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Medieval Bascinet with Neck Protector | Medieval Helmets

Medieval Bascinet with Neck Protector | Medieval Helmets

The high medieval helmet we provide is a replica of a so-called enclosed helmet worn by crusaders / Knights Templar in the late 12th and early 13th centuries. It is also known as a primitive or early great helm and is said to be the predecessor of the Great Helm or Great Heaume.


This lovely medieval helmet is made of steel and features a slightly flared neckguard with a brass cross and crown. It has around 9.5 cm long, 1 to 3 cm wide eye slits as well as multiple ventilation apertures (round holes on one side and a cross on the other). Steel rivets link the various components of the knight's helmet.


An adjustable brown leather lining is installed in the blackened interior. The adjustable 3 mm thick brown leather chin strap fastens with an antiqued brass buckle.


This superb, totally wearable knightly helm is not only a great ornamental addition to any helmet collector's treasure room, but it will also make your transition into a proud knight exactly right.


  • Material: approx. 1.2 mm high carbon steel, leather inlay, leather chin strap with brass buckle
  • Suitable for head circumference up to approx. 69 cm
  • Long distance (back to front): approx. 25 cm
  • Short distance (ear to ear): approx. 19 cm
  • Height: approx. 34 cm (front) / 24 cm (back)
  • Weight: approx. 3.25 kg
General Specifications
Material 1.2 mm high carbon steel, leather inlay, leather chin strap with brass buckle
Finishing Polished
Height 3.25 Kgs
Circumference 69 cms
Weight M : 2.1 Kgs, L : 2.5 Kgs
Size Long distance (back to front): approx. 25 cm, Short distance (ear to ear): approx. 19 cm

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  • Stock: DISCONTINUED
  • Model: OUT-91998
  • Weight: 3.50kg
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