Product description. Expertly Handcrafted Replica of the Belgian M15 Adrian helmet. Steel shell with leather liner and Belgian Insignia on the front Made exactly like original. Issued to Belgian Troops from WW1 until the 1930's. Please see the pictures with a measuring tape for the size.
Original Post War Belgian British WW1 Style Brodie Helmet . £45.00. 0 bids. Free postage. Ending 18 May at 11:21PM BST 4d 1h. Antique Replica First World War 1914 German Spiked Pickelhaube Trench Helmet. £481.65. Click & Collect. Was: £525.00. £5.91 postage. or Best Offer.
May 06, 2021· Belgian M.15 Adrian helmet SOLD Belgian ww1 helmet as used during the first world war. Originally from French production the Belgians same as the French used the Adrian helmet as protection in the trenches. This example is in good condition with original paint. It lacks the liner but this can be easily replaced.
Belgian Military M1 Helmet. The iconic M1 helmet was first produced by the United States during World War II and was in service up until the 1980s. After World War II many NATO Nations adopted the M1 style helmet and used them actively up until the 1990s. This particular Belgian helmet is made of non-magnetic Hadfield steel.
Original Belgian WWI Adrian helmet for soldiers on the Yser front. Good condition: 80% of the original paint is still there, with a beautiful patina. Comes with a metal photograph of a Belgian soldier.
Mark 2 Belgian Clone of the British Brodie helmet. After the end of the Second World War Belgium began manufacturing their own version of the British Mk.II Helmet, which came to be known as the Belgian Mk.II Clone. This helmet was used by all services of the Belgian Military; Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as in Civil Defence.
Genuine, Refurbished, Replica World War Two & other periods Helmets, Hats and Accessories. Our mission is to supply as accurate as possible, period head-wear and accessories. We only deal with head-wear: helmets, hats, caps etc. This helps us to provide you with accurate period items. Every item is described in detail, if the helmet is genuine ...
Apr 07, 2012· WW1 Belgian Adrian Helmet Wanted - Will buy and/or trade with WW1 German Helmet. In Other militaria: wanted 08-26-2011, 10:01 PM. Belgian Adrian helmet, how much? In Helmets 10-28-2010, 08:56 AM. Newbi needs help again! belgian helmet?? In Helmets 07-28-2010, 04:00 PM. ...
Reproduction of the Belgian M15 Adrian helmet. Steel shell with leather liner and Belgian Insignia on the front. Please see the pictures with a measuring tape for the size. Made exactly like original. Issued to Belgian Troops from WW1 until the 1930’s. Expertly Handcrafted Replica. US shipping only
Repro Belgian WWI Adrian helmet, size 56/57. Restored / refurbished. You may also be interested in the following product(s) French Backpack, Model 1893. €120.00. Cotton helmet cover, Model 1915. €15.00. 1 Review(s) | Add Your Review. Book, The Belgian Army in the Great War. €99.00.
H-1770 WW1 5TH Division helmet. Exc condition overall. Full liner and chin strap. $225: H-1769 WWI US Army Helmet. Good condition overall. chinstrap has a break under the liner near the rivet. $125: H-1767 Interesting WWI Camo helmet with spread winged eagle, Union shield and French and British flags. Missing about half of the chinstrap.
H-1772 WWI 30TH Division Helmet. Very good condition overall. Break to chin strap, but should not be seen as it is under the liner. $200: H-1770 WW1 5TH Division helmet. Exc condition overall. Full liner and chin strap. $225: H-1769 WWI US Army Helmet. Good condition overall. chinstrap has a break under the liner near the rivet. $125
WW1 German M17 'Machine Gun Company' Named Camouflage Helmet. An excellent WW1 German M17 camouflage helmet with soldiers name & unit lettering to a Machine Gun Company. This helmet has the classic thick border lined segments of forest green & brown & shows much trench wear to its exterior with chips & scuffs to the paint indicative of combat wear.
May 14, 2017· Belgian M1915 steel helmet, type "Casque Adrian". Produced in France on behalf of the Belgian State. Helmet in the recognizable Belgian mustard colour with the lion's head on the front. The lion's head is often something different in terms of colour, what happened often because they were made and coloured in another factory. The helmet is in beautiful condition and still has about 85-90% of ...
Belgian steel helmet. Introduced into the French Army in July 1915, the 'Adrian' Pattern steel helmet was later adopted by many other countries, including Belgium, during the First World War. The helmets worn by Belgian soldiers were painted khaki and featured a lion-faced crest attached to the front.
We are offering this nice untouched French Adrian, Belgian Army Helmet, from World War One. In decent condition, with typical wear from age and use. Unfortunately this example is missing the Lions head badge from the front, and the liner and chin strap are also missing. A nice piece of military
Belgian WWI Adrian helmet quantity. Add to cart. Add to wishlist. SKU: BC-404 Category: Helmets. Description ; Additional information ; Description. Belgian helmet. Green steel adrian helmet with adjustable leather liner (max. 63 cm) and chin strap. One size. Additional information. Weight: 1006 g: Period: World War I.
British Brodie Helmet. Used by British Commonwealth troops and American "Dough Boys", this steel 2nd Pattern Brodie Helmet comes with a accurate natural leather chin strap with slider buckle. The liner inside however is the more comfortable WW2 pattern.
The Belgian M26/31 was a direct copy of the French Adrian. Produced in Belgium from 1931 it retained (with minor modifications) the Lions Head that was affixed to the WWI Adrian's. The major visual difference between the Belgian and French helmets is the more flared sides and brim of the Belgian, the French M26 had a much lower profile.
Vintage military helmets for sale at International Military Antiques from WW2, WWI, including Stalhelm, USGI, British Tommy Brodie helmets, Japanese Helmets and many more.
The Adrian helmet (French: Casque Adrian) was an influential design of combat helmet originally produced for the French Army during World War I.Its original version, the M15, was the first standard helmet of the French Army and was designed when millions of French troops were engaged in trench warfare, and head wounds from the falling shrapnel generated by indirect fire became a frequent …
VINTAGE WW1 GERMAN ARMY ENLISTED & NCO’S UNIFORM BELT BUCKLE M1895. $148.75 Add to cart. Quick View.
Every army involved in WWI and WWII used helmets to protect their combat troops. We offer a large variety of reproduction helmets that will meet the needs of Re-enactors as well as collectors. From the iconic M-1 US combat helmet to the German stahlhelm with its distinctive appearance, each helmet is made from quality materials.
Nov 30, 2011· Approximately 2,000 Model 2 helmets were produced by Ford Motor Company of Detroit, Michigan. The experimental helmet saw limited field-testing during WWI. The helmet was comfortable to wear and provided satisfactory ballistic results, but it was deemed to be too similar to the German Model 1916 helmet and eventually was discarded.
Belgium World War One combat helmet.This is the French Adrian style helmet with the metal Belgium badge on the front.The colour is the correct green colour used by the Belgium Army in WW1.Features:Metal Helmet with Belgium badge.Leather liner which is adjustable with a lace system.Leather chinstrap.The badge is separate (not welded onto the helmet) and it is fitted with the …
WWI Experimental Belgian Model 1917 Combat Helmet with Integral Visor. $ 4,950.00. The experimental helmet was manufactured in England in response to the desire of the Belgian government to secure for its troops a combat helmet which protected the soldier’s face as well as his head.
Jun 29, 2005· These are the 2 other types used by the Belgian army in WW1. left: Farina helmet (Italian made, used by Arditi); 1916. right: Queen Elisabeth helmet (as mentioned) with a visor; 1917. Both were mainly used by sentries only. The standard helmet was indeed the adrianhelmet; 1915. I am sorry the picture is not so clear.
The Brodie helmet is a steel combat helmet designed and patented in London in 1915 by John Leopold Brodie. A modified form of it became the Helmet, Steel, Mark I in Britain and the M1917 Helmet in the U.S. Colloquially, it was called the shrapnel helmet, battle bowler, Tommy helmet, tin hat, and in the United States the doughboy helmet.It was also known as the dishpan hat, tin pan hat ...
Belgium M15 Cont. This example of the Belgium M15 Adrian is of French manufacture and is made in four parts as per the standard French Adrian’s of WWI. The Belgium Army received their first supplies of French made helmets in late 1915. Initial supplies had a blue finish like French ones.