WW1 German M16 Battlefield Recovered Helmet from the Somme.
This super rare WW1 Battlefield Survivor was recovered from the Somme area, it has sustained battle damage that appears to have come from a sharpnel artillery shell.
It is in very solid condition especially considering it is over 100 years old.
It has been cleaned and treated with wax to preserve it.
Dont miss this one!
Battle of the Somme
The 1916 Somme offensive was one of the largest and bloodiest battles of the First World War (1914-18). The opening day of the attack, 1 July 1916, saw the British Army sustain 57,000 casualties, the bloodiest day in its history. The campaign finally ended in mid-November after an agonising five-month struggle that failed to secure a breakthrough.