Are there any German World War 2 Helmet decals featuring a horse on a yellow or orange background?
The US Army's 7th Cavalry has a horse with a yellow background and a diagonal black stripe.
It depends on what team's helmet you are reffering to. All NFL helmets have the following decals in the back: American flag, NFL logo and the manufacturer's safety warning decal that came with the helmet. Many teams also have the player's number on the back. The Dallas Cowboys have the last name of the player on the back of the helmet courtesy of a household labelmaker.
Step 1 Remove the chin straps for easier access to all parts of the helmet. Remove the facemask if you are going to replace it, otherwise it can stay on. Step 2 Clean the helmet thoroughly with dish soap, even if the helmet is new. Dry with a clean towel or rag. Step 3 Replace the facemask. Be sure the replacement mask is from the helmet's manufacturer, as most facemasks are designed to fit a…
It's a matter of semantics but vinyl stickers is a catch all term, whereas vinyl window decals are more specific and a subset of "vinyl stickers". Vinyl window decals are usually static cling and have a clear backing, or frosted background, though not always. It really depends on the item. In answer to your question, vinyl window decals are a type of vinyl stickers, just as apples are a type of fruit. Hope this helps.
I saw a motorcycle helmet not a bike with a samurai with a sword on it and can't find it and don't know who makes it this is something I saw online so it was a production helmet anyone have any ideas?
The emblems seen on WWW2 German helmets indicated the organisation to which the wearer belonged. There were numerous emblems -including those for the army (Heer), the navy (Kriegsmarine), the air force (Luftwaffe), the Waffen-SS, as well as the numerous other uniformed services. Although these emblems normally consisted of pairs, each of a different design, helmets are frequently seen with just one, or none. An internet search, under 'German Helmet Decals', should yield illustrations of these…