Klappvisor Bascinet 14th - 15th Century

This type of centrally mounted visor on the hinge was popular in Germany and northern Italy in the 14th century. However, this attachment of visors also occurs on other helmets of the 15th century. The visor plate is shaped so that the blade blows slide on it so that the helmet does not have to absorb the full kinetic energy of the stroke. More information...

€133,00 excl. VAT
In stock 19 pcs
Item physically stored in our Warehouse in Kadan
, dispatch on 20-May-2024
Item number: 10956

Klappvisor Bascinet 14th - 15th Century

  • Material thickness approx. 1.6mm = 16 gauge steel
  • Thick textile lining
  • Total height of about 28cm
  • Width from side to side approximately 180mm
  • The peepholes measure approx. 100 x 13mm
  • Weight 2729 g 
  • Circumference of the helmet bowl inside approx. 67cm

Suitable for reenactment from the 14th and 15th century. This helmet has brass fasteners (Vervelles) for attaching the aventail and a leather strap for attaching the visor in the folded down position. The fabric lining is adjustable by a leather cord. The aventail is not included in the delivery.

The large inner circumference of the bell is designed so that a heavily padded hood can be used to dampen the blows aimed at the head. The inside of the helmet is sprayed with black paint to prevent corrosion.

A high-quality product made by Lord Of Battles®

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