These brand new Miller Dunn pump handles are exclusively sold by Nations Attic. We had a limited run of these made after strong customer demand for them. These handles will fit theclassic Miller Dunn air pumps made for their shallow water helmets. The handles are hand made of solid steel with a solid oak handle. Steel shaft can be ordered with or without paint. These were made like the original, which are always missing from the pumps. Priced At $89 Unpainted / $99 Painted Delivered Within the Lower 48 United States.
1929 Morse 3 Light 12 Bolt Commercial Helmet!
Just in is a really nice all original and new to the market A.J. Morse commercial diving
helmet! This helmet was still attached to the old dried up canvas suit when it was found
by us! The helmet is a classic 1929 All SERIAL #’s matching example that is 100%
complete! It’s really a treat to find and handle helmets like this.
From our research on the serial numbers the helmet dates to 1929. The ID tag on the
front is quite clear and marked A.J. Morse & Son (Inc); Boston, Mass. U.S.A. Above the
tag on the neck ring of the breastplate and bonnet are the matching numbers 3137. The
brails are also stamped with the same number as well. The front brails have “front” on
them. The back brails have the A.J. Morse / Boston stamp on them.
All four brails are intact along with all 12 wing nuts. The bonnet can be easily removed
and installed on the breastplate and the old gasket is still present. There are no holes,
just a few small dents. The vents inside the bonnet are in great condition and all present.
There appears to be two small repairs on the back of the breastplate, like small holes
filled in. This really only evident from looking at the inside. The front window glass is
cracked, but not loose or fragile.
This helmet was found in New York state and is now ready to be part of your collection.
This is a no excuses beautiful original helmet with a wonderful patina. The helmet will
come with a serial numbered stamped card from Nation’s Attic as well.
Still In Original Shipping Crate w/ Pump, Hose, Etc!
Here is very rare opportunity to purchase not only a desirable smoke helmet, but one that is still in its original shipping crate complete with air pump, house and original tags! This find is very unique and probably belongs in a museum or top collection!Smoke helmets were used by fire fighters at the turn of the 19th Century. Most of them are long gone due to their rough use and limited numbers made. This helmet and equipment appear to have never been used, a real time capsule. Additional photos and information will be posted soon! Call / Text 316-371-1828 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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!
Rare US Navy Mark V Diving Helmet Chest!
This is a very interesting and original US Navy dive chest for the Mark V diving helmet. This type of chest would have contained a helmet and related equipment or even multiple helmets. This chest is original with the old “battleship gray” paint still on it. The chest could use a restoration as there is some rust. The original brass tag is still present on the front and reads; US NAVY STANDARD CHEST; FOR; MARK V, MOD 1; DIVING HELMETS; KEWANEE MANUFACTURING CO.This chest is steel and measures 37.5” long, 24” tall and 17-5/8” deep. The top half that opens doesn’t quite match up with the bottom right now due to some denting, but after a little work this would be a rare and interesting piece of US Navy equipment related to the Mark V diving helmet. Call / Text 316-371-1828 or email email@example.com
Vintage Deep Water Diving Boots!
Just in is a beautiful pair of unused deep water diving boots! These boots are the type used with the US Navy Mark V as well as others. They have the classic brass toe, lead bottom, leather straps and heal with heavy canvas body. The boots are in amazing condition with the white canvas looking almost new. There are no makers marks or names on them. If you are setting up a display or would like a new set of boots to use - you can’t go wrong with these!Call / Text 316-371-1828 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
1945 US Rubber Canvas Mark V Diving Dress!
Vintage diving dresses for the classic US Navy Mark V are getting difficult to find in good condition. Due to the high costs involved in making these heavy canvas and rubber suits, they are not made anymore. Finding nice vintage examples, like this one, is the best option for display purposes. This suit was just found and is in nice shape! It was made by the US Rubber Co. in June 1945, new old stock World War 2! The suit has some dust and was used. If you are setting up a “Jake” for display, this one would make a great choice! Make sure and join our client contact list to be updated via email about helmets like email@example.com or call / text 316-371-1828
Rare Alfred Hale Diving Helmet Circa 1903!
This helmet was just found in the basement of a building being demolished on
the east coast of the US last month. Helmets made by this early US maker are
always hard to find, especially in good condition.
This helmet has a oval tag on the front that says Alfred Hale Rubber Co; Boston,
MASS; USA. Around the turn of the 20th Century many people feel this company
was purchased or absorbed into the A.J. Morse company.
We did send this helmet into Morse for inspection and some restoration work.
They did confirm that this helmet was probably made by Morse but sold by Alfred
Hale. The tag on the front is quite unique and authentic. The helmet was missing
the 12 bolts, brails and wing nuts. Those parts were installed on this helmet to
make it complete again. This helmet is serial numbers matching on the bonnet
and breastplate! It certainly has a wonderful patina and is a rare example!