ITEM: H105- German
Heer M35 Combat Helmet
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An early German Heer or Army M1935 combat
helmet by Sachsische Emaillier und
Stanzwerke ( SE62 ). Early heavy duty
construction with the separate air vent
clearly evident, the helmet is in average
condition considering it's age, with light
pitting in places but also with much of the
original textured finish also evident. The
original green paint has darkened to the
point of only becoming apparent in natural
daylight or under the correct lighting. The
liner has been roughly detached or removed
from the liner band leaving only the rim of
the liner in place behind the band. The
helmet strap has long gone and much of the
decal has disappeared although it is still
clear enough to identify the helmet
designation. It has toned to a rich Golden
colour more typical of a Kriegsmarine decal
although I suspect that this is purely down
to ageing and exterior exposure etc.
The original paint finish is more evident on the interior rim which has
been somewhat protected over the years and
although worn, I have made this helmet
sound much worse than it actually displays.
The sizing stamp on the inner helmet skirt is hard to read and the size is
not conclusive although the helmet itself is
small ( SE6? ), a nice original early M35
was £395 now ** £325
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