Antique late Roman infantry helmet replica (Deurne, Holland)
Elaborate reconstruction of a late Roman cavalry helmet like the one found near Deurne, Holland. The intricate ornamentation auggests that the wearer was a very high-ranking officer. A Roman coin found near the helmet bears the date 319, so the helmet is very likely from the early 4th century.
The helmet's crown is made of 6 individual parts (spangen). The jowl pieces are easily moveable. The nape protection is attached with two buckled leather straps and is removable and adjustable. The helmet is hand-made from steel and brass and is comfortable due to its leather inlay. Nasal, jowel and nape pieces are covered with red leather on the inside.
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Materials: 1,5 mm brass, red leather
Fittings: Brass, genuine leather
Size: One size
Max. head circumference: Approx. 61 cm (24")
Long distance (back to front): Approx. 21,5 cm (8,46")
Short distance (Ear to ear): Approx. 19,5 cm (7,67")
Weight: Approx. 3 kg (6,61 lb)