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German Helmet M45 B/II, any opinion is appreciated!

Article about: by bigmacglenn1966 The M54 is very rare (and very ugly)... I've seen them sell for 500 Euros at auction...welcome to the Forum by the way! Glenn 500€ for this ugly Thing??? This was a Peinli

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    Default Re: German Helmet M45 B/II, any opinion is appreciated!

    Quote by bigmacglenn1966 View Post
    The M54 is very rare (and very ugly)... I've seen them sell for 500 Euros at auction...welcome to the Forum by the way!
    Glenn
    500€ for this ugly Thing??? This was a Peinlichkeit for the NVA but i hope i found one of This for 5€ on a Trödelmark in my life. But the M45 looks like Sh*t too.

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    A friend from me says it is a a Prototype or a early model from a NVA helmet from the 50's or early 60's years.

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    if its from china its crap.

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    Sorry a friend of me is a Expert of NVA Items. Not I.

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    Quote by DerStuermer View Post
    Have you Pics from this M54 by the NVA?
    There are some from another forum.

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    Btw, it's actually nothing to do with this thread...

    Btw again, I also try to get the rare M54 for myself. Anyone got clue?

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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    if its from china its crap.
    No offensive, I believed that this strange helmet is not made in China, but Europe or America. And it's clearly by a guy who really got lots of balls.

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    Compared with the drawing, I think the location of the shell rivet is also weird, but not sure.

    Does any oringinal one even really existed?

    As I know, here is only a guy named "Brian"(?not sure did a lot of reseach on this rare item. But still, a lot of argument are remained.

    So, since now on, I still have no idea of this mysterious helmet but legend...

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    My only input on this is...anything from China must be put in a differ realm...for they copy everything...to look like originals. Anything is possible...could be a lagit item, but since one said China...Confucius says...be aware!

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    Greetings to all members of this excellent Warrelics forum. I am a collector and I buy and sell on eBay, among other places. The helmet in question at the beginning of this topic is one of a series of reproductions that I made at home. I used the modified shell of a Vopo helmet and completed it with a rare Bundeswehr liner and a repro chinstrap for M42 helmets. It's not a perfect work, just a good try. In the listings I clearly stated that these were replicas. And I am not from China. I am from the US.



    Best regards.

    Puggy

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