HL120 Imperial-Gallic G


This helmet found in Weisenau, Germany, is the most well known roman helmet, and a typical example of the imperial-Gallic types. You will notice a short neck guard, and embossed designs strengthen the cheek guards, bowl, and back.

May be equipped with a crest using the HL120FCC or HL120FCL crest holders. Made of iron, with brass brackets and fittings, 21cm long and 19cm wide.

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