Corinthian Helmet black crest brass finish

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Greek Corinthian Helmet

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Greek Corinthian Helmet

This is an authentic reproduction of the medieval helmets worn by the Hoplite – the warriors of Ancient Greece. This helmet originated in Greece in the 7th Century B.C. and was later adopted by the Romans. It was a popular style all the way up to the 4th Century B.C. and was the basis for many Helmets of the Renaissance Period. These medieval helmets were designed to be close-fitting. Shaped to the skull with only small openings left for the eyes, nostrils and mouth. This design allowed for maximum protection, visibility and air flow. And it must have been a terrifying sight to the enemy. This helmet is made of hand-forged 18 gauge, low carbon, A-36 mild steel. This metallurgical composition provides excellent resilience, durability and will polish to high sheen.



Greek Corinthian helmet with black crest brass finish

This is helmet is perfectly made of 18 gauge Iron steel

One of the most gorgeous helmets ever produced is the Greek Corinthian helmet. Although the Greeks used many other styles and types, this is the one most closely associated with the Greek Hoplite and Alexander of Macedon.

This steel helmet has a chin strap.

It is a perfect addition to any helmet collection and ideal for re-enactments and display purposes.

This product is coated with a grease that prevents it from rusting in storage. Please wipe it carefully with a dry cloth to remove it.

This Helmet is High quality 18 Gauge Mild steel  & chinstrap

It has a detachable black  plume


Inner Diameter: Front to back 8.5 inches

Ear to ear: 8  inches

Circumference: 26.69 inches

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