WWII German Model 1942 White Wash Camouflage Helmet-Unquestionably the finest example of this style helmet I have ever owned or encountered. The white wash camouflage finish is thick and mostly intact over approximately 90% of the exterior. There is also a neat thumb print under the brim which is very appealing. The side of the interior is lightly stamped EF 64 indicating production by Emaillerwerke of Fulda in the size of 64. The rear skirt is stamped with the lot number 1961. The liner has moderate scuffing around the edges and one tongue is torn at the top with a piece missing and another has a small tear. The rest of the size stamped 57 liner is fine with the original drawstring. There is some discoloration mostly at the forehead area. There is a washer missing from the rear rivet but it has been gone for a long time! According to noted collector Doug Buhler, who I purchased this from originally, it came from the prestigious collection of John Burnett after he passed. This is complete with a nicely marked and dated 1941 black leather chinstrap. Top shelf!