HL225 Sutton Hoo helmet


Discovered in 1938 at the Sutton Hoo excavation site in England, in an Anglo-Saxon ship burial. Dating from the early 7th century, the helmet is believed to have belonged to King Raedwald, who died in 624 AD. and is a great archeological importance.

This reconstruction illustrates admirably the skill and decorative talent of the armors of the Norman period.

Weight 3.1kg, inner dimensions 21x19cm.

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