King Arthur Crown

The steel helmet is encircled by brass fleur de lis cutouts and the padded interior is outlined by a row of fine rings that turns into an aventail at the back. This King Arthur helmet with an aventail comes with a helmet stand.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 190
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  • Product No: 6561

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King Arthur Helmet with Crown

  • Material: Steel and Brass
  • Included in delivery: King Arthur helmet with aventail
  • The wooden helmet stand is not included in delivery

If you wish to have it made-to-measure, please note your head perimeter (across the forehead) in the comment of your order.

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