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Headpiece Medieval open with rear tail, XV century

The headpiece was the helmet that replaced the bacinete half of the FIFTEENTH century. A protective helmet worn by then in Germany and then in the rest of Europe that is open at the front, without a visor and with a rear tail. Manufactured in steel of 1.6 mm thickness.

  • Perimeter: 63-64 cms.
  • Includes leather harness and adjustable barbuquejo.
  • One size fits all.

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Acero 1.6 mm.
Perímetro Cabeza
63-64 cms.
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