Churburg style Bascinet

This bascinet is dated in the time between the years 1360 and 1390 and is known as Churburg Bascinet No. 13. It is one of the most iconic exhibits in the Churburg castle besides the Milanese armor.

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Churburg style Bascinet

Our version is simplified in some details and allows thus further customization. The helmet consist of the helmet bowl and a flap-up visor with removable pin fixation for quick taking apart. The border of the helmet bowl is embedded with vervelles for an easy attaching of an aventail.

Specifications:

  • This Churburg-style-Bascinet is made from rusting steel plate plate with gauge of approx. 1,6mm.
  • It is made for a head perimeter of about 63 - 64 cm
  • Delivery incl. leather chin strap
  • A mail aventail is not included.

Made by Marshal Historical

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