Pickelhaube

The term Pickelhaube comes from the German. It means a helmet with point on the top. It is really a spiked helmet. It was worn in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Prussian military, later also by firefighters, and police – not only in Germany, but also in other countries. Although it is typically associated with the Prussian army, the helmet was widely imitated by other armies during this period.

Prussian Pickelhaube 1889

Prussian Pickelhaube 1889

Detail 124,00 € In stock

Prussian Pickelhaube M1905

Prussian Pickelhaube M1905

Detail 152,00 € In stock

Prussian Pickelhaube 1867

Prussian Pickelhaube 1867

Detail 209,00 € 4 Weeks

German Piked Helmet

German Piked Helmet

Detail 314,00 € 16 Weeks

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