Imperial Italic helmet 'D' type Mainz

Very authentic replica after a find in Mainz (Germany). Steel base with ornate brass mounts that symbolize a Temple and Eagle. Comes with a padded cotton cap.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 149

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  • Product No: 9534

Imperial Italic helmet 'D' type Mainz, steel and brass

Age determination: second half of the 1st century AD.

  • Suitable for head circumference up to 60 cm.
  • Longitudinal size (back of the head to forehead): approx. 20.5 cm
  • Cross size (ear to ear): approx. 20.5 cm
  • Weight: 2 kg

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