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Article about: Thanks to member Sykes I have added helmet number 5 to my collection This nice M35 SE62 4805 A bit of a fragile liner but a good honest lid. Nick

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    Thanks to member Sykes I have added helmet number 5 to my collection

    This nice M35 SE62 4805

    A bit of a fragile liner but a good honest lid.


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    A replaced liner.
    The chinstrap bails should have squared corners not rounded.

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    Quote by SteveR View Post
    A replaced liner.
    The chinstrap bails should have squared corners not rounded.
    It's possible that the helmet received a M40 specs liner at the end of 1939 just before the M40 shell was produced.
    I had a DD Luft M35 with a M40 specs liner aswell and that one to was Original to the helmet.

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    Hi, a nice KM M35 Nick, even if the liner was replaced it looks period done and in keeping with the condition of the shell to me. Leon.
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    This helmet looks to be a 1940 produced SE Kriegsmarine M35 with steel liner.

    The steel liner looks to be a B&C - 1940 ?
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    Quote by SteveR View Post
    A replaced liner.
    The chinstrap bails should have squared corners not rounded.
    Hi Steve, Late run M35 SE's were factory issued as single decal helmets and were fitted with zinc/steel banded liners. This falls within the lot number range for single decal SE KM's, but I checked the GHWII lot number data base and there is just one listed with this lot number, and it is a SD Heer. We know that often helmets from the same lot were issued to different branches, so just because the other is a Heer doesn't rule out the possibility that this one is KM, and to me the decal on this one looks like a KM to me, but better close up pictures are needed to be sure. By the way, this morning I posted a factory issued SD KM - an SE66 with lot number 4934 - and mine has a zinc/steel banded liner with rounded bales as well. I hadn't seen this thread until now, but when I saw it I thought I could clear up the issue with respect to the steel line in this one. Best regards, Jim G.

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