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Helmet, Viking Gjermundbu with chainmail, Battle-Ready

Helmet, Viking Gjermundbu with chainmail made of steel with a thickness of 2 mm and with a rustic finish. The helmet Gjermundbu was discovered in 1943 during the excavations of a settlement Viking. It was rebuilt expertly and currently on display in the Museum of Antiquities National (Oldsaksamlinga) in Oslo. The helmet dates back to the year 970 ad. It is a typical example of a helmet spectral Viking, which offers the wearer a good protection to the face while maintaining a visual field enough. The tip of the helmet forged by hand is screwed and is easy to disassemble, for example. for a combat safer. It has a surface patina to emphasize its authenticity. A fabric lining comfortable, adjustable and the collar is riveted to the helmet and have the chin straps of leather with a brass buckle.

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108130001
£136.91
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Sizes Circumference (cms.) From front to back (cms.) Weight (kg) Ear to ear (cms.)
SIZE - S 58 20,5 2,6 17
SIZE - M 62 22 2,9 19
SIZE - L 64 23 3,2 20

Manufacturer
Ulfberth

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Material
Acero
Thickness
2 mm.
108130001
Reference Attributes Quantity Price
108130001 Size: L; 0
£136.91
108130002 Size: M; 0
£136.91
108130003 Size: S; 0
£136.91
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