For my understanding the Luftwaffe eagle is correct for a helmet that was used from World War I.
Hi, the helmet stands a good chance of being correct but some nice clear close up shots of the decals are needed to be sure as it would be very profitable for someone to "pimp up" a plain WW1 helmet. The adler is of the early "droop tail" style which would be correct for this type of helmet. Leon.
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Agree with Leon. Decal close ups are a must, but it has a chance. Ideally all new pictures taken outdoors with no flash would be better.
A transitional Luftwaffe helmet like this would be very rare.
I would like to see better pictures.
But I think this may not be good sorry.
Last edited by cricketchris1944; 07-29-2014 at 07:18 PM.
close pics would help but I see fake decals so far , sorry
anyone know when the regt.General Goring came into existance ?.
I didn't buy this helmet yet. I asked for more photos, but we will see if they send any to me. thanks, daniel
The seven on the rear skirt looks typical paint pen to me and weren't all decals 'fixed' varnished?