Great Helm of Castile, 13 cen

This 13th-century helmet of 18 gauge (1mm) steel features decorative brass and comes with a soft cloth padded adjustable liner with leather tie straps. This glorious helmet is worthy of the King Ferdinand III (Spanish: Fernando III), 1199-1252, called the Saint Ferdinand III of Castile and representative of many helms of that period around Europe. More information...

€147,00 excl. VAT
In stock 2 pcs
Item physically stored in our Warehouse in Kadan
, dispatch on 20-May-2024
Item number: 5275

Great Helm of Castile, 13th century

  • The total height along the edge of the front part is approx. 310mm
  • The height along the rear connection is approx. 145mm
  • One slit is approx. 82mm long
  • The longest front air opening is approx. 88.7mm long and the shortest opening is approx. 54.8mm long
  • Into the helmet is a glued and riveted a liner made of fabric and leather
  • Supplied with leather chinstrap with metal buckle
  • The belt is approx. 19mm wide and approx. 2.5mm thick
  • The helmet consists of approx. 1mm thick sheet steel (19 gauge) and approx. 0.5mm brass sheet (25 gauge)
  • Inside perimeter approx. 30 inches = 762mm
  • Outside perimeter approx. 31-1/2 inches = 800mm
  • Weight approx. 2396 g

Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®

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