Here we have a beautiful German Model 1916 camouflaged steel trench helmet that is complete with liner and remains in excellent condition. The helmet shell is nicely camouflaged in a geometric pattern with black separator lines and consists of dark brown, green, and mustard brown color squares. The pattern is bold and presents an attractive looking scheme. There is no damage to the shell whatsoever. The interior skirt on the righthand side is stamped, “ET62” indicating manufacture by the Eisenhattenwerke firm in Thale. The rear interior skirt is ink stamped with a large number, “62”. The interior leather band is tightly held in place by the original factory installed split rivets. The three leather liner pads are present, pliable and have the original horse hair padding still in place. All the fingers are still present on the pads and remain undamaged. The original leather thong at the tips of the fingers is present in the dome. This is a beautiful looking helmet with a great deal of eye appeal that remains in original and untouched condition. An excellent example.