Visored royal bascinet, 14th century

Looking for a helmet for a jousting tournament or a battle? This 14th century bascinet is a great choice! It perfectly protects the whole head and thanks to the ventilation holes you can breathe well in it. This interpretation of the bascinet is inspired by several different sources, including a painting by Spinello Aretino from 1407-1408, a fresco on the Pinta affresco camera in Spoleto, Italy, and a manuscript of "La prima deca" by Titus Livy circa 1373, now preserved in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan. More information...

€124,00 excl. VAT
In stock 1 pcs
Item physically stored in our Warehouse in Kadan
, dispatch on 25-Apr-2024
Item number: 13259

Visored royal bascinet, 14th century

The visor has a safety lock (pin on a spring) on the right side to prevent spontaneous opening.

  • Total height of the helmet approx. 27 cm

  • Inner depth of the helmet at forehead level (forehead - back) approx. 23 cm
  • Inner width of the helmet at forehead level (from ear to ear) approx. 20 cm
  • Material used: mild steel gauge 16 / 1,519mm
  • Inside quilted fabric lininer
  • Inner circumference of the helmet approx. 68cm
  • Solid chin strap with brass buckle
  • Polished finish

A high-quality product made by Lord Of Battles®

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