Mediæval




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AB0331-2

AB0331-2

The barbute or celeta was developed in Italy during the 15th century. These helmets were popular throughout Europe and offered an alternative to the...
£158.00

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3000
AB0335-6

AB0335-6

T Face Barbute Helmet This Milanese helmet is a copy of the helmet adorning the "Avant" harness at the Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow. This is...
£127.00

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2000
AB0340

AB0340

Corinthian Barbute c.1450 This helmet is inspired by the classical lines of Corinthian helmets. The original is on display in the Wallace Collection,...
£144.00

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3000
AB0343-4

AB0343-4

The sallet or salade was a popular and elegant headpiece in use across much of Europe throughout the second half of the 15th century. Various forms...
£150.00

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3000
AB0360

AB0360

Crusader Flat Top 2 It is constructed from 2mm (14 gauge) steel and has an adjustable, spider style, leather liner and chinstrap. 'Dating from a...
£138.00

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3000
AB0363-4

AB0363-4

Archers Sallet. As the bellows face sallet it is not clear at first glance why this helmet is a sallet and not a bascinet with a very low reaching...
£144.00

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3000
AB0372

AB0372

Secret 14thC A helmet with a round shaped skull but without a visor. This helmet would often have been worn underneath a great helm or tilting helm....
£72.00

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3000
AB0388

AB0388

The kettle hat or  chapel der fer  was widely worn on the battlefields of Europe from the 12th to the 15th century, offering excellent...
£114.00

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3000
AB0395-6

AB0395-6

The Great Helm developed through the course of the 13th. century and this reconstruction replicates the Pembroke helmet, made late in the period and...
£144.00

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4500
AB0424

AB0424

The Hounskull Bascinet was popular in the late 14th. and early 15th. centuries. The pointed visor provided a deflecting surface for blows to the face...
£138.00

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2500
AB0427-8

AB0427-8

The Klappvisier Bascinet is characterised by the single central hinge of the removable visor and was common in fourteenth century Germany. The visor...
£126.00

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2000
AB0451-2

AB0451-2

Visors were a late addition to the medieval helmet and their adoption avoided the necessity for the man-at-arms to choose between protection or...
£156.00

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4500
AB1340

AB1340

Taking its name from the conical "loaves" in which sugar was formerly sold, this Great Helm was popular during the Crusades. Poviding full...
£89.00

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2000
AB1364

AB1364

Characterized by the fluted visor, popularized during the reign of the Emperor Maximilian (1494~1519), this style of armet remained in vogue until...
£137.00

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2000
AB1400

AB1400

The Hounskull Bascinet (Pig-faced is a later term) was popular in the late 14th. And early 15th. Centuries. The pointed visor provided a deflecting...
£89.00

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2000


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