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Rare Early WWII Norwegian M-1931 Quisling National State Police Helmet
This is a Rare Early WWII Norwegian M-1931 Quisling National State Police Helmet.
This is a very rare M-1931 helmet used by the Quisling Nasjonal Samling Politi (NS Police or State Police) during the Nazi German occupation of Norway in WWII. The helmet is gray-green in color and the police insignia is silver with black. The decal is found only the left side of the helmet and is about 95% complete. Helmet liner band is made of metal and attached to it are three leather pads, each of which terminates in two tabs with eyelets for the passage of a leather drawstring, which is present in this example. Each leather pad has backing bags present. Liner band is retained by three rivets, two of which also retain the chinstrap, which is made of brown leather. Helmet paint is in overall very good condition with some areas of wear and a slight stacking ring mark to the front.
A rare and exceptional example
of a WWII helmet from a Nazi Germany occupied country.
VINTAGE: Circa WWII.
SIZE: Approximately 11-1/4" in length, 9-3/8" in width and about 6-1/4" in height.
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Painted steel, leather liner & 4 pads.
ATTACHMENT: Two strap with bukle & Holes, leather, string inside liner.
ITEM NOTES: This is from a Norwegian militaria collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. TRFJX18 TRAEJX LCCIEX02/27/21
CONDITION: 7+ (Very Fine-): The helmet shows moderate to heavy wear, and Helmet paint is in overall very good condition with some areas of wear and a slight stacking ring mark to the front.