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These sales are This is a first time offering for us at Der Rittmeister Militaria: an officer’s pickelhaube from the very elite Grenadier-Regiment Knig Wilhelm I. They are not overly noticeable, because the parade bush masks the small flaw quite well, unless the bush is lifted up for inspection.

More importantly, we notify our list members when we have a sale. [The regiment was founded the same year, 1797, as Wilhelm I was born, the importance of which we will share with you shortly]. Its only flaw shows up on the helmet’s right rear three-quarters, where two small gouges appear very close to one another.

What is most important, NO double holes are present where the wappen is attached.

It is a fine pickelhaube in parade configuration from an elite regiment and would make an excellent addition to your collection. At Der Rittmeister Militaria, we strive to bring you the best in spiked helmets, or pickelhauben (plural for pickelhaube), one of Imperial German Militaria’s most interesting areas for collecting.

It was the regiment to be so honored, since it saluted the first Kaiser, along with a nod from his grandson Wilhelm II.

This particular helmet does NOT have those rosettes.

The correct State’s and Reich’s kokarden are attached.

The helmet’s interior features a high-quality, light-brown leather sweatband, with an attached, ribbed, light-beige, silk liner.

The hardware is all original, with the exception of one nut that does not match.