Nasal Helmet with conical bowl,13th century

After the Spangenhel fell in disuse, helmets like this one came into the warfare. Being know as conical or nasal helmets, these ones had a one piece skull protection. We can see plenty of miniatures that features these helmets, like the “never failing” Maziejowski Bible.

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Nasal Helmet with conical bowl from 13th century


  • Gauge of plate … helmet bowl … 16 / 1,6 mm
  • Gauge of plate … nasal … 14 / 2,0 mm
  • including inner liner from natural canvas
  • Made by Marshal Historical

The helmet is available in the following sizes

  • M ... head circumference approx. 24“ (60-61cm)
  • L ... head circumference approx. 25“ (63-64cm)

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21.1.2016 11:56

Stanislav Votýpka


Dokonalá práce, značky Marshall Hist. Luxusní provedení, pohodlné, naprosto autentické, schytal sem při prvním tréninku na 12 ran.. a všechny po helmě sklouzly na ramena, paráda

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