The overall patina (of the helmet) seems fine, and although the disruptive pattern of the camouflage follows known examples of the so-called 'Hadrian's Wall' pattern, the colour appears to be of the wrong shade. (See the reference book on these helmets - and others... 'Goldie's Great Helmets of WW11.' The serrated edge of the sellotape is another area of concern for me. I'm not sure if tape dispensers of that period were using that type of blade. I would rather see the helmet in hand before I pass judgement on this one. But I dare say some clown will come along and remove the camo, shilling, and badge - and totally ruin it.