Barbuta, years 1450-1520

This Barbuta replicates a 15th century helmet that was popular throughout Europe. Bearing a strong resemblance to the helmets of the ancient Corinthians, the Barbuta (or Barbute) was found not only with the facial cut-out-shape shown in our model but with a T-shaped cut-out (no nasal) and with an open-faced rectangular cut-out. Designed as a helmet for regular infantry, it fitted closely to the skull and nape of the neck and the sides almost touched the shoulders, providing very good protection.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 147

Available in approx. 16 Weeks after Order

Price of the selection: 147
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M pcs (1 pcs In stock)

Barbuta, years 1450-1520


  • head perimeter approx. 61-62 cm
  • inside textile liner
  • Gauge of plate approx. 16 | 1,5 mm
  • Made by Marshal Historical

Size M = 60~61 cm head perimeter
Size L = 63~64 cm head perimeter

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15.1.2015 18:15

Zarko Milosic


Great item top quality :)

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