A very rare M35 Heer double decal helmet. Early prewar example around 1936/37 in "apple-green" color.
An untouched example named to a soldier called "Brünner" to the inside with pencil. It comes with its originally attached lining in size 57 and the original liner cord.
The prongs of the rivets are absolutely flat which proofs that the liner was never taken out. The shell comes with a barely readably dome stamp as early examples should feature. The chin strap is marked but hard to read. There is a "64" ink stamp to the reverse of the helmet (inside).
Original factory "apple-green" color to the outside. Light rust. Both decals are in fantastic condition and easily over 95%. The eagle decal is nearly 100%.
A fantastic example which will be very hard to upgrade.