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    Original WWII German Army (Heer) Cold Weather Sheep Skin Hat U.S. Veteran Bring Back

    $495.00
    Original WWII German Army (Heer) Cold Weather Sheep Skin Hat U.S. Veteran Bring Back. Nice quality, multi-panel, patch work, whitened sheep skin construction winter cap with the natural hide to the exterior and the white sheep’s wool to the interior. The front center of the cap has a, machine embroidered, Heer Army eagle in light green threads on a cut-out Army green base with a separate machine embroidered, national tri-color cockade situated just below eagle. The cap features fold down side and back panels with the panels held in position at the top of the cap by a thread loop and a corresponding tie string. When the side and back panels are in the upright position the sheep’s wool is visible to the exterior. The back and side panels were designed to be folded down to protect the wearer’s ears and neck and the panels could be secured with the fabric loop tie closed under the wearer’s chin as required. This was a combat worn example brought home by a US veteran. Most of these hats encountered are Luftwaffe, this Army (Heer) example is scarce and desirable. A fantastic unusual winter wear army hat untouched U.S. Veteran bring back hat the way we like to see them. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic  Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. Great for an Eastern front or Battle of The Bulge display.

  • Original WWII German Helmet Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy D-Day Band Of Brothers

    HOLD Original WWII German Helmet Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy D-Day Band Of Brothers. A fantastic relic in good condition, M-40 German helmet with liner and chinstrap. No decal and some of the paint has worn off from decades of handling (see photos). This was an early battlefield pickup and was in an older French collection. It was recovered at the hamlet of La Grand Chemin just outside of St. Marie Du Mont and next to Brecourt Manor. This is where "Easy Company" of the 101st Airborne (Band of Brothers) gathered just before the assault on the German battery at Brecourt Manor led by Lt. Dick Winters. A true D-Day relic with complete provenance.  Obtained by The Gettysburg Museum many years ago from a local collector in Normandy. here is a rare chance to own a real D-Day helmet from the 101st Airborne area.  100% Guaranteed to be authentic and untouched. One of the 2 chinstraps may have been changed at some point other wise untouched.   Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided.

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