Wurttemberg General Officers Pickelhaube

Wurttemberg General Officers Pickelhaube

Extremely rare Helmet from the kingdom of Württemberg in overall very nice condition. Left uncleaned/untouched.

Black lacquered leather body with square visors and gilt trim. Crossbase retained by large gilt stars and toped with a Generals Type Fluted spike (see picture detail). Frontplate is the Gilt Wurttemberg "Wappen" with the devise "Furchtlos und Trew". In its center a Silver eight pointed Star of the order of the "Württemberg Crown" with its center enameled. Frontplate left deep marks in leather as can be seen in pictures which testifies to the fact that it was part of this helmet since WW1.

Both original cockards mounted underneath convex gilt chinscales and rosettes. Inside has  the calfskin lining with a very fine grade of silk. Red and green lined visors.  An extremely rare hemet to find in such a nice condition. Priced very reasonably as usual. Guaranteed 100% original.

  • Price : $6,500
  • Overall condition : Excellent
  • Reference : Head54

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