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Dave's Desk  

Previous Issues

Issue #1 Black Allgemeine SS out of the Woodworks

Issue #2 General Update & Rambling On


Issue #3 Sometimes I have to keep them!!!!

Good day fellows.  I hope you all are keeping well as my customers in the UK like to say.   I know you guys watch my blurb on the Helmets for Sale section about items that are "On the Way".   I know a number of you were waiting for the M1940 Veteran Bringback Heer Normandy Camo when I posted it up.   I did purchase this one with the intentions of selling it, but when I opened the box and held it for about 5 seconds, I knew this one had to stay.   Being a huge WWII history buff or nut as my wife would say, I love the items that are connected with the Normandy Campaign.   This one just spoke to me.   I will also confess that I am more collector at heart than I am a dealer.  Sure, I am a dealer, but I have to tell you, I would keep a whole lot more if the damn economy here wasn't in the tank.   There are still helmets that I truly miss and wish I could have kept, but at least I know where most of them are (DB, you know the Q66 Single Decal Bulge captured SS helmet that I am referring to!)  

So, don't be mad if occasionally I have to put one of these helmets back.   Often times I get rotten pictures from sellers and just don't have a good idea of what a helmet is actually like until I receive it.   Anyhow, I did want to feature this gorgeous M1940 Normandy Camouflage helmet in my blog as I do feel that this is truly a Classic Normandy camouflage pieces and to me has all the earmarks you want to see in a WWII period German camouflage piece.  This one has plenty of wear but is all there except the drawstring.   The liner and the chinstrap are overall nice and it displays like a champion.   The paint scheme is just awesome with the Tan base paint with Green & dark reddish Brown.  There are even some nice green paint runs on the front.   So many of the Normandy camos that I see are Luftwaffe pieces, so it is nice to find a Heer helmet.   Overall this one is a combat experienced piece and a true battlefield pick up.   This one came from a lady in Nashville, TN.  Her husband's father brought this one back.  Unfortunately, her husband was killed in a car accident several years ago and with him, died the details about the helmet.   His name was Eugene Pahnke and he served in the US Army Air Corp.  I was able to get some information about him on this website: http://aad.archives.gov/aad/series-list.jsp?cat=WR26  

This is a good site that I found to research American Soldiers that served in WWII.   

Enjoy the pictures of this beauty.  I hope you guys like the Normandy Camo as much as me!

Until next time, happy hunting!

Dave 

      

      

 


 

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Payment Methods and Shipping   

Cash, Check, Money Order, PayPal, Visa/MasterCard, and Bank Transfer are all accepted.   I also am pleased to accept layaways.   Simply pay 1/2 down, then pay the remaining balance within 30 days.  Once the balance is paid, I will ship your item promptly. 



There will be a 4.0% fee for PayPal purchases. For PayPal, simply provide me with your e-mail address and the item(s) you want and I will forward you a PayPal invoice.   MasterCard/Visa purchases include a 3.5% processing fee for US and international orders.

SHIPPING 

Items will be shipped after the check clears for items paid with personal checks. 

Shipping will be handled on a quote basis.  Generally we use UPS for domestic as the tracking is superior and the service very reliable.  We can  offer FedEx & USPS shipping as well.   

International shipping is also on a quote by quote basis.  I will ship to any country that shipping is available.   Be advised that if you are in a banned country, the risk for customs seizure is yours.  For International shipments I recommend using USPS Express International Mail as it can be tracked.  EMS is more expensive, however less services with the US Postal Service put you at risk for loss as the tracking capabilities are limited.  For the safest and best tracking as well as the fastest transit time, I recommend United Parcel Service, International Door to Door Service.  For shipments with low value declared without proper insurance, WW2GermanHelmets.com cannot accept liability for loss or damage.    

 

Please make checks and money orders payable as follows:

 

WW2GermanHelmets, Inc.

128 Silver Pine Drive  

Hendersonville NC 28739

USA  

Email:  GermanHelmets@morrisbb.net

Phone:  828-335-1944

 


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