Italo-Corinthian helmet with plume

Typical helmet shape of the Corinthians with plume of horse hair. Made of brass. Includes an adjustable Inlet and chin strap of leather. The plume is not permanently mounted and is pushed by means of two hooks located at the crest on the helmet with the eyelets.

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Italo-Corinthian helmet with plume, brass ancient Greek helmet

  • Suitable for head circumference up to 61 cm.
  • Longitudinal size (back of the head to forehead): approx. 22.5 cm
  • Cross size (ear to ear): approx. 17 cm
  • Gauge of plate: 1.3 mm
  • Weight: 1,65 kg (without plume), 2.10 kg (with plume)

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