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NSKK 1st Model crash helmet adler?

Article about: From what I have read on old threads this one stands a good chance. Reverse detail not mushy, RZM mark visible in the correct location, green paint. Sadly it is missing a wing tab. Any opini

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    STAKESIDE awoke in a drunken stupor this morning, dreaming of what his father would do. There would be no lecture on the evils of demon rum. He would kick my bed saying.....

    ................................GET UP........IT'S TIME TO CUT THE GRASS.................................

    NSKK 1st Model crash helmet adler?.....NSKK 1st Model crash helmet adler?

    ..............KEWO 08-20-2010.............................................. ...........This TALON-PRINT appears to be from the same ASSMANN obverse die as ROSSI & ALIKAT but the absence of the distinctive round feather suggests that this particular tooling may have been used before as well as after 1934. While not proof positive, it is an appealing assumption. The responses to KEWO were offers to purchase and DOUGB admonished them not to do so on the forum.

    LACH470 12-31-2008 also posted a similar sturzhelm which received favorable comments from Adrian Stevenson, but I am unable to post images from his thread....Doug.
    Last edited by stakeside; 10-27-2017 at 04:45 AM.

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    Some more information from Wilhelm Saris for those interested in RZM NSKK tags for these sturzhelm.

    NSKK 1st Model crash helmet adler?

    The use of the RZM tag was since 1936 and as told in the 1936 manufacturing-regulations.

    NSKK helmets practically always do have a white tag in the inside, saying Sturzhelm nach Vorschrift des NSKK.

    Carl Busse from Mainz was a mayor (sic) contractor for the RZM and was licensed with L6/3. The "L" stands for Leder (leather).
    Their RZM-permission was revoked September 15, 1937.

    Most helmets you will find for the NSKK do have the number L6/1, which stands for the concern of Hans Roemer from Neu-Ulm.

    Most NSKK helmets do have in the inside also a unit-stamp. Simply while most helmets for a unit were property of the unit and when not needed it was stocked in their building.
    Last edited by stakeside; 10-27-2017 at 06:00 AM. Reason: DRUNK

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