Outstanding Heer Normandy Camo HelmetSKU: Mhhc11
Here is a classic example of a Heer M40 Normandy style Camouflage helmet. The shell is a Q62, with essentially a full camo finish and fine condition original untouched liner. The pigskin strap is separated in two but all present. There is a tongue missing from the liner. The outer finish is ordinance tan, grass green and brick red, the basic ‘assault scheme’ for German armored vehicles during the Normandy campaign. The camo finish is sprayer applied, likely by the same tools used to paint the tanks. No decal is visible through the paint, but the photo suggests some scrape areas where one potentially existed prior to application of the camo. All in all a nice clean example of a Heer combat camo helmet. COA accompanies.