WWII German M40 helmet re-issued by Norway. Helmet unaltered from original German Rivet holes.Norwegians modifed many of the helmets to fit their liners means they drilled extra holes beyond the original three from the German factory. Offering a WWII German M40 helmet made at theEisen-und Huttenwerke, AG Thale/Harz plant during WWII. This helmet was used by the Norwegian Army post war and has their national emblem factory installed decals on both sides (double decal). The markings for theEisen-und Huttenwerke (ET) are pictured on the inside of the neck guard rightside ET66. ET is the plant designation and the size is 66cm. The rear centered inside of the brim has the marking 318 for the lot number. This helmet has original paint and has not been tampered with.
It does not have liner. It has the original three split-rivet holes showing it was not modified for Norwegian liners. There is evidence of a piece of a national emblem decal partially on the front right side of the helmet also original to the Norwegian production/reuse of these German helmets. Additional history of these helmets can befound at his link.
The item "WWII German M40 helmet used by Norway untampered with Marked ET66" is in sale since Tuesday, September 1, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Reproductions\Germany". The seller is "historycollector65" and is located in O'Fallon, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.