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ON HOLD (kvh) Striking M35 Camo Helmet


This is a very sharp Heer M35 camouflage helmet, bearing a scheme of 3 colors: ordinance tan, brick red and grass green. The helmet is an SE66, #4734. The liner band is 1940 dated, with early style square tipped chinstrap bales–a feature of using up remaining M35 parts. The strap is 1939. The helmet therefore is a very early 1940 production, when M35 shells were still being used up. A near twin to this helmet is featured in Paul Martin’s books on camouflage helmets. A fine addition to the advanced camo collection. COA accompanies.


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