Klappvisor bascinet around 1330-1340

The klappvisor was a type of visor employed on bascinets from around 1330-1340. This type of visor is hinged at a single point in the centre of the brow of the helmet skull. The klappvisor bascinet was particularly favoured in Germany, but was also used in northern Italy. Holes and oculars visor allow great visibility and breathing.

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Klappvisor bascinet around 1330-1340

Made from 2mm carbon steel (gauge 14), the actual gauge of plate may vary due to the handcrafted way of production.

  • Delivery incl. chin leather strap.
  • Available only in one standard size for a head perimeter of approx.  63-64 cm (25“)

Made by Marshal Historical.

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