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    Here's something you don't see every day...

    Picture from on board the Admiral Scheer off the Spanish coast in 1936
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    Hi Paul, what a superb photo! I don't think I can recall seeing this pattern of helmet in KM use before.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    This would be a VERY expensive helmet if one was for same I would say !

    Great pic !

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    A friend of mine has a Police double decal cut-out (with eagle and party shields). It's a beautiful helmet and quite rare as well.

    It seems whatever was available, perhaps with some consideration of practical use, could be used by any Wehrmacht and police units - and perhaps others.

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