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Helmet Sallet Archer with face shield, century XV

Medieval helmet archer Sallet of the FIFTEENTH century with a brim. Manufactured in steel of 1.6 mm thickness. This helmet was the one that replaced the Bacinete. Includes face shield with hinge adorned with a cross of brass and decoration of leaves recorded. The visor has a rectangular shape and has a slit for the eyes 2-cm Comes equipped with an inner lining made of leather and has strap with steel buckle to adjust for.

  • Perimeter head: up to 69 cm
  • Long, from behind forward: 22 cm
  • Long, from ear to ear: 22 cm
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3 Kg.
26 cm.
1.6 mm.
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