Bronze Spartan Helmet with Crest
Spartan Crested Helmet, Bronze 
  $314 


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Weathered Bronze Greek/Spartan Helmet with Horse Hair Crest, Liner
Full Sized and Wearable (Includes Liner)
Made from 18-Gauge Bronze/Brass Composite
Impressive Black Horsehair Crest
Weathered/Etched for a Fresh-from-the-Battlefield Look
Display Stand Optional



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Crested Spartan Helmet, Antiqued
 Model# SBH-SPARTANCRESTED  $314
      Out of Stock
 

Accessories

Museum Quality Laquered Helmet Stand
 Model# SBA-HELMETSTAND-MUSEUM  $23
 (Originally $39) |     Out of Stock
 



Personalized Engraving
For a low price you can add a personalized engraving to your helmet stand. We will apply 2.5 inch by 1.25 inch solid brass plate to the helmet stand engraved with your personalized message. This makes for a truly wonderful gift or award. Just click-on the engrave button next to the helmet part number and use our engraving utility to enter up to three lines of text in the font of your choice.



This helmet is also available in Brass. Please see the Brass Spartan Crested Helmet For details.


That said, I can tell you that this helmet is a beauty. They're made from a brass/bronze alloy that has been acid etched and hand-antiqued for that fresh-from-the-battle look. It features Cointhian-style nasal and elongated cheek guards and a gorgeous black crest of trimmed horsehair.

The metal of the helmet is pocked and pitted as a bronze helmet would be, and is worn and abrased in sections to appear battle-scarred. No two of these helmets are the same as each one is hand-antiqued.

The helmet comes with a high quality leather liner and rugged chin strap for easy fitting.



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Did you know that Greek Hoplite soldiers placed their best fighters in the front and back of their formations? The ones in the front were placed there to meet their enemies first and hopefully drive them backward. The ones in the rear were there to make sure none of their fellow soldiers decided to break formation and run. Strongblade has a large selection of Greek swords, Greek Weapons and Greek Armor.
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