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.
Spanish Medieval Helmets, from the Vth to the XVth century. The helmets can be used as a reference for assessing the development of ancient civilizations. From the rudimentary helmets, that often did nothing but annoy, to mobile visored helmets and padded with cotton or wool fabrics.
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.
Helmets and Viking helmets worn by Viking warriors. Actually these helmets did NOT have horns. p>
Italo-Corinthian helmet with frontal protection and in one piece. P>
Bacinete with medieval viewer. Made of mild steel 1mm. - 18 ga. thick. Recommended for recreationists but not to fight.Size M: Perimeter, 60 cms <./ Li>Size L: Circumference 65 cms <./ Li>
Functional medieval barbuta made of 1.6 mm steel. Includes leather chin strap. The barbuta served as shelter for the head and had as element the gola that defended the neck in front and the cover that defended the neck from behind.
Replica of the Viking helmet that became famous during the VIII and IX centuries. Manufactured completely in steel with a thickness of 2mm. The mask and nasal protection are riveted to the helmet. It is adjusted to the head by leather straps. It is a robust 100% battle-ready helmet that offers good protection during medieval re-enactments. To complement...
Edwardian medieval helmet riveted. Its design is based on the originals with the difference that the eye opening has been made with a more functional and large design. Made of 1.2 mm mild steel. thick.
Gilded Corinthian helmet with horsehair plume. Made of brass. P>
Traditional helmet of the soldiers of the Roman imperial legions.
Similar to the Roman imperial town but other recorded as the eagle and gold. actual weight 2.2 Kg. The Roman legion was the basic military unit infantry of ancient Rome. It consisted of a body of heavy infants and later 5,000 10,000 soldiers and several hundred riders.
Wenceslao combat helmet. natural and basic. It includes leather and padded chin strap. NO includes base. P>
French colonial old town. One size.
medieval helmet with shield and belt adjustment. Perimeter: 57-58 cms.
Spanish conquistador helmet Morrión XVI-XVII century with wings. Made of polished steel. It comes with ear protectors.
Functional cervellera made of steel with a thickness of 2 mm. On the sides and in the back comes with holes to add chainmail rings. It is an economic helmet for beginners. It is adjusted to the head by leather straps. In face-to-face fighting this type of helmet was preferred since it did not affect the vision of combat and breathing.
Functional Wenceslaus nasal helmet for battle of the 10th century. The original is located in Prague. Made of 2mm steel. thick. Nasal protection of 3 mm. Includes leather closure with brass buckle to hold on the chin and interior padding.
Casco Francis, type Kettle, from the Late Middle Ages. With a better protection for the face but limiting the vision due to the narrow holes for the eyes. Includes cotton-covered foam padding as well as 2 straps to adjust it.
Viking Fredrik helmet with eye protector. It comes reinforced with two metal bands. Made of 1.2 mm mild steel. thick.
Gladiator helmet life-size and fully functional. He was called gladiator who was struggling with another, or with a beast in public games of ancient Rome. The most widely accepted origin of this word theory is derived from the word Gladius sword they used.
Helmet Roman Centurion Peep with red plume provisions frontally. natural and basic.
Templar medieval town conical Sugar Loaf in full size.
X century Viking helmet made of steel functional 2mm (14G). This replica is based on Viking helmets found in Norway. Includes mail attached to the hull. The interior is lined with leather and has fastening strap.
German bacinete functional, battle-ready, with steel thickness 2 mm. Includes removable viewer. Handmade, riveted and welded.
Viking helmet with nasal protection and chainmail. Made of mild steel. P>
functional medieval Bacinete (2 mm. thick) of the fourteenth century without viewfinder. It includes interior padding. It comes with brass rivets. P>M.- size Circumference: 61 cm <./ Li>L.- size Circumference: 63 cm <./ Li>
Pembridge functional English medieval helmet 1370 2mm steel made. thick. The original is in the Royal Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. It includes leather chin strap buckles.
Replica of the medieval helmet with visor model Beowulf used by the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings. The helmet is made of carbon steel and with brass decorations. Includes padding and leather chin strap with buckle closure. The circumference of the helmet is 63 cms.
Historic Spangenhelm helmet for battle. Made of 2mm steel. thick. Nasal protection of 3 mm. Includes leather closure with brass buckle to hold on the chin.
Viking helmet with eye protector. It comes reinforced with two metal bands. Made of 1.2 mm mild steel. thick.
Gladiator helmet finished in aged steel. Includes adjustable lining and support. Manufactured by Windlass Steelcrafts®
Helmet Crossed Spangenhelm 12th century AD with frontal visor. Handmade in 2 mm steel. thick. It comes riveted. Includes padded lining.
Helmet medieval Spangen with facial, model, Harald. The design is based on the helmets of the period of the crusades. It is manufactured in carbon steel with a thickness of 1 mm and includes padded inner.
Medieval helmet Berthold Sallet riveted and with protection for the neck. Made of 1.2 mm mild steel. thick. Movable visor The interior is covered. Includes chin strap. The Sallet helmet was used with the Gothic armor.
Medieval helmet Open Franz Sallet, riveted and with protection for the neck. Made of 1.2 mm mild steel. thick. The interior is covered. Includes chin strap.
Helmet Greek Trojan inspired by the armor worn by the ancient warrior Hoplitas. The hull is of mild steel galvanised with a thickness of 1mm. and a pen tail of a horse. Conforms to the head by a leather strap.
Templar helmet decorated with life-size frontal large golden cross. P>
smooth cap. It was used as head protection during combat. P>
Cap decorated with engravings. It was used as head protection during combat. P>
Helmet Roman Centurion life-size silver and gold with red plume. It includes padding. One size.
Roman gladiator golden helmet with front grille. P>
King Arthur helmet with front and side protection. King Arthur is a prominent character in the, especially English and French European literature, where it appears as the ideal monarch, in war and in peace.
Roman Gladiator Helmet closed. It is fromnatural and functional . It includes support.He was called gladiator who was struggling with another, or with a beast in public games of ancient Rome. The most widely accepted origin of this word theory is derived from the word Gladius sword they used.
Spanish conquistador helmet eighteenth century with floral motifs around. natural and basic.
Guerrero s hull. XVI smooth. It corresponds to theFull Armor sixteenth century.
Guerrero s hull. XVI recorded. It corresponds to theFull Armor sixteenth century.
Functional Japanese town, Daisho Kake Kabuto, handmade. This replica is based a real museum piece whose origin is unknown. It includes wooden display.
Japanese Replica Helmet (Takeda Shingen Kabuto) based on the original part of the museum and handmade by Hanwei factory. The helmet is functional and includes wooden stand.
Japanese helmet, Oda Nobunaga Kabuto, functional handmade by the Hanwei house and based on the original museum. It includes wooden stand. P>
Roman gladiator helmet metal arena.
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.