Here we have a combat worn example of a Single Decal M35 Navy Helmet. The shell is constructed out of a stamped piece of steel sheet metal that has been green textured pained. The shell has a folded over edge, separately inserted air vents and three split rivets. The interior has an early aluminum liner with spring steel strips, and two square rings. The blackened leather liner remains completely intact. The stitching and draw string are lost to time. The shell shows oxidization pitting/spotting throughout. It continues to retain 75% of its paint, which is glossy and almost in a camo style. The single gold and black Kreigsmarine decal is excellent! 85% intact! The chinstrap looks great remaining completely intact and is maker marked "Luttringhausen & Co. Klon 1940". The steel buckle works well. The helmet is serial marked "4644" to the back and is also maker marked and sized "ET64" (Eisenhuttenwerk, Thale). A desirable early Navy Helmet!
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