Miller Dunn Divinhood Style 3 - World War 2 - Restored
Here is a rare opportunity to own a freshly polished with brand new glass and lead weights World War 2 helmet! This helmet was made by Miller Dunn in Miami, FL and is called the Style 3 Divinhood. This type of helmet was used a lot of shallow areas like docks where men needed to work on ships in depths under 65 feet. Next to the Mark V, this helmet was used by the US Navy in lots of shallow water missions during the 1940’s.We spent a lot of time in fully polishing this helmet top to bottom. All of the brass and copper were buffed to a high shine. All of the old glass was replaced with brand new. The brass guards and screws were removed, polished by hand and reinstalled. The hardware for the lead weights were polished and the weights themselves cleaned. We have lots more high resolution photos of this helmet available to email, just ask. firstname.lastname@example.org or call / test 316-371-1828
Restored Miller Dunn Helmet Pump 1940s!
During the 1940s Miller Dunn offered these easy to use two cylinder air pumps for their
shallow water helmets. The cylinders have a piston inside that push air out into a hose that
easily hooks up to any style of Miller Dunn shallow water Divinhood Style 1, 2 or 3.
We took the pump 100% apart for a full restoration. The two cylinders were fully polished to a
high shine. The copper and brass look amazing! We installed a new black rubber hose
between the two cylinders. The frame of the pump is cast iron and has been painted with a
very durable black hammertone paint. All new brass cotter pins were installed on the polished
brass pins holding the moving parts together.
We also installed a brand new steel handle shaft with correctly made wood handle. The
handles are always missing on these pumps so we made a limited run of them. This pump
Just in is a beautiful modern day and ready to use Gorski G2000ss commercial diving helmet. This specific helmet was made in 2009 and is near mint condition! These helmets are a very expensive piece of equipment when purchased new from Gorski. This helmet is quite collectible based on it’s beautiful appearance but is also ready to be used as a working helmet as well. We have this one priced well below retail! Please email us for additional photos and details!
Deep Water Diving Boots - Mark V Style - DESCO
Just in is a pair of diving boots made by DESCO. These boots are the style used with the Navy Mark V jake. The boots are in excellent condition and have the DESCO name and information stamed on the toe of each boot. They are perfect for display with a helmet or if you need a pair to use, they are ready to go!
US Navy Mark V Diving Helmet - DESCO November 1943!
Coming in the first week of May is a great vintage DESCO US Navy Mark V helmet. This helmet is complete and dated November 1943! We will have much more information and photos posted soon before it arrives. Make sure and join our client contact list to be updated via email about helmets like email@example.com / 316-371-1828
DESCO US Navy Mark V Helium Gas Helmet!
Wow, that is what most people say when they see one of these amazing helmets! This is a US Navy Mark V Helium / Oxygen mixed gas helmet. These were made in very limited numbers and are quite rare today. This specific helmet is in amazing condition, only used a few times it appears. Almost 100% of the tinning is present. The original canister is still present and mounted to the back of the helmet. Every detail about this helmet is original making it a very special example. If you collect Mark V helmets this one is the top of the want list for almost everyone!
Siebe Gorman Submarine Engineers Diving Helmet!
Probably the most recognizable style of helmet in the world is the classic English made Siebe
Gorman diving helmet. These were used by militaries around the world and by commercial
divers as well.
This helmet is in great condition with just the right amount of patina. All the brails and 12 wing nuts are present and original to the helmet. The glass is all in good condition and the original fittings are present as well. There is one knob on the front window missing. With just minor working dents on the top of the helmet, this example is perfect for display. It would make a magnificent gift or addition to any collection!