WE BUY ANTIQUE A SCHRADER'S SON VINTAGE DIVING HELMETS!
Who buys A. Schrader's Son antique diving helmets? The Nation’s Attic has a very safe and easy way to buy these old diving helmets. Fortunately, we represent serious collectors from around the world and this 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 also pay for and handle the shipping of the helmet.
A. Schrader started making diving helmets during the mid 19th Century in New York. By the end of the century their name had changed to A. Schrader & Son in New York. During this time numerous types and styles of diving helmets were being made along with other diving related equipment. The company modified their name slightly to A. Schrader's Son during the beginning of the 20th Century. Not long after this change there was another slight name change, which was A. Schrader's Son Inc. During World War 2 and slightly before, the company became a division of the Scovill Manufacturing Company. After the war the company was bought and was then renamed Craftsweld Commercial Helmet. If you have a helmet that was made by any of the incarnations of the A. Schrader Company, 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
No matter where in the world you are located, the Nation’s Attic is a buyer of A. Schrader's Son antique diving helmets. We represent collectors from around the world and this gives us the opportunity to make immediate offers on just about any old Schrader hard hat. We make the transaction very safe and easy and we also pay for and handle the shipping! All we need to make you an offer are clear photos of the helmet. Simply text photos to 316-371-1828 or email them to email@example.com .
In addition to the antique A Schrader's Son deep sea 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.