WW2 Soviet SSH36 Helmet ink stamp - Size 4 - 1938
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The SSh (stal'noy shlem, or steel helmet) 36 was designed by Aleksandr A. Shvartz, and began production in 1936. Its large front rim and wide flares over the ears provided good protection for the wearer. The German M35, introduced a year before the Russian SSh-36, served as a model for the development of the SSh-36.
This ink stamp allows you to reproduce the acceptance stamp markings for a 1938 dated SSH36 Size 4 Helmet.