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  1. Schmidt

    Stolen in Ciney M35 helmet

    Thank you Bart for doing that. Cheers J.S
  2. Thanks for your respons to this thread. Well I guess the helmet is long gone,I do not think it will be posted on any of the known Forums,and if you attend to get a table at any show,be sure to put everything behind glass or behind the tables, where they cant reach,I for sure have learned my lesson. Thanks for looking Cheers J.S
  3. More photos Thanks for looking
  4. Attention Fellow members Then it happened to me,this special M35 helmet with oversized decal was stolen from my table at the Ciney show Sunday,probaly long gone now,so nothing much to do about,But if anyone are offered or seeing this helmet for sale,please let me know,here is a few photos and a discription of the helmet: very special Wehrmacht M35 helmet with oversized decal,no markings found in the shell, maybe because of thick paint,but I figured out the shell is 62. Shell has a small dent on top. Dark liner,size 54 i guess ,has been treated with oil,linerring do have some damage,not broken,but bent. Chinstrap not original to the helmet,a piece missing on the strap(8 holes left)and it has been broken and has a repair. the Decal measure is: 4.7 CM high and 4.1 CM wide Thanks for looking Cheers J.S
  5. Schmidt

    Stolen in Ciney M35 helmet

    Here is a few more photos
  6. Attention Fellow members Then it happened to me,this special M35 helmet with oversized decal was stolen from my table at the Ciney show Sunday,probaly long gone now,so nothing much to do about,But if anyone are offered or seeing this helmet for sale,please let me know,here is a few photos and a discription of the helmet: very special Wehrmacht M35 helmet with oversized decal,no markings found in the shell, maybe because of thick paint,but I figured out the shell is 62. Shell has a small dent on top. Dark liner,size 54 i guess ,has been treated with oil,linerring do have some damage,not broken,but bent. Chinstrap not original to the helmet,a piece missing on the strap(8 holes left)and it has been broken and has a repair. the Decal measure is: 4.7 CM high and 4.1 CM wide Thanks for looking Cheers J.S
  7. Here is one more,its for a Staffel=Unterscharführer Paul Wettemann killed in a Terror attack 30.10.1944,I guess this man was in the Gestapo. Regards J.Schmidt
  8. The Steegmann family did also lost some relatives/friend during the war. Heinrich Daniels age 52 SS Stürmmann Johann Daniels age 20 Feldwebel Peter Lammers age 24 Soldat Theodor Flintrop age 20. Regards J.Schmidt
  9. Here is a card from San=Gefr.Hermann Steegmann killed 5.9.1942,also a photo of his grave,his last name is missing an E on his grave,also two postcards the late Hermann Steegmann send to his family in 1940. Regards J.Schmidt
  10. Okay I said I only collect those from Denmark,not the exact true. Here is a card from(notice the rank)Gefreiter in der SS Adolf HitlerLeib standarte Ferdinand Lengauer,killed in France in the beginning of the War,you can see the Dates of Death is hand written and on the photo he is wearing the black uniform. Regards J.Schmidt
  11. Here is a card from a Luftwaffe Pionier Anton Lang,what I find interesting about this card,is that they used a real photo which has been glued to the card. Regards J.Schmidt To Bill T About the Alvin Schorr card posted earlier in the thread,I cant see any numbers ect.on the boards.
  12. Hi Bart Its hard to read the last letter in Carl Banger?,but for me it looks like the letter l,so I believe it says Carl Bangerl. J.Schmidt
  13. I also collect these cards,but only those who sadly ended their life here in Denmark,I'll go to the cemetetarys where the german soldiers are buried,and find there graveyards,I have about 40 deathcards of german soldiers, all buried here in Denmark, I have posted a few photos,they are not the best,Sorry for that. Some people might call this a sick interest,but when I get a new card,I find it interesting to find the grave of the soldier. Regards J.Schmidt
  14. By the way,this one came with one of the SS sidecaps posted earlier.
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