Helmets

 


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BH4200 Germanic Spangenhelmet, circa 500 AD

BH4200 Germanic Spangenhelmet, circa 500 AD

Germanic Spangenhelmet, circa 500 AD This replica follows a germanic spangenhelmet from about 500 AD. The pointed helmet top as well as nasal and jowl flaps are typical for this era. A very comfortable adjustable leather lining with chin strap and buckle is included. Battle suitability is enhanced by the overlapping spangen (Banding) Details - suitable for head circumference up to 59 cm - suitable for head circumference of up to 62 cm if you...
£102.00

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BH4900 Helmet stand

BH4900 Helmet stand

Wooden helmet stand with round basement This helmet stand is made of three wooden parts which screw in. Material: brown laquered Wood Diameter of the base-plate: approx. 19.5 cm Height: approx. 36 cm Weight: approx. 700g
£15.00

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BH7000 Beowulf Spectacle Helm

BH7000 Beowulf Spectacle Helm

Beowulf Spectacle Helm Spectical helmet in style of early medieval times, as worn by Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. It is featured with brass fittings and is completed with an aventail from non-riveted chain mail weave and two cheek-pieces. The helmet has an adjustable liner with solid chin strap from leather and a brass buckle. Details:Material thickness: 1.2 mm steel Chain mail weave from tinned, 1.6 mm strong rings from steel, inner diameter...
£95.00

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BH7500 Auxiliary cavalry A

BH7500 Auxiliary cavalry A

Auxiliary cavalry A This roman cavalry helmet appeared around the beginning of the imperial era. This reconstruction is based on a helmet crown found in Northwich (Cheshire / UK) and jowl flaps fournd in Gloucester. This replica bears lovely hallmarking, probably of a curly haired youth. The ornamentation on the jowl flaps depict Neptune. Details - includes padded cotton cap - suitable for head circumference up to 60 cm - long distance (back to...
£225.00

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