Czech M32 steel helmet

98.99 USD
Czech M32 steel helmet
Price 98.99 USD. In stock 0 pcs. Saatavana käytettynä!
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A Czech M32 helmet apparently made mack in 1936, in very nice condition apart from the missing chinstrap. One-off piece! These were used extensively by Germany and her allies, Finns included.

Marked with a date of '36 and Sch-M stamps in the lining. In superb condition, but the chinstrap is missing (snapped off). Note the brown leather lining, apparently denoting an older production helmet.

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