Stunning two-tone Luftwaffe camouflage helmet from St. Vith


Untouched M40 Luftwaffe camouflage helmet recently discovered in a attic in St. Vith, Belgium. The helmet features a nice two-tone camouflage pattern. Under the camouflage you can still see the Luftwaffe decal. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap that have never been removed from the helmet. The helmet is marked ET64 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale. As the helmet was a recent woodwork find in St. Vith, Belgium which was a key battle in the Battle of the Bulge. The helmet most probably belonged to a member of the 18. Volksgrenadier Division which mostly contained 18. Luftwaffe Felddivision and Kriegsmarine troops. The helmet has a nice patina overall and still retains dust and cobwebs between the shell and the liner. The helmet is a stunning untouched example only recently retrieved from the woodwork in the Belgian Ardennes. Very hard to upgrade!

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