Donald is seen working as a guard in the Duckburg Museum (as also in " Lost in the Andes! "), but he finds his duties unsatisfying. The relics of the glorious past in the halls of the museum are all but forgotten, as the crowds are more interested in the butterfly, lace and tatting collections. Donald laments his luck for being stuck there while he thirsts for adventure like the Vikings.

Donald's wish is soon answered when he becomes involved in a relic hunt of great importance. According to an old Viking saga and a map discovered in the museum, Olaf the Blue, a Viking explorer, had reached the coast of North America in the early 10th century and had claimed this land as his property — a claim that was indeed valid according to an international treaty drafted in 792 during the reign of Charlemagne. Accompanied by his attorney Lawyer Sharky, Azure Blue, a man who claims to be Olaf's distant descendant, sets out to find the evidence that his ancestor left behind as proof of his claim — a Golden Helmet, whose possessor will become owner of North America.

The museum's director enlists Donald and his nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, in a rival attempt to find the helmet first. Its location is estimated to be somewhere on the coast of Labrador . During their search, both rival expeditions lose all modern equipment, and by the time they find the helmet they must try to reach Labrador's coast traveling like the Vikings did. This is the least of their problems as the helmet changes hands between Azure Blue, the museum's director, Donald and Lawyer Sharky.

" The Golden Helmet " is a 32-page funny animal comic book adventure story written, drawn, and lettered by Carl Barks . The story was first published in Four Color #408 (July 1952) with a cover by Barks and three Barks gag stories starring the Ducks: "Full-Service Windows", "Rigged-Up Lawn Roller", and "Awash in Success". "The Golden Helmet", the cover, and the gag stories have been reprinted many times. Donald Duck and his nephews hunt for a Viking helmet that gives the possessor legal claim to North America .

Donald is seen working as a guard in the Duckburg Museum (as also in " Lost in the Andes! "), but he finds his duties unsatisfying. The relics of the glorious past in the halls of the museum are all but forgotten, as the crowds are more interested in the butterfly, lace and tatting collections. Donald laments his luck for being stuck there while he thirsts for adventure like the Vikings .

Donald's wish is soon answered when he becomes involved in a relic hunt of great importance. According to an old Viking saga and a map discovered in the museum, Olaf the Blue, a Viking explorer, had reached the coast of North America in the early 10th century and had claimed this land as his property — a claim that was indeed valid according to an international treaty drafted in 792 during the reign of Charlemagne . Accompanied by his attorney Lawyer Sharky , Azure Blue , a man who claims to be Olaf's distant descendant, sets out to find the evidence that his ancestor left behind as proof of his claim — a Golden Helmet, whose possessor will become owner of North America.

Golden Helmets are frequently found as loot in dungeons or dropped by mobs.  If the helmet is undamaged, it can be melted down into 5 gold ingots in the Smeltery  or disassembled with an Uncrafting Table .

The subject of this article has never been given an official name. Until one is revealed, this conjectural title will be used.

A notable golden helmet is a mystical object from the collection of Jasper Winters . It is recounted as being a dangerous artifact by John Constantine .

At some point in time Jasper Winters acquired the helmet for unknown purposes, among other significant mystical artifacts. It was storaged in his millhouse .

Donald is seen working as a guard in the Duckburg Museum (as also in " Lost in the Andes! "), but he finds his duties unsatisfying. The relics of the glorious past in the halls of the museum are all but forgotten, as the crowds are more interested in the butterfly, lace and tatting collections. Donald laments his luck for being stuck there while he thirsts for adventure like the Vikings.

Donald's wish is soon answered when he becomes involved in a relic hunt of great importance. According to an old Viking saga and a map discovered in the museum, Olaf the Blue, a Viking explorer, had reached the coast of North America in the early 10th century and had claimed this land as his property — a claim that was indeed valid according to an international treaty drafted in 792 during the reign of Charlemagne. Accompanied by his attorney Lawyer Sharky, Azure Blue, a man who claims to be Olaf's distant descendant, sets out to find the evidence that his ancestor left behind as proof of his claim — a Golden Helmet, whose possessor will become owner of North America.

The museum's director enlists Donald and his nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, in a rival attempt to find the helmet first. Its location is estimated to be somewhere on the coast of Labrador . During their search, both rival expeditions lose all modern equipment, and by the time they find the helmet they must try to reach Labrador's coast traveling like the Vikings did. This is the least of their problems as the helmet changes hands between Azure Blue, the museum's director, Donald and Lawyer Sharky.

" The Golden Helmet " is a 32-page funny animal comic book adventure story written, drawn, and lettered by Carl Barks . The story was first published in Four Color #408 (July 1952) with a cover by Barks and three Barks gag stories starring the Ducks: "Full-Service Windows", "Rigged-Up Lawn Roller", and "Awash in Success". "The Golden Helmet", the cover, and the gag stories have been reprinted many times. Donald Duck and his nephews hunt for a Viking helmet that gives the possessor legal claim to North America .

Donald is seen working as a guard in the Duckburg Museum (as also in " Lost in the Andes! "), but he finds his duties unsatisfying. The relics of the glorious past in the halls of the museum are all but forgotten, as the crowds are more interested in the butterfly, lace and tatting collections. Donald laments his luck for being stuck there while he thirsts for adventure like the Vikings .

Donald's wish is soon answered when he becomes involved in a relic hunt of great importance. According to an old Viking saga and a map discovered in the museum, Olaf the Blue, a Viking explorer, had reached the coast of North America in the early 10th century and had claimed this land as his property — a claim that was indeed valid according to an international treaty drafted in 792 during the reign of Charlemagne . Accompanied by his attorney Lawyer Sharky , Azure Blue , a man who claims to be Olaf's distant descendant, sets out to find the evidence that his ancestor left behind as proof of his claim — a Golden Helmet, whose possessor will become owner of North America.

Donald is seen working as a guard in the Duckburg Museum (as also in " Lost in the Andes! "), but he finds his duties unsatisfying. The relics of the glorious past in the halls of the museum are all but forgotten, as the crowds are more interested in the butterfly, lace and tatting collections. Donald laments his luck for being stuck there while he thirsts for adventure like the Vikings.

Donald's wish is soon answered when he becomes involved in a relic hunt of great importance. According to an old Viking saga and a map discovered in the museum, Olaf the Blue, a Viking explorer, had reached the coast of North America in the early 10th century and had claimed this land as his property — a claim that was indeed valid according to an international treaty drafted in 792 during the reign of Charlemagne. Accompanied by his attorney Lawyer Sharky, Azure Blue, a man who claims to be Olaf's distant descendant, sets out to find the evidence that his ancestor left behind as proof of his claim — a Golden Helmet, whose possessor will become owner of North America.

The museum's director enlists Donald and his nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, in a rival attempt to find the helmet first. Its location is estimated to be somewhere on the coast of Labrador . During their search, both rival expeditions lose all modern equipment, and by the time they find the helmet they must try to reach Labrador's coast traveling like the Vikings did. This is the least of their problems as the helmet changes hands between Azure Blue, the museum's director, Donald and Lawyer Sharky.

" The Golden Helmet " is a 32-page funny animal comic book adventure story written, drawn, and lettered by Carl Barks . The story was first published in Four Color #408 (July 1952) with a cover by Barks and three Barks gag stories starring the Ducks: "Full-Service Windows", "Rigged-Up Lawn Roller", and "Awash in Success". "The Golden Helmet", the cover, and the gag stories have been reprinted many times. Donald Duck and his nephews hunt for a Viking helmet that gives the possessor legal claim to North America .

Donald is seen working as a guard in the Duckburg Museum (as also in " Lost in the Andes! "), but he finds his duties unsatisfying. The relics of the glorious past in the halls of the museum are all but forgotten, as the crowds are more interested in the butterfly, lace and tatting collections. Donald laments his luck for being stuck there while he thirsts for adventure like the Vikings .

Donald's wish is soon answered when he becomes involved in a relic hunt of great importance. According to an old Viking saga and a map discovered in the museum, Olaf the Blue, a Viking explorer, had reached the coast of North America in the early 10th century and had claimed this land as his property — a claim that was indeed valid according to an international treaty drafted in 792 during the reign of Charlemagne . Accompanied by his attorney Lawyer Sharky , Azure Blue , a man who claims to be Olaf's distant descendant, sets out to find the evidence that his ancestor left behind as proof of his claim — a Golden Helmet, whose possessor will become owner of North America.

Golden Helmets are frequently found as loot in dungeons or dropped by mobs.  If the helmet is undamaged, it can be melted down into 5 gold ingots in the Smeltery  or disassembled with an Uncrafting Table .

Donald is seen working as a guard in the Duckburg Museum (as also in " Lost in the Andes! "), but he finds his duties unsatisfying. The relics of the glorious past in the halls of the museum are all but forgotten, as the crowds are more interested in the butterfly, lace and tatting collections. Donald laments his luck for being stuck there while he thirsts for adventure like the Vikings.

Donald's wish is soon answered when he becomes involved in a relic hunt of great importance. According to an old Viking saga and a map discovered in the museum, Olaf the Blue, a Viking explorer, had reached the coast of North America in the early 10th century and had claimed this land as his property — a claim that was indeed valid according to an international treaty drafted in 792 during the reign of Charlemagne. Accompanied by his attorney Lawyer Sharky, Azure Blue, a man who claims to be Olaf's distant descendant, sets out to find the evidence that his ancestor left behind as proof of his claim — a Golden Helmet, whose possessor will become owner of North America.

The museum's director enlists Donald and his nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, in a rival attempt to find the helmet first. Its location is estimated to be somewhere on the coast of Labrador . During their search, both rival expeditions lose all modern equipment, and by the time they find the helmet they must try to reach Labrador's coast traveling like the Vikings did. This is the least of their problems as the helmet changes hands between Azure Blue, the museum's director, Donald and Lawyer Sharky.

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