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Helmet Sallet gothic with gorjal

Helmet Sallet gothic with gorjal used during the FIFTEENTH century. It is made of metal with a thickness of 1.6 mm Is one size with an inside circumference of 61 cm. The original is on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and has been done by the armorer German Lorenz Helmschmied, the armorer of the emperor Maximilian I. The most special of this sallet is that the protector is attached to the helmet. Both the viewer as the viewer are foldable and lockable. There is No lining built, but the supply includes a padded lid. However, we suggest that you place a adequate padding. There is a metal grill in front of the groove visualization that can be removed without any problem, for example. with a cutter side.

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107550000
£162.57
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Manufacturer
Battle Merchant

Data sheet

Long
23 cms.
Weight
3800 grs.
Width
18.5 cms.
Material
Acero
Thickness
1.6 mm.
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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.

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