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This Great Helmet is a reproduction of a late medieval helm owned by the family Rieter von... more
Product information "Great Helmet of Rieter von Kornburg, Nuremberg circa 1375"
This Great Helmet is a reproduction of a late medieval helm owned by the family Rieter von Kornburg and found in their tomb in the Allerheiligenkirche Kleinschwarzenlohe, Germany. The family Rieter von Kornburg (=Knights of Kornburg) were medieval patricians, evidently living in Nuremberg since 1361. The helmet is dated around 1375 and was thought to have been made in the armorer's yard in Nuremberg. Today it is exhibited in the Germanische Nationalmuseum (GNM) in Nuremberg. Our reconstruction is hand-made of 1.6 mm steel. All steel parts have been riveted with brass rivets as well as the brass fittings on the front. These just were painted on the original piece. The helmet features a chainmail aventail from butted springsteel rings (BTW) , a very comfortable, adjustable and padded liner as well as a riveted leather chin strap with brass buckle. A very authentic and high-quality helm suitable for re-enactment by ULFBERTH®. Details for size Medium: - size: suitable for head circumference up to 62 cm long distance (front to back): approx. 22.5 cm short distance (ear to ear): approx. 19 cm - Material: 1.6 mm steel - Comes with chain mail aventail made of butted springsteel rings, internal diameter 8 mm - Incl. a riveted padded cloth liner and leather chin strap - weight: approx. 3.55 kg Dies ist ein Produkt von ULFBERTH®.
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