Photo Gallery IV

This chapter presents two camouflage helmets with close-up pictures.

 

 

M40 Q62. Mustard yellow base with green and brown sprayed on top in patterns.

Picture of the front right side.

Right side of the M40.

Front view.

View from the right rear.

Rear view.

The liner of the M40.

Close-up of the vent hole. Typical Quist design.

Close-up picture of one of the rivet heads.

Another close-up picture of one of the rivet heads.

M40 ET64 with sprayed light and dark green in patterns over the surface. Before spraying the helmet received a form of running plasterwork, a unique camouflage scheme. Notice the traces of a former wire attachment. There are at least 4 other known examples in collections in Norway with the same plasterwork pattern, but with different colors.

Right side view. Notice the traces after wire attachment.

Picture of the front left side.

Front view.

Picture of the front right side.

Rear view.

The liner of the M40.

Close-up picture of the rear rivet head. The rivet has almost lost all paint.

Another close-up of one of the rivet heads.

Close-up picture of oe of the vent holes.

Close-up picture of the plasterwork.