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DIVING HELMETS WE BUY!

WE BUY ANTIQUE DIVING HELMETS!

The Nation’s Attic buys the old hard hats and we represent serious collectors from around the world.  This fortunately allows us to make immediate offers on just about any vintage deep sea diving helmet. Regardless of where you are located in the world, we make the transaction very easy and safe. We also pay for and handle the shipping of the helmet.

Please call or text us today at 316-371-1828 or email helmets@nationsattic.com

 

Below we have the various types of antique diving helmets into categories. Please feel free to click on any of the specific antique diving helmet types for additional information. If you don't see the type of diving helmet you have, no worries, just email or text us photos (316-371-1828) and we will be ready to help!

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United State Navy
Mark V

Made for over 100 years, this is the most popular model of diving helmet we purchase.

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A.J. Morse / Morse Diving Equipment

For all of the 1800s & most of the 1900s this company was located in Boston, MA. We buy all types of helmets from this company.

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A. Schrader's Son

Located in NY,NY, and Brooklyn, NY primarily this companie's helmets are always in demand by our customers.

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DESCO

Diving Equipment & Salvage Co helmets started production at the beginning of WW2. Nations Attic always buys helmets made by this firm.

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Miller Dunn

Famous for the Divinhood shallow water helmets made in Miami, FL. They also made the USN Mark V during WWII, all of which we are strong buyers for.

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Alfred Hale

Located in Boston, MA, this company made helmets in the 1800s and into the 1900s. Sometimes called the Hale Rubber Company. We purchase all helmets made by Hale.

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John Date

John Date helmets were made in Montreal Canada during the 20th Century. We are top buyers for any helmets or related equipment from this company.

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Joe Savoie

Made during the late 1960s and 1970s, Savoie diving helmets were made with fiberglass shells or stainless steel. We buy all types of Joe Savoie helmets, regardless of condition.

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Siebe Gorman

Iconic company based in London England. Diving equipment was produced for over 150 years resulting in countless diving helmet styles, of which we buy all types.

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Yokohama

Yokohama Diving Apparatus Ltd. was a larger maker of diving helmets and related equipment in Japan. We are buyers of most helmets made by this Japanese company.

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Homemade

During the Great Depression in the USA it was not uncommon for individuals to make their own diving helmets from available materials. We do buy these unique creations.

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R Kirby

Stamped R. Kirby or simply Kirby, these helmets were made in Santa Barbara, CA for commercial divers. We buy all helmets made by Kirby.

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Russian Diving

We buy most copper and brass diving helmets made in Russian for the military or commercial uses.

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Modern Fiberglass

Diving helmets made in the 1970s and onwards are collectible and we do purchase them. Condition is an important factor for their value.

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Drager

German company still in business today. We buy vintage copper & brass Drager diving helmets in all configurations.

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Galeazzi

This company made diving equipment in Italy during the 1930s into the 21st Century. We purchase all diving helmets and other items made by Galeazzi.

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Dive Watches

Any diving-related watches from the 1950s into the 1990s we buy. Rolex, Omega, Tudor, Seiko, etc. Any condition working or non-working.

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Craftsweld

Craftsweld Equipment Corp was located in Long Island City, NY. They took over the production of Schrader helmets in the 1950s into the 1980s. We buy all helmets from this company.