Stunning Heer Wire Camo Helmet
This is another fine specimen from an advanced European camouflage collector. It consists of an NS64 M40 Heer single decal helmet, #D233, that the soldier rigged in feldgrau paint-subdued copper wire to act as a camouflage method. The result, a stunning combat camo example. The liner system is the untouched original, and nicely soldier named. The heer adler is fine and bold. The helmet shows patina to the areas where the wire touches it, as well as overall patina from service use and age. There are areas of verdigris along parts of the wire, from the corrosion of the copper salts. Overall a very classic example of a fine wire camo helmet. COA accopanies.