HL108 Caesarian cools Mannheim helmet


The helmets of the roman legionaries fighting along with Caesar during the Gallic wars were most of the time simple brass or bronze bowls, with a little neck guard. The cheek guards could be made of iron rings, held in place with a leather thong. This one is made after a founding of Vieille-Toulouse in France.

Made of brass, about 1mm thick.

× All the helmets - unless otherwise specified - come without internal padding.