Completed condition with originally attached liner and the chinstrap, untouched as was found. The hallmark external feature of the Ssh-39 is rivet placement. Two correct shades, a dark and light are available. Some of the other members here have very good information on helmets, mine was gained from selling a few I found in Romania to other collectors. Helmet is depot repainted and originally installed leather chinstrap, which is broken in two places. The M-36 was also fitted with a comb on top, which allowed for ventilation. The Ssh-39 was produced from 1939, until being phased out in 1942.
Extremely rare version of M1940 model with 1st type leather made lining. Helmet stamp is no visible, but is made about 1940. And yes, many are appplied 'retrospectively'. It was also distributed to the Republican soldiers of the Spanish Civil War in conjunction with Soviet support of the Spanish government. Their job was to man and maintain the vast fleets of aircraft needed to attack German cities and industry. On a forehead part there was a five-pointed star contour painted in red color.
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During the Finnish Winter War, the cold temperatures forced many soldiers to tear out the helmet's liner so the ushanka, or fur hat, would fit under the metal shell. Has factory markings Л-45, but very bad visible. We have few helmets in same condition. I shall try to put illustrations for told. Our store is located in Parker, Colorado at S. Due to this fact, these two helmets were different from one another in a liner attachment, specifically in the number of clenches attaching the liner to the helmet. Video, sound and images can be embedded with the code we offer here, and images can also be downloaded.
As a result, highly desired by advanced collectors. Saying no will not stop you from seeing Etsy ads, but it may make them less relevant or more repetitive. Code, Section 921 a 16 defines antique firearms as all guns manufactured prior to 1899. Consent to process your personal data is for an indefinite term, but may be recalled by you all it takes is your request to Stalingrad Front. Wear is commensurate with many years of storage, and it appears that it was never issued, as there are no dents or other damage to the helmet shell.
They were also issued to various other Communist countries, the Commumist Romanians using them into the mid 1950's. The helmet has been repainted the correct shade of Soviet moss green. However I shall try to receive the information at customs and I shall inform. The helmet pictured here is an exceptional example of an all original Ssh39 with original cloth liner and cloth chinstrap, made at Lysva in 1941. Shvartz, and began production in 1936. Helmet size: 58 see the picture.
Liner and chinstraps showing wear of the age. Its large front rim and wide flares over the ears provided good protection for the wearer. When collecting Soviet militaria, having at least a rudimentary understanding of Cyrillic is essential! Close Use this image under non-commercial licence. The size of a star have been established. In the inner part of each toongue there was a cotton damping pad. We specialize in collectible and antique firearms and military memorabilia.
The helmet also has a hand stenciled Soviet Star, which is correct until they were phased out in 1941. Ebay and the other sites sell junk and faked up nonsense and good examples do not often surface. . Post-war helmets from the 1940? One part of the chinstrap is period replaced by an owner and seems that he used it hard after. However the size of a star was identical.
Tomorrow I necessarily shall show the helmets with a star. It is possible to send subjects of a uniform from a material having written that it is a man's jacket. I am most specifically looking for a later type M43? After that all helmets came back to the factory stock. Poor quality shell with sloping edges. Examples we have examined and the example featured here tend to have cloth liners with an oilcloth sweatband. I saw some of these helmets elsewhere with a red star painted on the front. This item is sold as is , so ask all pertinent questions before bidding.