Great helm Richard the Lionheart

The Three Lions Crest is a symbol of England: Richard the Lionheart (1189 - 1199) used the three golden lions (sometimes described as leopards) on their scarlet background as a powerful symbol of the English Throne during the time of the Crusades. The arms on the second Great Seal of King Richard I was used by his successors until 1340: three golden lions passant guardant, on a red field.

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Great helm Richard the Lionheart, painted

  • The stated price covers the painting on the helmet.
  • Weight approx. 2,80 kg

This helmet can be made to measure after your measurements ‘1a’ to ‘1j’ in this measurement chart.

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