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Article about: Please can anyone identify this artillery pickelhaube . Also three of the stars are missing fron the top ball escution, can these be bought anywhere. Thanks, John.

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    Please can anyone identify this artillery pickelhaube . Also three of the stars are missing fron the top ball escution, can these be bought anywhere. Thanks, John.
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    Prussian Garde Feld artillerie, officers helmet I would say.
    The star-screws can be find separatly.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Could you provide a picture from the inside?
    Are there any marks in?
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    That's exactly what I would say...

    Adler

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    Quote by stuka f View Post
    Could you provide a picture from the inside?
    Are there any marks in?
    The only marks inside is the date,30-8-16, also pic. of inside, not very thrilling. John.
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    Indeed a pitty! But it seems a honest helmet. Where about is thise date and is it stamped or written!
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Maybe it's not so good condition but you can always display a helmetcover on this haube because the shape of the shell is still good...
    A date in a private purchase pickelhaube?... where is that located and can you show a picture of that?

    Adler

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    [QUOTE=Adler;86062]Maybe it's not so good condition but you can always display a helmetcover on this haube because the shape of the shell is still good...
    A date in a private purchase pickelhaube?... where is that located and can you show a picture of that?

    Adler[/QUOTEWhy in heck would I want to cover this helmet up with a cover , there is nothing wrong with it as it is. A good honest helmet. As for the date, perhaps it is the date it was captured and no I cannot get a decent picture of the date. John.

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    [QUOTE=Blackpowder44;86201]...in heck would I want to cover this helmet up with a cover , there is nothing wrong with it as it is. A good honest helmet. QUOTE]
    I agree with thise!!
    I have got resine made helmets, who could do the job; adler!!!
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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