Auction 09032022 Militaria And Historic Photos Auction
By Scott Daniels Auction
Sunday, Oct 2, 3:30 PM (your local time)
1412 NY-213 High Falls, NY, United States

A selection of major collections throughout periods of American history - from infamy to victory, from the first pitch to the last strike.  This auction will include the newly discovered Courtney Collection of rare photographs from two generations including an extensive personal album of noted World War II original photographs by John Courtney.  Rare 1920s Babe Ruth photos promoting the film "Headin' Home" by Jack Courtney.  A large selection of militaria items including helmets, uniforms, and bags.  

 

  • Historical Documents
  • Militaria
  • Photographs
  • Sporting Memorabilia 


We provide free in-house packing. Shipping is billed separately.  Buyers have 7 days to pick up items from our High Falls, NY location.  Items remaining for more than 30 days without prior agreement by Scott Daniel's, will be forfeited.   



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LOT 107:

Serbian Army Style WW2 Helmet

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Price including buyer’s premium: $ 24
Start price:
$ 20
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Serbian Army Style WW2 Helmet
 WWII Era Military Helmet with liner and chin strap. This helmet's style appears to be from the Serbian Army. The helmet is marked with the RED STAR on the front. The helmet is stamped on the inside with TB6812. The liner is in good condition with no rips or tears. The Chin strap is also in good condition. The helmet shows some scraps and scuffs on the outside. The helmet measures approximately 11.75 inches Long X 9 inches Wide X 6.5 inches High.
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