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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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Tudor Close Helm

#300432
This classic helmet is fully wearable and is made from 18 gauge hammer hardened steel. Feather Plume available separately.
$194.95

Arming Cap, Quilted

#201002
This arming cap is made of cotton and is thickly lined with fiber fill. Features quilted construction with a tie cord. Machine washable.
$29.95

Corinthian Helmet

#300502
This version of the ancient Greece helmet is made of 18-gauge steel and has been plated in an antique bronze. Features black and natural striped horse-hair crest and a padded adjustable liner and chin strap.
$264.95

Crusader Helmet

#300418
This classic helmet, one of the most popular versions depicted and worn during medieval times is made from 18 gauge steel. Features narrow eye slits for maximum protection.
$184.95

Death Dealer Collector’s Edition Helmet

#888804
This helmet is forged from 18 gauge steel and is hand finished with an antique look. Features custom fiberglass horns/tusks. Fully lined with suede and has a leather adjustable liner. Includes custom display stand and Certificate of Authenticity. Only few left in stock!
$394.95

Embossed Viking Helmet

#300386
This helmet is made of 18 gauge steel with an antiqued finish. Features deeply embossed detail on the crown & nose guard and raised traditional Celtic Dog designs on the hinged cheek plates. Adjustable leather liner with chin strap.
$234.95

Helmet of Castile

#300509
This 13th-century helmet is made of 18 gauge steel. Features decorative brass and comes with a soft cloth padded adjustable liner with leather tie straps.
$189.95

Horseman Helmet

#300388
This helmet has a brass nose guard and steel pot with an antiqued finish. Features a leather straps on the crown and a real horsehair top knot. Has an adjustable leather liner and chin strap.
$164.95

Top Customer Reviews

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

Review of: Vendel Viking Helm

Just received this helmet, it's great, fits comfortably and looks great. The adjustable liner works really well.
Reviewed by: Charles, March 31, 2017

Review of: Norman Spangenhelm

This helmet is the best one you have offered for this time period. I would have preferred a better lining and chin strap but overall a very well constructed offering by your company. Well worth the price.  
Reviewed by: Gerald, October 27, 2016

Review of: Visored Bascinet

Love the inner lining and solid feel.  This is a worthy addition to the collection.  Be sure to add an arming cap for protection.  Your hair will appreciate it, especially with a coif.  
Reviewed by: Thomas, October 12, 2016

Review of: Maciejowski Helmet

Hard to believe I got this helm for so cheap. It's great as a Templar helm. Liberally covered in packing grease of course.
Reviewed by: Kevin , March 12, 2016

Review of: Visored Bascinet

Nice solid helmet, visor swings up and stays in place while up and locks in place wheile down. Fits well over chainmail coif. Shipping grease is my only complaint, I understnd it is used to keep the helmet from rusting but it's really think and oliy and hard to clean off.  
Reviewed by: Albert, November 05, 2015

Review of: Norman Spangenhelm

Solid and well made helmet. Adjustable inner liner allows you to wear this helmet on you bare head or over a chainmail coif with an arming cap. Very happy to have this in my collection.
Reviewed by: Albert, July 01, 2015

Review of: Norman Spangenhelm

I have five Helmets from MRL...  Like them all... But this Spangenhelm Is by far my favorite in terms of fit and finish... And the most "Useable"... No tweaking needed to have it function for me...
Reviewed by: robert, June 25, 2015

Review of: Wooden Helmet Stand

Nice and sturdy. The felt on the top and bottom help keep surfaces from getting scuffed.
Reviewed by: Cortland, December 19, 2014