The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The Imperial Gallic C Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig. Like the typical Roman galea, this helmet features a rounded cap and open sides, which allow the warrior's ears to remain uncovered. The back features a sloping neck guard, while the front features hinged facial protectors. The helmet features a short visor across its forehead. The helmet is made from quality metals and features a subtle wave design across the helmet's skull cap. Elegant bronze metal designs with ridged patterns also adorn the helmet's rim. The Gallic C Helmet is not only a great example of a classic Roman helmet, but it also happens to be a replica of an actual historical artifact, which makes it an excellent helmet for re-enactors to use, as well as a great piece to add to any enthusiast's collection.
Key Features Made from Quality Metal Has a Great, Polished Metal Appearance Features An Subtle Yet Appealing Ornamentation Modeled After a Historical Artifact An Impressive Display Piece or Collector's Item Makes for a Great Medieval Gift Idea
Sizing: One size fits most. 22 to 23 Inch Circumference.