Anglo-Saxon and Viking Coppergate Helmet 750 AD
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We are offering a high quality replica of the famous Coppergate helmet.The original helmet, which experts date to be from the eigth century AD and to be of Anglo-Saxon origin, was found just outside the wellknown Coppergate (York) archeological site.
York was the center of a Viking territory and a kingdom under the Danish vikings. It was named Jorvik at the time. The helmet is very similar to the Viking helmets, best known for their nose protection (nasal).
It has 2 cheek guards similar to the much earlier Roman legionaries helmets and a curtain of chainmail to protect the neck.
The helmet is made with 16 gauge steel with brass decoration. It is lined with leather and fits anybody with a hat size up to 61 cms (7.1/2 British). Its total weight is 3.5 kg (7.75 lbs).