Bavarian Reserve Infantry Enlisted Pickelhaube

Bavarian Reserve Infantry Enlisted Pickelhaube

Absolutely Original and Untouched, Beautifully kept helmet.

Bavarian Reserve Infantry enlisted Pickelhaube. Beautiful and absolutely virgin and untouched.  Black lacquered leather helmet body with brass trim.    Helmet body has excellent form and firm stitching.  Exterior lacquer still has its polished sheen.  Interior has the enlisted black dyed leather liner in absolute mint condition.  Marked inside by the Maker HANS ROMER in NEU ULM and dated 1914 Round front visor  with NO extra holes in helmet body.  Round spike base with smooth spike maintained by round brads.

Frontplate is the Bavarian gilt brass  Wappen surrounded by two Lions with the In treue fest banner, in the center a silver Reserve cross. Flat brass chinscales over M1891 lugs.  Both Reichs and Bavarian cockades, later is a replacement.  Absolutely guaranteed Original and Untouched, Beautifully kept helmet.

  • Price : $1,150
  • Overall condition : Near Mint
  • Reference : Head195

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