German WWII M35 Double Decal SS Helmet- This is an early example with the parade style apple green smooth textured paint which remains 85% intact. At some point, there appears to have been some type of decal or sticker on the front of this helmet, as you can see in the photos. It also appears that the party shield, which remains 80% in place, may have also been covered by something, as there are slight remnants of tape. The SS runic shield has taken on a nice tone and it remains 80% intact. Both decals are textbook example “ET” produced and found on pre-1940 examples. The size 57 leather liner has its original drawstring and is dirty but intact with no damage or repairs. The side of the interior of the shell is marked “ET 64” for the maker and the shell size. The batch number in the rear of the skirt is “4350.” The original owner’s rank and name are clearly written in the rear of the skirt. This is for an SS “Hauptscharführer R. Köhler.” Overall, very good condition.