Brass holder for plumes with metal frames, straight (Optio Crista)

The square piece, which is attached to the flap riveted to the helmet, is approx. 5-6 mm square. Since every helmet is slightly different, you should expect to have to rework (file, bend) the plume holder to fit well. Please note: This holder is for plumes with metal frames. We have similar holders with broader fork for the wooden framed plumes.

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Brass holder for plumes with metal frames, straight (Optio Crista)

This plume holder is suitable a.o. for three Roman helmets of the brand Deepeeka:

  1. Imperial Gallic 'H' (Augsburg), Item number: 1716605301
  2. Imperial Gallic 'G' (Weisenau), Item number: 1716605201
  3. Imperial Gallic 'F' (Besançon), Item number: 1716631501

It is used to attach the plume straight from back to front, as was customary for the Roman Optio soldier.

  • Overall length: 9cm
  • Fork spacing: 1.5 cm
  • Made of brass

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