A new book on the market by Jim Turinetti .
Buyer's Guide for headgear of the Imperial German Army Circa 1914
Jim has made a study of tracking the sale of helmets
at auction and private sales
The helmets are shown with prices that range
from highest sale to the lowest sale of the same helmet
there is also an Ave . price
A lot of the helmets have separate photos
of the proper shoulder strap that goes on
the uniform worn by the regiment .
It has just been completed and I have my copy
please contact Jim direct
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Jim’s guides are excellent and for those of us who are new at collecting they are a valuable reference. Even though a helmet is ulimately worth what someone is willing to pay, Jim’s guides give you a ballpark price range and clarification of what you should look for in a correct helmet. I’ve personally found the books to be invaluable as my collection of helmets has grown to over 30. Thanks Jim.