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Etched Bascinet Longface

Stainless klapvisor helmet, late 14th c.

Standard shipping: Free
Standard shipping time:23-28 Days
Express shipping: $71.00 to
Express shipping time: 10-14 Days
Manufacturing time: 28-42 Days
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This item is part of the “Paladin” collection View collection

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Mark Randolph
08 of January 2014

I received my helmet today.I was very worried since the package looked horribly mangled,Opening the package I was impressed with the care that was taken in wrapping the helm for shipping there was no way a ding or dent was getting through all the wrapping.The helm is one of the most well fitting and beautiful helms I own I look forward to getting matching armor in the future.I will highly recommend Armstreet to my friends for high quality beautiful armor! Duke Marcus Greythorne "Royal Ages"

ArmStreet team

Happy to hear this, thanks for your feedback! Always welcome
back to ArmStreet!

Bobby Cox
20 of January 2001

Thank you for a prompt delivery. Very happy with the purchase.

ArmStreet team

Thank you!

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12 of January 2020

are there any other leather colors that could be used for the aventail?

ArmStreet Team

Yes, we can make it with black leather upon request. 

Jonathan Peters
27 of May 2015

How do i go about getting this in stainless steel?

ArmStreet team

This helmet comes in 14 ga (2 mm) stainless steel by default.

Jarl Jon Makarson of Sweden
18 of April 2015

Hello Armstreet, I recently posted about whether or not I could substitute the pig faced bascinet for your visored sugarloaf helm in the King's Guard armour set, but I feel, historically speaking, that the bascinet is favourable to an "antique sugarloaf". So, I was wondering if this helm (the longface klapvisor bascinet) can be substituted in the place of the pig faced bascinet in the King's Guard kit, and if the etching on this helm can be done to match the etching in that kit. Also, would it be unfeasable for there to be the engraved brass strips put onto this helm? Thanks, and have a great day!

ArmStreet team

“The King's Guard” bascinet can be replaced with longface Italian bascinet. Definitely we can make it with brass borders and rivets, but w/o Latin inscriptions, sorry.

Optionally can be made with “The King's Guard” style etching (as shown in the “The King's Guard” pauldrons, cuirass and so on), please email us at contact@armstreet.com for more details.

Jeff Nash
07 of January 2015

Hello, I have a few questions about this item. I'm wondering what is this helmet's weight? I'm looking for custom etching to be done in a Norse style pattern such as on your stunning Viking helms. Also I'm curious if my aventail from Ulfberth would be compatible with the helmet and if so, what is required for the installation process. Thanks for your time. Sincerely, Jeff

ArmStreet team

About 6.5 kg (14.3 lb) with aventail.

Technically this is doable, but such a mixture of styles (Norse/Viking pattern and Italian helmet) will not look good. Viking helmets also have a different shape, so the pattern should be completely remade, so this modification prices will start at $150 extra.

As for the aventail - to answer this question we need a photo, you can send it to contact@armstreet.com.

10 of April 2014

Hi, I am interested in your Medieval Italian Etched Bascinet Helmet Narrow Face in S or M sized head. How much would a '16 ga' stainless weight in lbs - 1) with visor 2) without visor Thanks, Jeff

ArmStreet team

About 6.5 kg (14.3 lb) with visor
and 5.7 kg (12.5 lb) without visor approximately.

Mark Randolph
03 of April 2014

Hello, I recently purchased your Italian barbute and I love it so does everyone who sees it as well! My question is can I still purchase a bargrill after the fact? I know fitting might be a problem in the latch area but if you make the same size often...I can do a little fitting here as well decided I may need one for some of the summer wars.thank you for your time Mark

ArmStreet team

Technically this is doable - but as you said, there may be some fitting problems. The visor separately costs around $150.

christopher watkins
25 of January 2014

I have your western style legs, arms and pauldrons and was wondering if you could do the etching on one of these to match. with the vines and flower type etching. and if so, how much extra would it be?

ArmStreet team

Floral etching costs $100 extra.

Sean Thompson
20 of January 2001

Wonderful product, outstanding quality. Excellent communication. Excellent experience!

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