Knightly Flat-Topped Helmet with face plate, 12th Century

This early knight's helmet represents a development form preceding the great helm. Typical for this helmet type is cylindrical (flat-topped) shape of the helmet bowl and a face plate connected firmly to the helmet bowl. The face plate has oblong air holes for easier breathing of the knight. The helmet bowl reaches down to the eyebrows and is there lined with leather strap. The wide leather belt made of genuine cowhide has on both sides decorative clover-leaf-shaped holes and is to be buckled under the chin. More information...

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Item number: 8299

Knightly Flat-Topped Helmet with face plate, 12th Century

  • made of iron plate, approx. 1.3 - 2.0mm thick
  • inside if the helmet is textile padding that can be replaced by adjustable leather inlay for corresponding extra charge
  • The knight's helmet on the photos is polished, which is subject to corresponding extra charge
  • Weight approx. 2.05 kg (1.5mm thick plate)

This helmet can be made to measure after your measurements ‘1a’ to ‘1j’ in this measurement chart.

Please read our instructions, how to determine a helmet size correctly.

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