The bassinet or bascinet was a Medieval European open-faced helmet, typically with an aventail and hinged visor. The early visions sometimes had a neck defense of chainmail, camail, while later versions often protected the neck with a separate but attached plate assembly called a colletin. The bascinet, both with and without visor was the most common helmet worn in Europe during the latter portions of the 14th and early 15th century.
Is fully padded with good chin strap and is ready to go.
Size: 710mm external circumference, 690mm internal circumference
Weight: 2.2kg approx
Gauge: 14 gauge - 2mm
Metal Finish: Polished
Combat Rating = 10 of 10
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