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This Imperial Gallic Face helmet is a copy of an original museum helmet that is now part of the Shelby/White Collection NY USA. The helmet is an early Augustian period cavalry helmet. The mask is of the Kalkriese type, which fits beneath the cheek guards and it does not include integral ears.
Inspired by Maximus's bracers in the movie Gladiator, this item is not a historical reproduction (there is no evidence of roman people wearing any kind of leather bracers), but only a simple adaptation from a known movie. It's shape makes it agreable to wear. It had been done by hand, from the…
Montefortino type Celtic - Roman helmet. Collectible replica.
- Material: brass
Collectible quality Roman helmet, the Imperial Gallic H, Augsburg-Oberhausen. This helmet is classified by Robinson as Imperial Italic H and is one of the best-preserved Roman Imperial helmets to have survived from antiquity. The Gallic H has different style eyebrows and a more sloping neck…
Reproduction of a Roman cavalry helmet, found in Xanten, now in Germany. The original is now exhibited in the Landesmuseum in Bonn.
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