Looks 100% correct to me. I like the different bolts, not uncommon with these later War FJ helmets. Jim G.
From what I can see in these photos, all the components look real. What I'm not sure about is if they are all original to this helmet. The liner looks much nicer and much less worn than the outside of the shell. Also, this bolt combination is most often seen on late war no decal helmets but you said this one is marked ET and it looks a little bit like there is a trace of a decal remaining on the left side. It would be helpful to know the lot number and to see close up pictures of the shell stampings, the liner, the straps, the decal area, the nuts.
Terry is the man when it comes to FJ helmets, I agree with what he says. Jim G.
Cheers guys di you know for any for sale or goid sites to buy as i am new to collecting ww2 german helmets
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