Three World War One helmets. The first is a French Army M15 Adrian steel helmet made in 1915. This French helmet has had a few dents that have been either fixed in the field or after the war. Functioning leather chin strap with dry cracks in the leather. The French helmet on the rear has some over spray from another project, and light metal oxidation. The second is a WW1 German M16 Stelhelm helmet that has post war camo paint. This German helmet is proofed with “BF 62” which means the helmet was made by F.C. Bellinger Fulda in size 62. The dome code in the German helmet is “R466” which means Stahlwerk Rochling Volkingen, this is the rolling mill the helmet steel came from in Germany. The third is a American U.S. P17 helmet that has been repainted at some point with camouflage. The helmet has a complete head liner and strap. The leather headliner and strap are dry with light cracking. The helmet has scuffs, scratches and metal oxidation throughout.