The Brass Italic H NiederMormter Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig. Like the typical Roman galea, this helmet features a rounded cap and open sides, which allow the warriors ears to remain uncovered. The back features a sloping neck guard, while the front features hinged facial protectors. A small visor adorns the forehead of the helmet. Attached to the top of the helmet is a short knob-like protrusion, while the surface of the helmet features attractive embossing. The helmet is made from quality materials and features an impressive looking polished brass finish. The Brass Italic H Niedermormter Helmet is not only a great example of a classic Roman helmet, but it also happens to be a replica of an actual historical artifact, which makes it an excellent helmet for re-enactors to use, as well as a great piece to add to any enthusiasts collection. Stand not included.
Full size Replica Late Roman Roman Spangenhelmet of a 4th century original excavated in Deir el-Medina in Egypt. The helmet was presumably worn by Sarmautic auxiliae. The original is now part of the collection of the Coptic Museum in Cairo. Stand not included.
Full size Late 3rd Century AD Roman Cavalry helmet similar to the Niederbieber types. Brass helmet with hole to crown of helmet which plumb can be fitted. Stand not included. Brass helmet full size replica of late style cavalry helmet.Stand not included
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