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  • Pikeman’s Cabasset Helmet - 16 gauge

    Extracted directly from the engravings, we've interpreted and reproduced this beautiful cabasset. It is ideal for 17th century re-enactment from the English Civil War era. In the engravings, pikemen can be seen wearing this protection combined with a breastplate (MH-A0798).They can also be seen on arquebus troops and are represented in the art of other places and on other troops. The cheek plates included were used to protect the neck and face of the wearer and became a common feature of the age.

    This helmet is constructed from 16 gauge steel making it great for English Civil War era re-enactment. Leather chin strap included.

    Inner Circumference: 61cm

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £82.37 Incl. Tax: £98.84

  • English Civil War Cabasset/Morion - 14 gauge

    Our English Civil War Cabasset/Morion is crafted from 14 gauge steel with a 16 gauge brim, making is great for re-enactment. It features an adjustable linen liner and adjustable leather chin strap.

    Inner Circumference: 61cm

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £95.26 Incl. Tax: £114.31

  • Spanish Comb Morion - 14 gauge

    The Morion Helmet was popular with the foot soldiers of European armies in the 16th and 17th centuries. It is thought to have originated in Spain and would certainly have been worn by soldiers of the Spanish Armada. This style of helmet is associated with soldiers of the English Civil War where it was commonly known as a "Pikeman's Pot". They were predominantly worn by the soldiers of Cromwell's New Model Army, along with breastplates and buff coats. Surviving morions from the siege of Colchester Castle in 1648 have been unearthed within its grounds and are now preserved in the castle. Some of the best-preserved morions from the English Civil War can now be seen in the Royal Armouries collection in Leeds.

    Suitable for 16th & 17th-century re-enactment, especially English Civil War Pikemen.

    Manufactured in 2mm steel, with a 1.6mm brim and plume to the rear.

    Perimeter: 63cm 

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £88.30 Incl. Tax: £105.96

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