Vindicator Great Helm
This impressive battle-ready piece has decorative golden studs worked in a double-cross design on the face visor as well as along the nape of the helm. Crafted in steel this great helm is fashioned like a Sugarloaf Helm due to its conical skull. The conical shape made it much more difficult to damage the helm in battle because blows could be shed from it easily.
The decorative and functional visor pivots from a single hinge attached at the top of the visor allowing for ease of donning or removing the life-size museum-quality helm.
This type of helm was generally used during the 13th century.
The steel would be 16-18