Chinstrap for German helmet M 35. Very soft condition, no markings, nice brown color with some traces of use. Aluminum parts. Early brownish black matte colored reverse, typical for chinstraps of early period. Very fat leather
Bolmann Tuttlingen helmet chinstrap, 1940. Very rare producer - Karl Bolmann in Tuttlingen. This famous maker is still producing different fashion leather items our days. Not standard type of leather. Practically unused condition.
Kriegsmarine Helmet Chinstrap, made by Carl Tesch Berlin 1937. Has Kriegsmarine Acceptance stamp with eagle and letter "M" under it. Very soft, many battles seen example. Extreamly rare variation with KM stamps!
WW2 German Rubber Ring, used to fix different camouflage elements on the helmet. This example was removed from dug up helmet. The ring itself in perfect condition with clear visible maker's markings on it. The rusty spots could be easy cleaned, but on our opinion it's looks better in uncleaned condition - more attractive! Factory made example, special issue to use with the helm...
German helmet liner Rb NR 0/0251/0111 marked, 1943 year dated. Size 68/61 marked ring, and the leather marked size 60, seems like a depot repaired liner. Some damage due of wear/use. Some surface rusting on the steel.