Classic helmets of the conquistadors of the XVI and XVII century. The crest is the characteristic feature of these helmets, which, besides protecting, had the mission to increase the height of the warriors. The Spanish Conquistadores are the colonists who acted in America during the Age of Discovery after the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492.
Replicas of ancient helmets, Roman centurion, italic or gladiator. Crested Roman Helmets or without crest. The plume or crest, served to become visible in the back for their soldiers. In imperial times was no longer used.
Medieval knight helmet for children made of sturdy cardboard. The visor is movable. Approximate size 30 cms.
Bacinete with medieval viewer. Made of mild steel 1mm. - 18 ga. thick. Recommended for recreationists but not to fight.Size M: Perimeter, 60 cms Size L: Circumference 65 cms
Wenceslao combat helmet. natural and basic. It includes leather and padded chin strap. NO includes base.
Functional medieval Barbuta fabricated from 1.6 mm. It includes leather chin strap. Barbuta served as the head guard and had as an element that defended the neck ruff ahead and cubrenuca defending the neck from behind.
medieval helmet with shield and belt adjustment. Perimeter: 57-58 cms.
Traditional helmet of the soldiers of the Roman imperial legions.
Viking helmet with nasal protection and chainmail. Made of mild steel.
Helmet Roman Centurion Toe with red plume provisions frontally. natural and functional size. It includes removable helmet with panache and interior padding.
Italo-Corinthian helmet with frontal protection and in one piece.
Spanish conquistador helmet eighteenth century with floral motifs around. natural and basic. It includes support.
Templar medieval town conical Sugar Loaf in full size.
Town Wenceslas in chain mail. It includes metal bracket. This reproduction is one of the three equal helmets had St. Wenceslas of Bohemia and was given by His Majesty Ferdinand I of Habsburg in the city of Prague on the banks of the Vltava river.