This helmet is based on the oryginal with The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The visored bascinet served as the standard helmet worn throughout Europe from about 1300 to about 1420. The pierced studs along the rim held the aventail .
The helmet is made of special steel C45 plate 2mm thick.
Helmet can posses :
- catch for peacock’s feathers (7,80 EURO)
- tubular catches (20 EURO)
- leather stripe to hook the chain mail (6 EURO).
-lining No. 104 or NO 128 section accessories
- a chainmail ( 50 EUR)
- a chainmail with the riveted flat rings ( two last pictures) - 117 EUR
- a belt under a chin ( 6 EUR)
- attachment lining at the helmet (8,5 EUR )
- a blockade of curtain ( 20 EUR )
- a helmet's cover - 5,21EUR
This part of armour may be ordered in the following versions:
The steel C45 is better than normal steel. You look at this side about information technical steel: