An early 12-bolt square corselet diving helmet by C. E. Heinke Sub Marine Engineer. Portland St London. Stamped number "2". Dated possibly as early as 1860. Another once in a lifetime find. Thank You - Anthony & Yvonne Pardoe.
Mark V Miller Dunn
100% Authentic, made September 1st 1943 with very low serial #966. All matching numbers. An estimated 1,500 were ever made by Miller Dunn. Considered the most difficult Mark V during WW2 to find
The Ultimate helmet dating back to 1881. Very very rare and possibly once in a lifetime find. Original all intact masterpiece.
Thank You - Fabio Vitale
Australian Helmet - Only 50 ever made in 1945. Has been polished and is number #40. Less than half are thought to still exist. Perfect condition.
A 6-bolt Admiralty pattern C.E.Heinke & Co Ltd London with full matching numbers "309". Made in the 1930's and purchased from a small Museum in Wales many years ago.
Thank You - Anthony & Yvonne Pardoe.
Original Italian manufactured by Robert Galeazzi in the early 1940's. Full matching numbers 33:150
A 12-bolt "Pearler" by C.E.Heinke & Co Ltd London. Matching 2243 number with rare screw in guards to side windows. See pages 91 & 92, vol 1, "Diving Helmets and Equipment Through The Ages". Thank You Anthony & Yvonne Pardoe.
Siebe Gorman - 1910
Rare helmet in great condition. Low matching numbers - 8127. Dated 1910-1915 pre-WW1 by S.G. expert.
A Chilean 12-bolt , unsigned with triple circular windows. See page 164-165, vol 1, "Diving Helmets and Equipment Through The Ages. Great Original Helmet.
Chilean - 1930's
12 Bolt - originally owned by hard working Squid Diver. Polished and Lacquered.
Ultra Rare Siebe Gorman with Low matching numbers in perfect original condition circa 1880's
Thank You - Fabio Vitale
Greek Sponge Diving Helmet. Hand made in Greece - circa 1920's. Thank you Leon Lyons.
Drager "Bubikopf" Model 1922 - Number 582 Matching numbers with all internal parts in place.
Thank You - David Dekker
Original complete early made Italian helmet by Italo Zannoni. Age early 1900's. Used in Taranto South Italy
Asian (KIM) Helmet
Very early dated to the turn of the last century.
The applied top construction makes it a very early make.
One of the earliest helmets made Circa 1860 - 1880 (150 years old) from the island of Kalymnos - Castellated bonnet which was used in the 1800’s - Possibly only one of this age in existence. Thank You Nickolas Toth
Circa 1910’s made by master helmet maker Antonios (Anthony) Avgerinos. Original Greek Tag (Rare having Greek writing)
Original Italian Helmet made by S.I.A.S. Rare matching numbers 665 with few in existence. Circa late 1930's.