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The ancient Greeks wore helmets of thick leather and bronze to protect their heads from swords and arrows. Over time helmets evolved to protect the face and neck, sometimes covering the entire head with only eye slits for visibility. By 1400 this sophisticated armor featured pivots and hinges for greater mobility and protection.

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Knights Templar Sugarloaf Helm

#300552
This Sugarloaf Helm has a conical top and an antique decorative cross sporting the cross of the Knights Templar. Made of 18 gauge steel, the helm has a soft, padded adjustable liner inside.
$149.95 $189.95

Roman Troopers Helmet

#300074
This 18 gauge steel and brass helmet is inspired from HBO’s popular historical drama series, Rome. Comes complete with hinged cheek plates, brass fittings, and an adjustable liner.
$109.95

The Norseman Helmet

#300550
This lavish Norseman Helmet is of the Gjermundbu type and made up of 18 gauge steel and brass.
$179.95

Vendel Viking Helm

#300456
This helmet worn by the elite mounted troops of the Slavic princedoms is hand-made of 18-gauge steel. Features a rough-hammered dome and a highly ornate face guard. Has a shoulder-length, steel Aventail and a soft adjustable cloth liner.
$264.95

Visored Bascinet

#300454
This classical knight’s helmet from the mid 14th century is crafted from antiqued 18 gauge steel and comes complete with an adjustable, black cloth liner. Mail sold separately.
$194.95

Wooden Helmet Stand

#800040
This hardwood helmet stand is stained and features a sturdy round, beveled base. Accommodates helmets of most sizes.18-1/4" tall. Weighs 2 lbs/10 oz.
$35.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Helmet of Castile

I received this helmet as a Christmas present and I love it!  It is a beautifully made helm!  Fits great and looks amazing!
Reviewed by: Randall, January 04, 2020

Review of: Helmet of Castile

Love it.  I have the sugarloaf helm also and I wish that one had the chin strap that this one does.  fits well and securely.  I need to adjust the liner but I'm waiting until I have time to put it on over mail and arming cap to adjust the height and test the final fit.
Reviewed by: Robert, October 11, 2019

Review of: Wooden Helmet Stand

A nice stand that does what it is supposed to do. I recommend it.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 11, 2019

Review of: Death Dealer Collector’s Edition Helmet

I've always been a Death Dealer fan. When MR came out with the full size armor & weapons, I was ecstatic. The helmet was no disappointment. Menacing and well constructed, it was a fantastic addition for my weapons & armor collection. I also have the axe and sword. All are exceptional. I highly recommend them.
Reviewed by: John, July 24, 2019

Review of: Arming Cap, Quilted

well made, fits well.
Reviewed by: david, February 16, 2019

Review of: Roman Troopers Helmet

I am completely satisfied with this helmet, which goes perfectly with the Roman Lorica Segmentata in  my collection.
Reviewed by: Warren, January 29, 2019

Review of: Visored Bascinet

Very nice quality helmet, fits perfectly with the MRL helmet liner and the MRL maille coif. With this helmet what you see is what you get. It's sturdy, battle ready, and with a little practice you can open and close the visor quickly. Also when up, the visor stays up, if not, pull the visor up and give it a very delicate twist. Remember you can buy a padding kit if you really need to adjust the helmet. Adjust the helmet to where your eyes are even with the eye slits for best visibility. Remember, however, the closer the faceplate is to your face, the more likely you would be to suffer facial damage, especially your nose. But this was the norm at that time. Mis-shapen noses were a badge of honor as everyone knew you were a tourney jouster, man-at-arms, etc. All around a great helmet!!! No kiddie costume junk here!!! The real deal.
                                                      - Casey S, Panama City, FL
Reviewed by: Casey, October 30, 2018

Review of: Arming Cap, Quilted

Great arming cap. I wear it under my MRL Mail Coif and my MRL Visored Bascinet. Now the Arming Cap itself is a touch on the thin side, BUT if it were any thicker whatsoever my mail and helmet would be too tight. As of now they all fit perfect!! Not just trying to get reward points here. This arming cap is well put together and made to last, and mine has seen plenty of Renaissance Faires! Grab one,  you won’t regret it 👍😊
Reviewed by: Casey, October 19, 2018

Review of: Helmet of Castile

I flipped out when I first saw this helm in the Museum Replicas catalog and had to have it! When i got it it was heavier than expected. But it is magnificent! I wear this with my Knights Templar tunics and it has made me feel more like a lord, rather than just a knight. I display it in my library on a stand, when I am not wearing it.
Reviewed by: David, May 04, 2018

Review of: Death Dealer Collector’s Edition Helmet

Helmet is well made and can be worn with the adjustable leather lining. It is metal so it is not light which I find a plus. It may not be an exact copy of Frazetta's drawing of the death dealer but it is a fine representation of the helmet. I have a mannequin that I change armor on periodically and he looks quite fearsome with this helmet and the axe. I place led eyes behind the helmet and it really looks good.
Reviewed by: Walter, March 01, 2018