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Cabassets


Helmet 189
price: 300 euro + mailing costs.

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Cabasset, infantry helmet, 17th century, widespread through the whole of Europe. Price applies to helmet in default version, without cheek covers, feather casing and with ordinary steel rivets. Steel cheeks costs additionally 35 euro. Feather casing 10 euro. Additionally steel rivets can be replaced with brass rosetts (1.5 euro for one). Bowl is welded of two halves, steel sheet 1,5mm thick. Surface - hammered, blackened with a beeswax (*5).

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Helmet 178
price: 350 euro + mailing costs.

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Cabasset, infantry helmet, 17th century, widespread through the whole of Europe. Price applies to helmet in default version, without cheek covers, feather casing and with ordinary steel rivets. Steel cheeks costs additionally 35 euro. Feather casing 10 euro. Additionally steel rivets can be replaced with brass rosetts (1.5 euro for one). Bowl is welded of two halves, steel sheet 1,5mm thick. Surface is hammered, sanded, there are hammer marks left (*6).

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Helmet 174
price: 300 euro + mailing costs.

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Cabasset, infantry helmet, 17th century, widespread through the whole of Europe. Price applies to helmet in default version, without cheek covers, feather casing and with ordinary steel rivets. Steel cheeks costs additionally 35 euro. Feather casing 10 euro. Additionally steel rivets can be replaced with brass rosetts (1.5 euro for one). Bowl is welded of two halves, steel sheet 1,5mm thick. Surface - hammered, blackened with a beeswax (*5).

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Helmet 164, one piece
price: 500 euro + mailing costs

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Helmet crafted of one piece of steel. Used material is 2,0mm thick steel sheet. Cabasset, infantry helmet, 17th century, widespread in whole of Europe. This is price for its basic version - without cheeks covers, tube for feathers, and with the ordinary steel rivets. Steel covers for cheeks costs 30euro, fixing for feathers - 10euro. I can also replace steel rivets by brass rosettes for 1,5 euro per each. The whole is hammered, and then sanded and polished by hand(*2) + file marks. Product is non-welded.

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Helmet 150, one piece
price: 825 euro + mailing costs


Cabasset, infantryman helmet, 17th century, widespread in whole of Europe. Surface is hammered and blackened with a beeswax (*5), additionally, before blackening the helmet was partially sanded. The whole is made of one piece of steel. Product is not welded.

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Helmet 138
price: 260 euro + mailing costs


Cabasset, infantryman helmet from 17th century. Surface - hammered, blackened with a beeswax (*5). This helmet is welded in 2 parts, made of 1,5mm steel. On request, I can do this model without welding (helmet hammered from a 1 piece of steel).

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Helmet 136
price: 220 euro + mailing costs


Cabasset, infantryman helmet from 17th century. This is price for its basic version - without cheeks covers, tube for feathers, and with the ordinary steel rivets. Steel covers for cheeks costs 30euro, fixing for feathers - 10euro. I can also replace steel rivets by brass rosettes for 1,5 euro per each. This helmet is welded in 2 parts, made of 1,5mm steel. Hammered surface (*4). On request, I can do this model without welding (helmet hammered from a 1 piece of steel).

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Helmet 113
price: 285 euro + mailing costs


Cabasset, infantry helmet, 17th century, widespread through the whole of Europe. Price applies to helmet in default version, without cheek covers, feather casing and with ordinary steel rivets. Steel cheeks costs additionally 35 euro. Feather casing 10 euro. Additionally steel rivets can be replaced with brass rosetts (1.5 euro for one). Bowl is welded of two halves, steel sheet 1,5mm thick. Surface is hammered, sanded, there are hammer marks left (*6).

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Helmet 98, one piece
price: 470 euro + mailing costs


Helmet crafted of one piece of steel. Used material is 2,5mm thick steel sheet. Cabasset, infantry helmet, 17th century, widespread in whole of Europe. This is price for its basic version - without cheeks covers, tube for feathers, and with the ordinary steel rivets. Steel covers for cheeks costs 30euro, fixing for feathers - 10euro. I can also replace steel rivets by brass rosettes for 1,5 euro per each. Hammered surface (*4). Product is non-welded.

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Helmet 92
price: 220 euro + mailing costsIn stock - 1 item (size 58-60)


Cabasset, infantryman helmet from 17th century. This is price for its basic version - without cheeks covers, tube for feathers, and with the ordinary steel rivets. Steel covers for cheeks costs 30euro, fixing for feathers - 10euro. I can also replace steel rivets by brass rosettes for 1,5 euro per each. This helmet is welded in 2 parts, made of 1,5mm steel. Surface - hammered, blackened with a beeswax (*5). On request, I can do this model without welding (helmet hammered from a 1 piece of steel).

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Helmet 70
price: 260 euro + mailing costs


Cabasset, infantryman helmet from 17th century. This is price for its basic version - without cheeks covers, tube for feathers, and with the ordinary steel rivets. Steel covers for cheeks costs 35euro, fixing for feathers - 10euro. I can also replace steel rivets by brass rosettes for 1,5 euro per each. This helmet is welded in 2 parts, made of 1,5mm steel. Surface - hammered, blackened with a beeswax (*5). On request, I can do this model without welding (helmet hammered from a 1 piece of steel).

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