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German WW1 Artillery Officers Picklehaube

Article about: Hello, Today I stopped in an antique store and saw this picklehaube, I tried doing research and learned a little but I need someone who knows these kinds of helmets to help me out, one of th

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    Thank you very much everyone for your help, Im going to pick up the helmet today, and it might have a case for the helmet too! Also I have one more question, what is a Fahnrich? - Nick K

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    Maybe I can best describe it as an Officer aspirant...

    Adler

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    An Ensign is sometimes called a fahnrich...
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    I went back to the store and he had two more picklehaubes what do you think of these? Also a couple red flags are thrown up for me because the guy showed me on a website what there worth and they were selling for 1200 euro give or take but he still only wants 400 euro, I don't know why hes selling them so cheap if there worth more. What do you guys think? also What do you think of these two picklehaubes, what is a good price for them. - Nick K

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    Here are more pictures of the one im interested in, also the one spiked helmet comes with a case. - Nick K

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    The two other are more something like Feuerwehr Wurtemberg... not military...

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    Hey guys Im concerned about this helmet because the guy whos selling it knows its worth about 1200 dollars but he said for me I get a special price of "400 euro" does this throw up red flags for anyone else or am I just overthinking this? - Nick K

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    Does anyone agree? - Nick K

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    Agree with your thoughts... but looking at the provided pictures, I see no red flags. Maybe it's just very cheap and maybe the seller doesn't know what he has???

    Adler

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    I'm sorry, but the Artillery helmet looks like a put together to me, not sure all the parts are even original. Weren't Saxon cockades flat?

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