Medieval Iron Four-plate helmet, Eastern Europe, 9th - 11th century. - 17×20×17 cm

Description
Medieval Iron Four-plate helmet, Eastern Europe, 9th - 11th century. - 17×20×17 cm
9-11 Jhr. - Europe

Tapered, slightly oval iron bell made of four overlapping, riveted segments with a simple edge.
Side holes for attaching a chin strap.

Surface with incrustations and traces of corrosion. Height: 17 cm

A comparable example can be found today in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (Acc. No. 29.158.32). See Howard M. Curtis, 2500 Years of European Helmets, Dallas 1977, p. 23.

Provenance: From a South German private collection

I bought this helmet from Hermann-Historica, Munich


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Conical, slightly oval iron bell made of four overlapping, riveted segments with a simple edge.
Side holes to attach a chin strap.

Surface with encrustation and corrosion traces. Height: 17 cm

A similar specimen is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (Acc. No. 29.158.32). compare Howard M. Curtis, 2500 Years of European Helmets, Dallas 1977, p. 23.

Provenance: from a South German private collection

I bought this helmet at Hermann-Historica in Munich


Important information. The seller guarantees that he is authorised to sell / export this item.
The seller shall ensure that all necessary permits, such as an export permit, are issued.
The seller will inform the buyer if this should take more than a few days.

Lot details
Culture
Medieval
Material
Iron
Object
Four-plate helmet, Eastern Europe, 9th - 11th century.
Dimensions
17×20×17 cm
Century/ Timeframe
9-11 Jhr.
Origin
Europe
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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