MILLER DUNN DIVING HELMETS WE BUY!
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WE BUY ANTIQUE MILLER DUNN VINTAGE DIVING HELMETS!
Who buys Miller Dunn antique diving helmets? The Nation’s Attic buys Miller Dunn diving helmets. We represent collectors from around the world and this gives us the opportunity to make immediate offers on the old hard hats. We strive to make the transaction very easy and safe no matter where you are located in the world and we also pay for and handle the shipping.
Miller Dunn was based in Miami, Florida. The company was known for making shallow water helmets during the first half of the 20th Century. Their first helmet was simply called the Divinhood. This shallow water helmet is relatively simple in construction with one round window in the front. Miller Dunn would improve upon this model with the Divinhood Style 2 helmet. Also a shallow water model, this helmet used two angled pieces of glass on the front. The peak of production would be the Divinhood Style 3. These were made in large numbers during World War 2 for the US Navy. Also during World War 2 Miller Dunn made the US Navy Mark V helmet. The Mark V is a deep water helmet and was the only deep water model Miller Dunn made. Miller Dunn also produced a small air pump in larger numbers as well. The helmets would come in a wood crate with the helmet, air pump and hose for a complete diving kit. If you have a helmet that was made by Miller Dunn, please let us know, you might be surprised just how much we can pay!
Call or Text 316-371-1828 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Nation’s Attic is a buyer of Miller Dunn Co antique diving helmets. All we need to make you an offer are clear photos of the Miller Dunn Divinhood or Mark V diving helmet. Simply text photos to 316-371-1828 or email them to email@example.com.
In addition to Miller Dunn helmets we are also interested in purchasing related tools and equipment. Items such as diving knives, boots, weight belts, suits, original ships helmet boxes, underwater lights, brass valves and gauges, air pumps, photos and anything else that is nautical related.