Roman helmet crest with metal frame

Simple plume with metal frame for Roman helmets. This can be easily fixed by using our crest holder for Centurions and Optio on Roman helmets.

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Roman helmet crest with metal frame

  • Material: Horse Hair
  • Inner diameter of the arc: about 16cm
  • Width of the metal frame: about 4cm
  • Hair length: about 10.5cm
  • Weight: about 350g

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