Well worn early M35 double decal helmet which received a sprayed green and brown camo paint later in war. This type of camo is typical for being added during the battles of Normandy in 1944.
The shell is EF64 marked. It comes the original rivets and liner. The liner is named. Two flaps are missing. The rest of the leather is still flexible. The long side of the chin strap is broken. Most of it is missing.
The eagle decal is still about 75% and partially covered with green camo paint. The national shield is about 50%. About 50% of the original camo paint is still present. Blue factory paint and some rust to the rest of the shell. Most of the brown color is actually camo paint, not rust! Pictures might misleading.