Of celtic origin, the Montefortino helmet was used from the IV/III century b.C. The romans adopted it after the wars against the celts. And used it until the end of the republic, when they adopted simpler models. Normally it was used with feathers on the top. Made in brass.
This is a reproduction of one of the first Coolus models, the one found at Xanten (Germany). The flat and narrw neckguard dates this helmet from the last years of the first century b.C. or the first years of the first century A.D. The crest knob is very unusual. Made in brass.
This is the reproduction of a helmet found in Schaan (Liechstenstein), dated from the first quarter of the first century A.D. The original helmet was found in perfect condition and without crest knob. Made in brass.
this Coolus E helmet is the reconstruction of a helmet found in London, from the times of the Claudian invasion of England (43 A.D.) The checkpieces are copies from some items in the British Museum. Made in brass.
This Coolus G is one of the most beautiful and well reproduced Coolus Helmets. The original was found in Drusenheim, near Haguenau in Alsace. It belonged to a soldier from the Legio IV Macedonica. It's dated from the third quarter of the first century A.D. Made in brass
This is the first model of the Imperial Galic series of helmets. They were inspired by the helmets used by the gauls in the wars against the romans, that finished with the conquest of Gaul. This helmet, Imperial Galic A, was found in Nimegen, Holland, and it's dated from the fourth quarter of the first century b.C. Made in iron.
This helmet was discovered in the river Kupa, in Yugoslavia. The Imperial Galic C presents some differences from the fist models of galic helmets. It has some decorations in brass, multiplies and exagerates the frontal "eyebrow" relieves, made to protect the user from frontal blows and appends a brass piece on the sommet to fix a crest. Iron helmet with...
This helmet is dated from the middle of the first century A.D. This is the Imperial Galic F helmet. The original was found in Besançon, France.
This helmet was discovered in Weisenau, Germany, near the river Rhin.
This Imperial Galic H helmet is one of the most used by all the reenactment groups around the world.
This is the Imperial Galic I helmet. The original was found in Mainz, Germany. Made in brass, so it has maintenance advantages over the iron helmets. No oxid to clean. It has lateral tubes to fix plumes.
This helmet was found in Bulgarie, is one of the first models of helmet with face mask, Kalkriese type, and now is in New York. The mask is in bronze, hinged to a classical Imperial Gallic helmet, in iron with brass decorations. The cheek pieces covers the ears, indicating its use as a cavalry helmet. Iron helmet with brass decorations, mask in brass.
This helmet was found in Aquincum, Hongary. It's a memeber of the Imperial Galic family of helmets, but it's made in brass, and has a crest knob very different from the other models.