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M35 Heer double decal helmet, 1937, Q68, with Baden shield inside the steel skirt.
M35 Heer double decal helmet, 1938, Q64.
M35 Heer double decal helmet, 1939, NS64.
M35 Heer re-issue helmet, size 60 (smallest size) with factory seven tongue liner, EF60.
M35 Heer re-issue helmet, with original wartime applied camouflage net hooks, ET64.
M35 Luftwaffe "Tigerstripe" camouflage helmet.
M35 Luftwaffe "Normandy" camouflage helmet, ET64.
M40 Heer single decal helmet, SE62.
M40 Heer "DAK" camouflage helmet, brought home by Roy W. Brandau after intense fighting in Tunisia.
M40 Luftwaffe "DAK" camouflage helmet, Q64.
M40 Heer "Normandy" camouflage helmet.
M40 Heer "chicken wire" camouflage helmet.
M40 "Normandy" camouflage helmet.
M40 "Normandy" camouflage helmet named to "Lt. Rotter", Q64.
M40 "tropical" camouflage helmet, EF64.
M40 Luftwaffe "Normandy" camouflage helmet.
M42 Heer single decal helmet.
M42 Heer single decal helmet, ckl66.
M42 Waffen-SS battle damaged helmet.
M42 Heer single decal helmet, captured by Cecil Swiger, 101st Airborne, U.S. Army.
M42 Luftwaffe single decal helmet, NS64.
M42 "Normandy" camouflage helmet.
M42 Heer "Normandy" camouflaged helmet, captured by Clarence Sheldon Hill Jr., U.S. Army.
M42 Heer "ex-wire" camouflaged helmet.
M42 Kriegsmarine S-Boat camouflaged helmet with rack wear from the ships vibrations.
M42 Luftwaffe "chicken wire" camouflaged helmet.
M42 "Squad leader" helmet.
Late war final production Wehrmacht M42 helmet, NS64, taken directly from the factory by an allied soldier at wars end.
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