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    Baden WWI Model 1915 Enlisted Man's Spiked Helmet. Standard pewter-trimmed wartime helmet with Baden front plate attached with leather thongs through loops on the reverse side. No additional holes. 3 ½-inch spike mounted on a circular base. Leather chinstrap mounted to Model 1891 lugs. Both cockades present. Rear spine with sliding ventilation hole cover. Nine-finger leather liner with leather adjustment thong tied through one liner hole. Marked size 53 ½.

    Condition: About very good. Light to moderate storage wear with some crazing and scuffing to the surface of the leather; darkening to the underside of the visors and some mildew in the crown. From the collection of J.T. Hamrick, M.D.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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