Headgear (other than visor hats)
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M 1936 steel helmet, dated 1937. Nicely marked with original manufacturer's stamps and date. A great example with 2nd pattern replacement liner and original paint with clearly visible red star. About Russian size 58 (US 7¼).
"Leningrad" Steel Helmet, 1942-43. One of the few ersatz models produced in Leningrad for the needs of its garrison and civil defense forces during the siege, while the city was almost completely cut-off from outside supplies. This very interesting and uncommon piece resembles an M36 helmet but features simplified construction and is made of cheaper materials. In very good to excellent condition, apparently never worn and showing only storage wear.
M 1940 steel helmet (SSh-40), dated 1950. A nicely marked early post-WW2 / Korean War era example in very good condition. Comes complete with original liner and chinstrap.
Army enlisted man side cap, dated 1964. In olive drab "salt and pepper" cotton virtually indistinguishable from the fabric used in WW2. Size 53 (small). Excellent unissued condition.
Army enlisted man Pilotka Side Cap, in olive drab COTTON, 1970s - late 80s, size 59. Nicely marked and dated. In excellent unissued condition, shows storage age only.
Army enlisted man Pilotka Side Cap, in olive drab COTTON, late 1980s, size 56. Nicely marked and dated. In excellent unissued condition, shows storage age only.
Army field cap in olive drab cotton material, dated 1990. This model was widely used by Soviet servicemen in Afghanistan. Size 53 . In mint unissued condition.
Army field cap in olive drab cotton material, dated 1988. This model was widely used by Soviet servicemen in Afghanistan. Size 55 (US 6 7/8, Small). In mint unissued condition.
M 1943 colonel's papakha winter fur cap, circa late 1940s- early 1950s. Scarce WW2 model in very good to excellent condition. Approx. size 56 (US size 7.)
Female Military officer fur cap, dated 1986. Made in fine quality astrakhan lamb fur. This very uncommon model was used until the change in uniform regulations in 1988. In excellent condition.
"Generic" Navy Cap Tally for a "Donald Duck" Beskozyrka Cap, 1970s-80s. Cap tallies of this type were worn by sailors on honor guard detail, staff of the naval headquarters or other special duties which meant that they reported directly to the central command of the Soviet Navy.
Baltic Fleet Cap Tally for a sailor's "Donald Duck" Beskozyrka cap, 1970s-80s.
Black Sea Fleet Cap Tally for a sailor's "Donald Duck" Beskozyrka cap. This scarce model was used before the honorific title of "Order of the Red Banner" was added to the name of the fleet in 1965. In excellent condition.
Highest Military Political School (VPU), Cap Tally for a "Donald Duck" Beskozyrka Cap of an Officer Cadet, 1970s-80s.
Nakhimov Highest Naval School, Cap Tally for a "Donald Duck" Beskozyrka Cap of an Officer Cadet, 1970s-80s.
Air Force pilot heavy weight leather helmet, circa 1930s- early 40s. In black leather, with short flaps and fur liner. Approximate size 58. In good, solid condition with wear throughout and some losses to the fur on the interior, but still sound and presentable.
Paratrooper Hemet, dated 1953. The first post-war model of the Airborne Spetznaz jump helmet in excellent unissued condition. Size 57.
Airborne Spetznaz soft helmet, winter type, dated 1988. Excellent unissued condition, size 58.
Soviet Aviator's Leather Flight Mask, dated 1941. A very unusual part of the pilot's kit designed for flying in unheated cockpit in cold weather. In near mint condition.
M 1972 Naval Infantry beret, dated 1978. A very scarce early example in excellent condition. Size 56 (small).
Summer weight camouflage beret in KLMK "computer pattern", design dates to late 1970s - mid 1980s. Elasticized -- one size fits between 56 and 58. Manufactured 1990.
Fireman's Steel Helmetfeaturing a front plate with the insignia and motto of the Soviet Fire Department, circa 1920s-30s, size 56-57.
Motorcycle Police helmet, circa early 1980s. An early model featuring straight lower edge of the Plexiglas visor and smaller knobs on the sides. Standard type used by the Soviet GAI Highway Patrol Motorcycle Police. Approx. size 58, in unissued near mint condition.