Attic helmet with plume

This elaborate helmet replica is based on helmets as they were used by about 300 BC. The movable cheek guards are inside lined with leather. The crest is mounted separately.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 159

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  • Product No: 9536

Attic helmet with plume; 1.6 mm steel

  • Delivery including padded cap.
  • Suitable for head circumference up to 64 cm.
  • Material: 1.6 mm steel; brass and leather
  • Weight: about 2.6 kg

This helmet is also available in a brass finish.

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