Helmets

 


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BH747 Roman Gallic 'G' Centurian Helmet

BH747 Roman Gallic 'G' Centurian Helmet

Originating in the Roman province of Gaul, the Roman Gallic Helmet was widely used from 50 to 150 CE. Made from 18 gauge this replica features a deep neck guard and broad cheek guards and comes complete with the red hair crest. This helmet is padded for the users comfort. The Helmet Stand is not included.
£132.00

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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...
£238.80

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BH8000 Italian Kettle Hat

BH8000 Italian Kettle Hat

This replica of an Italian Kettle Hat is hand forged from 1.6 mm steel. The original Italian Kettle Hat is dated to the year 1460. The Italian Kettle Hat was especially widespread among foot soldiers not only in Italy but also for example in Switzerland and southern Germany. The wide brim protects not only the head but also shoulders, chest and back of hazards that came from above, such as the arrow storms of late medieval archers. The brim and...
£90.00

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BH912 Great Helmet, William de Staunton, 1326 AD

BH912 Great Helmet, William de Staunton, 1326 AD

Battle Ready Great Helmet, William de Staunton, 1326 AD This helmet is a reconstruction of an image on a stone relief depicting William of Staunton, dated 1326 and displayed in in Staunton church, Norfolkshire, England. The "Great Helmet" was often worn over a smaller, lighter helmet (for example secret helmet). They helmets were common throughout Europe in the middle ages, and numerous contemporary images, miniatures and originals found in...
£108.00

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