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Roman Helmets, Crests, and Mounts

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AH6210 Attic Helmet
 
Perfect gorgeous helm for senior officers or if you portray a praetorian!  Horsehair crest with tail.  Fully embossed brass with cheek pieces and brow guard direct from sculpture.  An excellent helm for your impression!
 
$412.50

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DSC Tinned Gallic A (Iron/Bronze)
 
This is the newswet helm on the market from Daniyal steelcrafts.  The Gallic A based on the Guttman original.  Uses the Nijmegen cheek guard (the original did not have the cheek guards).  Available in the bronze and tinned version or an iron and tin version  that saves a few dollars.  The Bronze and tin version is sure to make your heartiest stitch counter happy.  An excellent Piece of kit. 
 
Tinned Bronze Gallic A $380
 
Tinned Iron Gallic A $340 

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AH6048 Berkasovo Late Roman Officer "Jeweled" Helm
 
Late Roman or Byzantine brass helm with semi-precious stone decorations.  Proper leather connections and hand sewn and pieced helm, perfect for a late era Roman General.  One of the most beautiful Deepeeka has ever made!
 
$525

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AH6049 Imperial Gallic Masked Helmet (Levy) 
Late style Sports helm.   "Imperial-Gallic” helms are based on the type of helmet used by the Gaul’s. These were more decorated than earlier varieties with embossed “eyebrows”, had a re-enforced peak and a ridged extension at the back as a neck-guard. These were initially probably made by Gallic smiths so retained the original influence in construction and design and stretched in use from the late 1st century BC through to the early 2nd century AD. These helmets were mainly made of iron with recesses for the ears and brass decoration including small circular bosses on the helmet and the cheek pieces. The crest holder consisted of a right-angled foot that slid into a tube on the crown of the helmet, although some versions found also have additional decorative plume holders at the ends of the peak.
 
$225

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 AH6050N Republican Montefortino 'b' (Brass)
 
The earliest forms of helmets were called “Montefortino”, after the first major find site and were the type of helmets that the early Republican consular armies would have used. These ranged from the 4th century BC to the 1st century AD. These helmets were made from brass and domed in shape, with a small extension at the back as a neck guard. They normally have a plug-in plume holder on the crown of the helmet, which was conical in shape and in the earliest forms with a scalloped decoration on the plume holder.
 
$262.50

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AH6051N Brass Coolus ''E'' (Walbrook) 
 
AH6051N Brass Coolus ''E'' is an excellent example of a simple well done helm for earlier Roman or Auxiliary impressions.  One of the best 1st Gen Deepeeka helms.  The “Coolus” variety, which covered the period 3rd century BC to at least 79AD. These were based on a Gallic form of helmet made in the Coolus district of Marne. In form they were a simple hemispherical bowl made out of bronze with a reinforcing peak running horizontally across the brow and with a larger extension at the back as a neck guard. Most have a simple spike as a plug-in plume or crest holder.
 
$244

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AH6052N Gallic G (Worms)
 
The Newest and best Deepeeka helm out there.  Extremely well done and recommended by the authorities!  "Imperial-Gallic” helms are based on the type of helmet used by the Gaul’s. These were more decorated than earlier varieties with embossed “eyebrows”, had a re-enforced peak and a ridged extension at the back as a neck-guard. These were initially probably made by Gallic smiths so retained the original influence in construction and design and stretched in use from the late 1st century BC through to the early 2nd century AD. These helmets were mainly made of iron with recesses for the ears and brass decoration including small circular bosses on the helmet and the cheek pieces. The crest holder consisted of a right-angled foot that slid into a tube on the crown of the helmet, although some versions found also have additional decorative plume holders at the ends of the peak.
 
AH6052N Gallic G (Introductory Price)
$135

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AH6053N New Imperial Gallic H (Augsburg)  
 
Another beautiful tweaking to our good old standby AH6053N has resulted in this beautiful new model, theHA6053N Gallic H.  Perfect for nearly any re-enacting unit, of any standard level.  Kudos to Armae in France, for their work improving Deepekas helment line!  "Imperial-Gallic” helms are based on the type of helmet used by the Gaul’s. These were more decorated than earlier varieties with embossed “eyebrows”, had a re-enforced peak and a ridged extension at the back as a neck-guard. These were initially probably made by Gallic smiths so retained the original influence in construction and design and stretched in use from the late 1st century BC through to the early 2nd century AD. These helmets were mainly made of iron with recesses for the ears and brass decoration including small circular bosses on the helmet and the cheek pieces. The crest holder consisted of a right-angled foot that slid into a tube on the crown of the helmet, although some versions found also have additional decorative plume holders at the ends of the peak. The H has a more sloped neckgard and slightly different eyebrow ridges.
 
$135

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AH6054N Imperial Italic D (Mainz)
 
Another new helm from Deepeeka.  Gorgeous decor is nearly too perfect.  Beautiful as close up as it looks in the pics.  Great for later impressions 150 to 200.
 
Regularly $207

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AH6054K Italic ''D'' (Krefeld)
 
Another Italic D based on the Krefeld Helm.  once again a beautiful helm from Deepeeka.  Cheekpieces are slightly different.  The D's are more expensive due to the extra decoration, but it is more than worth it for the later impressions.
 
$207

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AH6055N Coolus ''C'' (Schaan)
Great for an earlier leginary impression or for auxiliaries, a newly redesigned Coolus is another Deepeeka winner.  The “Coolus” variety, which covered the period 3rd century BC to at least 79AD. These were based on a Gallic form of helmet made in the Coolus district of Marne. In form they were a simple hemispherical bowl made out of bronze with a reinforcing peak running horizontally across the brow and with a larger extension at the back as a neck guard. Most have a simple spike as a plug-in plume or crest holder.
 
$225

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AH6056N Imperial Italic G (Hebron)
 
A Great Dacian war helm with the reinforced steel ridges to protect against the vicious weapons of that particular enemy.
 
$187.50

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AH6057N Imperial Italic C (Cremona)
Great for a 2nd Century AD Infantry Impression!
 
 
$244

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AH6060N Imperial Gallic I (Aquincum)
Based on a find from Aquincum, this piece is appropriate for both 2nd and early 3rd Century AD impressions.

$282

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AH6061 Imperial Gallic G Special Command
 
Includes black and natural fron to back crest.  Good helm for an Optio imression (note:  We do not know what the optio actually wore crest wise, but many groups use the crest and side feather to designate the Optio).
 
$195

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AH6066 Imperial Gallic H Special Command
 
Another great helm to use for an Optio or tesserarius impression.  iNlcudes crest and mount.
 
$195

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AH6068 Imperial Gallic G with Crest
 
The older Gallic G with crest
 
$195

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AH6069 Imperial Gallic H Centurion
 
New gallic H, crest, and adapter
 
$195

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AH6070 Imperial Gallic G Centurion
 
$195

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AH6302N Imperial Italic H (Niedermoermter)
 
 
 
$357

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AH6303 Auxiliary Infantry Brass Helm
This helmet by Deepeeka lives up to its name, and is great for your Principate Auxiliary Impression!

$244

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AH6304N Imperial Italic H (Guttmann)
 
The loaf and mouse helm, very well done. Great for a 2nd or 3rd Century AD Impression.
 
$319

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AH6305 Auxiliary Cavalry/Infantry ''E''

Originally classified as a Roman cavalry helmet by Russell Robinson, it is now believed that these helmets could have also been used by the Roman infantry. This helmet of iron construction with brass trim dates from around 150 to 200 AD. The original on which it is based was found in a Roman fort near Frankfurt.

$207


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AH6306N Imperial Gallic A (Nijmegen)
 
One of the newest and most unique Deepeeka helms.
 
 
$132

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AH6307N Imperial Gallic ''C'' 1st C.AD (Sisak) 
 
One of the more beautiful of Deepeeka's offerings, also very accurate shape.  One of Dan Petersons' favorites (he was showing one off at Lafe last year).
 
$150

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AH6308N Coolus ''G'', 1st C.AD (Drusenheim)
 
The “Coolus” variety, which covered the period 3rd century BC to at least 79AD. These were based on a Gallic form of helmet made in the Coolus district of Marne. In form they were a simple hemispherical bowl made out of bronze with a reinforcing peak running horizontally across the brow and with a larger extension at the back as a neck guard. Most have a simple spike as a plug-in plume or crest holder.
 
 
$225

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AH6309N Von Gravert Helmet
 
$262.50

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AH6310N Buch Helmet (Rainau)
Another Great 3rd Century AD Helmet! 

 
$262.50

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AH6713 Cavalry Sports Helmet (Ribchester)
 
$330

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AH6315B Imperial Gallic F (Besancon)
 
A new offerring from Deepeeka for 2007. Appropriate for a 1st Century AD Impression.
 
$150

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AH6316N Coolus ''D'' (Haltern)
 
New Coolus design for 2007, the “Coolus” variety, which covered the period 3rd century BC to at least 79AD. These were based on a Gallic form of helmet made in the Coolus district of Marne. In form they were a simple hemispherical bowl made out of bronze with a reinforcing peak running horizontally across the brow and with a larger extension at the back as a neck guard. Most have a simple spike as a plug-in plume or crest holder.
 
$207

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AH6317N Italic ''B'' (Bucharest)
 
AH6317N Italic ''B'' is new for 2007. Another great choice for a 1st or early 2nd century AD impression!
 
$150

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AH6318N Celtic Montefortino
 
 
A well made gallic or celtic chieftans helm in the pattern later copied by the Romans.  Great 3-disc cheek guards.  Steel, with proper short back brim and more.  Great new helm from Deepeeka. 
 
Rome must fall!!
 
$132 INTRODUCTORY PRICE!!

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AH6352N Imperial Gallic ''G'' (Worms)
Another new helm for 2007

$337.50


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AH6375 1st Century Cavalry Helmet (Northwich)
 
A great 1st century helm in all brass, beautiful design, very accurate (an N model).  Very high quality and perfect for the cavalry trooper in your unit.  Click on the photo to view the detail page.
 
 
$300

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AH6712 Archer Helmet
Don't have what it takes for close-ordered combat? Well this is the Helmet for you! Take out your enemies from afar with this principate Auxiliary Archer helmet! Enemies not included.

$162

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AH6723 Berkasovo-Type Helmet (Deurne)
Based on the find in Deurne, this piece is great for a Roman Cavalry or Officer Impression, and the best example of this helmet readily availible on the market! No late Roman officer is complete without it!
 
$357

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AH6714N Berkasovo Helmet
Another Late Roman piece, dating to the 4th-5th Centuries. Great for your Late Roman Infantryman or Cavalryman Impression!
 
$187.50
 

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AH6715N Burgh Castle Ridge Helmet
The Burgh Castle Helmet is based on finds from... well, Burgh Castle, and this Helmet makes a great piece for a 4th century infantry or cavalry Impression.
 
$187.50

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AH6716N Intercisa-I Ridge Helmet
Depeeka's Best Late Roman Ridge Helmet! This piece is perfect for your 4th or 5th Century Infantryman impression. Also could be modified to serve in a Foederati impression!
 
$150.00

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AH6722 Intercisa-II Ridge Helmet
Based on another set of finds from Intercisa, Hungary, this ridge helmet is great for your 4th-5th century Infantryman Impression.


$150

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AH6351 Intercisa II Ridge Helmet with Crest
Great for a 4th-5th Century Infantry or Cavalry Impression.
 
 
 
$150

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AH6101 Transverse Centurion Red Plume
 
Red Transverse (Centurion) Plume and Brass Mount.  Authentic red horsehair glued into a metal crest box with wood mounts.  Includes leather ties.  Only available in red!  Will not fit on the helm back to front without modification!
 
$54/STRONG>

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AH6102 White Plume (front to back)
 
A NATURAL colored (not bright white) horsehair crest.  This cres accepts dye very easily, darker better due to its tan nature.  Will not mount transverse!  Box is distinct tot he front to bakc crests.  Click on the image to read our detailed review of the Deepeeka crests!  Price DOES NOT include the brass crest mount (available below)!
 
$54
 
AH6105 Black Plume (front to back)
 
$60
 
AH6104 White and Black "Special Command" Crest (front to back)
 
$60

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AH6106 Front to Back Crest Mount
 
Brass crest mount replacement for those shipped with the front to back crests.  Included with the crested helms but NOT with the crests above. 
 
$15
 
AH6107 Transverse Crest Mount
 
Brass crest mount replacement for those shipped with the transverse Centurion crests and helms.  Included with the crested helms but NOT with the crests above. 
 
$15

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SOTW Hand Made Feather Crest
 
SOTW is proud to offer hand made feather crests for your centurio or legionary impression!  We can now offer beautiful feather crests in single or double rows (each row has 33 feathers) and any color combination you can imagine!  Crest boxes are made of wood and hardwoods or specialty woods can be used or we can stain a less expensive wood to your spec.  Alternatively, SOTW will paint your crest box a solid color or do a geometric OR your personalized design on the box!  Pricing varies depending on exactly what you want, but STARTS at $100 for a single row solid color crest (all the pics are of single row crests except my red "Albion" double row with painted box) with stained or painted crest box.  For two colors of feathers just add $5.  Other prices on request.
 
SOTW Feather Crests:  Starting at $100
 
Does NOT include crest mount!

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SOTW Helmet Display Stand
 
 
An perfect display stand for your Roman Helm.  Black painted heavy wood stand screws together and makes your Roman Helm a beautiful addition to the house... not just your Kit box!  Pick up a couple to show off your entire collection.
 
 
$15.00
 

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