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Roman Troopers Helmet

#300074
$145.00

As seen in the HBO production Rome, this helmet comes complete with cheek plates and brass fittings.
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Overview


As seen in the HBO production Rome, this 18 gauge steel and brass Roman Trooper's helmet comes complete with hinged cheek plates and brass fittings. Adjustable liner, made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
  • Wt: Approx. 4-1/2 lbs

Reviews


Well made, simple elegance in design and function. The helmet is steel with brass edging, including a leather liner and chin-strap. This helmet is of the Imperial Gallic D design, introduced into the Roman Army in the mid-late 1st century AD, corresponding to the early imperial age, i.e. late Julio-Claudian and Flavian dynasties. A good choice for early imperial period uniforms. All helmets were worn with some sort of padding to help absorb the shock of blows to the head; a padding cap has not been included with this helmet.
From: Ian, March 12, 2014
Great overall, just like the pic, mine had a bad finish in the front brass decoration, and behind the ears and neckguard, was kinda burned, apart from that great helmet
From: Camilo Jose, February 07, 2013
From: Alex, May 20, 2011
From: John, May 20, 2011

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