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Please Note

These metal helmets are not guaranteed suitable for re-enactment with steel weapons.

Armour Checking

These items should all meet current Lorien Trust armour checking guidelines unless otherwise stated.

Delivery Times Some of these items are imported and will take 4-6 weeks to be delivered if not in stock.


Alberto Morion Helmet
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The Morion developed from the Bascinet originally. The high dome is typical for this form. It was popular with pikemen, city militias and body/imperial guards.
Arlan Helmet
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Kegelhelmets were widely spread in medieval asia and europe in many different variations. This one has some cheek flaps, a high dome and a crest of horse hair. The maille protects neck and chest area. Wearing a padded coif recommended.
Baldric Helmet
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This normans helmet is equipped with a nasal, which gives additional protection to the facial area. We recommend one of our padded coifs is worn underneath this helmet.
Barbuta Helmet
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.
Visored Barbute
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.
Berthold Helmet
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This helmet shows a high, pointed skull piece with neck protection. The part on the forehead is riveted to the helmet and provides an additional protection to the wearer. The visor can be moved up if needed.
Beserker Dark metal helmet
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Helmet with leather chinstraps and leather inlay. The inlay is adjustable in height and comes with an extra 1cm and a 2cm thick padding for changing the diameter of the helmet for better fit for various head sizes.
Blacwin Helmet
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This Norman Helmet is known from many pictures, the most famous would be the Tapesty of Bayeux. It shows most knights and guardsmen wearing this exact style of helmet.
Bragi Helmet
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A classical viking helmet with a long nasal. It is decorated across the front. It has a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.
Burgonet
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Based on the historical helmet used in the 16th century by cavalry units. The visor is reinforced and shaped to fit comfortably around the face without constricting vision, framing a face protected by extended cheek guards.
Dietrich Helmet
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"Dietrich" spangenhelmet is the made with one central band along the skull part and detailed with an additional band wrapped around the rim. The helmet is being delivered with an inner liner of foam and a chin strap to hold it in place.
Edward Helmet
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The matching helmet to our armor series Edward. Its design is based on historical great helmets, but with more dynamic shaped eye slits. Like all pieces from this series the offset beading and the decorative rivets make it a real eye-catcher.
Einar Helmet
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This helmet is made with a round skull cap and finished with a protector for the eyes. The cap itself is decorated with two metal bands crosswise and another along the bottom edge.
Eindal Nasal Helm
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This helmet was designed following the exsample of the nothern european normanns helmet.
Fidelio Barbute
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The barbute is the italian variant of the bascinet and offers good protection for head and face without limiting view or breathing to much. We recommend wearing a padded coif with it.
Francis Helmet
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Includes a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.
Franz open Sallet
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This helmet is equipped with a cotton covered foam inlay and has a leather chin strap.
Fredrick Helmet
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The skull is protected by a rather high dome, which has an additional eye-protector. This simpler kind is especially good for the interpretation of a German warrior or a early-medieval Norman.
Goetz Sallet
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The helmet is delivered with an inner liner of foam and a leather chin strap.
Hakoroth Helmet
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The shape and form allow movability and good breathing and sight.
Halanor Barbute
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This barbute is inspired by the late Roman Empires horsemans helmet: it provides good protection to head and face and has an impressive look to itself.
Harold Helmet
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A classical spangenhelmet with facemask typically for the crusaders´period and an early form of the "great helmet". It has got a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.
Harding Helmet
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The original form has a high dome to protect the skull. This variation has a jagged application on its forehead.
Henning Spangenhelm
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This was a very common combat helmet in medieval europe. Typical for this make was the headband with the high dome and its metal stripes on the skull. This specific helmet has the typical cheek-flaps and a nasal to protect the wearers face.
Black Ice helmet
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An Official Conquest Black Ice Helmet. May not pass Lorien Trust Armour checks.
Illumine Helmet
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Illumine Helmet is a style of helmet inspired by the elven warriors of fantasy. Designed to protect the head during combat, the Illumine Helmet is sleek and elegant, as well as functional.
Jupp Helmet
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Worn by medieval footmen its wide brim protected well from attacks from above. Needless to say, that it does not interfere with breathing, nor vision and protects from sun or rain
Kaldor Great Helm
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The top part is adorned with four decorative plates like a crown. On the back it has got a flexible plate that covers the back of the head.
Kaspar Morion Helmet
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The "Kaspar" helmet is a typical riders armor from the 16th to 17th century. The facial protection is closed with a leather strip in front of the face, they are designed with holes to allow better hearing.
Kettle helmet
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.
Kettle helm with visor
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Worn in the medieval ages by many footmen, due to its good protection from strikes from above. The wide brim is pulled downwards and gives good protection against rain and the sun
Konrad Kettle Helm
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The kettle helmet is the stereotype of the english footman of the late medieval and early modern age.The wide brim, round scull cap and riveted band along bottom and middle of cap will make any groups concept look uniform.
Laurin Great Helm
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A classic great helmet with short neck. This guarantees you a better movement when wearing it. Additionally, this helmet has a leather band attached to the helmets forehead. This makes the helmet look finer and more detailed.
Magnus Helmet
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The long and elaborately built visor can be detached. This way the helmet can be worn as a barbute as well.
Manolo Barbute
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The barbute is the italian variation of the bascinet and was very popular in the 14th and 15th century. The sallet and the french armet helmet developed out of it later in the 15th century.
Mathes Sallet
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This helmet has a slim visor and a long, streamlined form. The neck lamellar have a nice detailing to them. The sallet developed from the kettle helmet originally. It was very popular with mercenaries and "Landsknechts".
Morion helmet
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Morion helmet with a small comb and cheek plates. The cheek plates are three parted and riveted to split leather. The helmet closes with leather straps.
Norman Nasal helmet
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.
Ottokar Bascinet
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This helmet is the classic bascinet with visor. It is a rounded face mask with slim slits for the eyes and many holes in the face for better breathing. The visor can be moved to the top to have an uncovered face for communication and better visibility.
Owen Kettle helmet
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one of the most worn types of helmets in medieval europe. It was easy to make and protected well against blows and strikes from above, from the horse downwards,so many infantrymen wore this type of helmet.
Persian Helm
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Inspired by ancient Asian armour, this helmet is made of 1 mm thick mild steel and features a nasal guard extends up over the forehead and offers great protection to the face. It can be removed by undoing a bolt if required.
Peter Helmet
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A classical "spangenhelmet" with facemask typical for the crusaders´period and an early form of the "great helmet". It has a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.
Ralf Kettle helmet
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The helmets form protects from hits from above and does not interfere with breathing or hearing. Oftentimes referred to as "the helmet of the commoner"
Ratio Helmet
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Epic Armoury’s Ratio Helmet is an asian-inspired piece of armour designed to protect the head during combat. Opponents and allies alike are sure to be struck with awe as you head into battle flaunting this stunning helmet.
Raven Helmet
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The Dark Raven Helmet is a skull cap helmet inspired by the spangenhelm of the early medieval period. The beak shaped face guard and metal cheek flaps provide great protection and visibility to the face, while the chainmail aventail gives neck protection.
Reginald Helmet
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This fantastic helmet is made from many metal pieces, which are riveted together to shape this extravagant helmet. The helmet is delivered without an inner padding and without the chin strap. This might not pass the Lorien Trust Armour check.
Ready for Battle helmet
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.
Robert Helm
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If you want to protect your head, but don't want to interfere with your hearing and sight we have just the right piece for you.The simple round helmet "Robert" with middle-ridge. It has a foamliner on the inside which is covered with a cotton cloth.
Rodrigo Morion helmet
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The Morion developed from the Bascinet originally. The high dome is typical for this form. It was popular with pikemen, city militias and body/imperial guards.
Roger Helmet
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A classical viking helmet assembled from two parts. The lower part is decorated with rivets. It has got a cotton covered foam padding on the inside and two leather straps to make it fit tightly to the head.
Roman troopers helmet
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We have seen loads of Roman Trooper helmets in the past, so why a new one… Well this trooper helmet is designed to fit the shape of a human head, and that is not something you can expect from all trooper helmets.
Roman Plumed
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The helm is reinforced with rolled-brass lining around the cheek guards and forehead, and embossed with floral brass rivets. A vibrant red plume of faux hair has been added to this helmet’s crest, creating a particularly impressive silhouette.
Rufus Helmet
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Hailing from the 13th century, designed to be worn underneath a great helmet in addition to the coif of mail. They became popular in the 16th century again, when worn by Landsknechts under their felt or leather hats.
Sallet helmet
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Full coverage helmet with visor and tail. The visor can open all the way up, and the tail is a three-part lobster tail.The Sallet is made from 1 mm steel, with steel rivets. Inside the helmet has an adjustable lining of black split leather.
Secret Helmet
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The small and snug fitting Secret Helmet is perfect when a visually stunning helmet would be too flashy on the battlefield, gaining unwanted attention. This helmet can easily be hidden under a hood or hat.
Sigismund burgonet
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This helmet is built along the historical burgonet from the early 16th century. The head is well protected inside a round skull cap with a high riser in the centre of the spine.
Sugar loaf helmet
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.
Tankred Helmet
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This helmet was built according to an italo-norman design. Its characteristics are the curved nasal and the counter swing in the upper part of the helm that resembles a phrygian hat. It has got a cotton covered foam padding on the inside.
Thore Helmet
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A classical "spangen helmet" from the early middle-ages. The surrounding riveted steel straps make it extremely robust against blows from the top.
Thorstein Helmet
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This classical Spangenhelm is inspired by the early medieval Norman model, which has its roots in nothern France and Sdandinavia.
Troy Dark helmet
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Helmet with leather chinstraps and leather inlay. The inlay is adjustable in height and comes with an extra 1cm and a 2cm thick padding for changing the diameter of the helmet for better fit for various head sizes.
Viking mask helmet
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.
Viking Spangenhelm
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Padded helmet with black leather inlay and leather straps.