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Classic Normandy cammo:-)

Article about: Hello, I have just bought my first real Normandy Helmet from the famed dealer Jessens and wish to share it with you here for referance.It cost me quite a bit but well worth it the way prices

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    just curious, how do you contact this guy?

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    Hello,
    Thanks for the comments again. For Mr Obkrieiger his email address is ahjessen@mindspring.com and his site is called Jessen's Relics Military Memorabillia. He's based in the US at Ohio.He has a great list and all kinds of cool items

    Tom

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    Hi Tom,

    this is a good rare Helmet in nice condition.
    Regards to Australia

    Marcus

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    a very nice helmet, thank's for showing it, I guess I know what I will dream about tonight. maybe if I start saving some buck's now, then I could get one in a year or 2.


    congrats on your jewel
    Marty

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    Boy you guys have good eyes if you can tell from these small pictures its a good one. I fear you may enter a world of hurt if you buy a camo based on such small pictures.

    I like to see more. What's the batchnr of the helmet ?

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    Hello,
    Yeah i should have changed the photos for mine.I can post some larger ones but it was bought on site reputation not size of photos.Jessen only sells the real deal guranteed.Anyway thanks for the comment and heres the batch number and a few others
    Tom
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    Hers the one of the stamp marked out inside:-)
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    i see your helmet is under guard,,,i would too !....

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    Yeah i thought it may be a good idea to place it under guard considering the price it cost me

    Cheers!

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    Quote by Tom Bennett View Post
    Hello,
    but it was bought on site reputation not size of photos.Jessen only sells the real deal guranteed. Tom
    Hello Tom ,

    There are only a handful of dealers where you can buy a helmet with almost 100% guarantee. This dealer is not one of them I'm afraid.

    Point in case this 1500$ so-called tropical helmet which is a complete fake : Views of Luftwaffe M40 Tropical Single Decal Combat Helmet, German WWII Headgear - Jessen's Relics Military Memorabilia

    Or this one that costs as much as yours , 2250$ , has a fake birdy and of course fake camo
    Views of Luftwaffe Model 42 Single Decal Camouflage Combat Helmet, German WWII Headgear - Jessen's Relics Military Memorabilia

    I have a feeling your helmet was a post war black painted helmet which was post war camouflaged. The black paint inside is very strange for a Heer helmet and the wear at the top should certainly not show black paint either. That's what I'm seeing.

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