this helmet.
    As I recall you mentionned that it may have been relined during the seige of Leningrad.
    I have not been back to this Forum for a while and I see that you have a thread going on this subject so I thought that I would jump in.





    1939 dated.



    In the photo below I don't remember if I was using the helmet as a photo prop for the guns or the guns as a prop for the helmet.



    David

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    Sorry for the additional photos.
    I think these photos show a more accurate view of the color and finish on this 1939 dated helmet.

    David






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    Superb example of a wartime reline. Many in the discovered lot that most of these helmets come from are really trashed on the interior.

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    I bought recently a ssh36 as well, only shell and no liner, paint is almost gone, but i can not find any stamps anymore or any stamps in the steel shell itself...Where al helmets marked in the steel itself??

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    Hello

    I am not familiar with these stamps but its still nice to see a size 4. Quite unusual and something that will desapear from the next models

    Bruno

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