A Second War M35 from 1937 Heer Single Decal Helmet. Painted in Second War with with liner is extremely rare, the manufacturer is Max Densow, he produced the smallest number of helmets inserts. Stamped, sheet steel construction helmet retains a greater than 90% of its original paint and looks like it may have had partially applied textured camo paint applied at one time too. The left side of the helmet has a Wehrmacht identified eagle shield decal featuring a silver eagle with down-swept wings, clutching a canted swastika in it's talons on a black shield shaped base.Two liner retaining rivets and both inserted ventilation bushings are all intact, one looks like it's being moved. The interior of the helmet has a size 58 tan leather liner with all eight fingers and the original tie string intact. The interior, reverse, neck guard apron has a stamped serial/lot number "3282". The interior, left side, apron is stamped with the manufacturer's code and size that appears to be, "ET66", indicating manufacture by Eisen-und Hüttenwerke, AG Thale/Harz, size 66. Nice helmet that saw soon period usage.