Greek Helmets from Medieval Collectables
Ancient Greece is famous not only for there philosophers, architects and scholars, but also for her ability to conduct effective war on land and sea. The Corinthian Helmet was favored by the Ancient Greeks, now you can own your very own. We have a wide selection of Greek helmets that come in a variety of finishes that include, steel, blackened steel, bronze, and brass. We have Spartan helmets, trojan helmets, plumed Greek Corinthian helmets, and Royal Corinthian helmets. The Greek helmet is a simple yet elegant design helmet that could be pushed back to rest on the head when not in use, allowing view of the face and is portrayed in many Greek works of art.
We proudly introduce the helmet of King Leonidas from Frank Millers 300, the graphic novel. Developed by working closely from the source material, and in direct consultation with Frank Miller, this helmet is made as he envisioned it.
Made from the finest materials, this helmet is made of steel, plated in antiqued brass, and fully lined in leather with an adjustable liner. It includes display stand and certificate of authenticity featuring the work of Frank Miller.
On Sale For: $250.00
This helmet is by far one of the most superior Trojan style helmets that we have to offer. The styling is great, the finish cannot be beat, and it is completely lined on the inside. The dark metal finish is also rust and scratch resistant!
On Sale For: $134.90
The Corinthian style helmet favored by ancient Greeks enjoyed a long period of use, from the early 7th to the 4th Century B.C. Our reproduction is handcrafted in 18 gauge steel. Add a touch of history to your life with this helmet.
With its distinctive shape, the Italo Brass Corinthian Helm with Plume is one of the most identifiable helmets of history. The iconic helm of the Spartan warrior, this helmet was favored by many Greeks because of its protective design.
The corinthian style of helmet originated in Corinth and was favored because of its protective shape. The Royal Corinthian Helmet with Plume replicates this original style, while adding ornamentation that is decorative and functional.
More than just Spartans fought against the Persians. In 300 Rise of an Empire, we see the fight of many against the invasion. Every one of the warriors in the film are likely to be seen wearing this 300 Rise of an Empire Grecian Helmet.
On Sale For: $205.00
Our authentically styled Charioteer Helm will take you back to the days of old Greece. The helm portrayed in the great chariot races of history, this helm features a real hair tail plume, studded accents, and is hand crafted of brass.
With its classic Greek styling and appearance, it is not difficult to picture an ancient Greek hero wearing the Trojan War Helmet as they charge into battle. This helmet offers full protection as well as an impressive black plume.
The Macedonian Battle Helm is a straight-forward design that implements a great deal of protection, as well as a crest along the top of the helm, making it a great helmet for a simple warrior or for a warlord like Alexander the Great.
The Boeotian Helmet originated in Boeotia, a region of Greece. The helmet is modeled after a folded down sunhat and is designed to provide for unimpeded hearing and vision, and thus it was primarily used by cavalry and mounted soldiers.
300 - Rise of an Empire may focus on the Athenians, but they were not the only ones who fought the Persians. When the Spartans fought, they did so as Greek hoplites, complete with a 300 Rise of an Empire Spartan Helmet.
Perhaps almost as well known as the Greek city-state of Sparta was their rival, Athens. And as Sparta's rivals, their warriors were no slouches in battle, often wearing impressive helmets like the Athenian Hoplite Helmet into battle.
The iconic image of a Spartan is not complete unless he wears his bronze helmet. The Spartan's Corinthian Helmet, though, is no t merely a Spartan innovation, but rather a helmet that was favored and used by all ancient Greek warriors.
With its distinctive shape, the Italo Iron Corinthian Helmet is one of the most identifiable helmets of history. The iconic helm of the Spartan warrior, this helmet was favored by many Greeks because of its protective design.
With its distinctive shape, the Antiqued Italo Corinthian Helmet is one of the most identifiable helmets of history. The iconic helm of the Spartan warrior, this helmet was favored by many Greeks because of its protective design.
With its distinctive shape, the Brass Italo Corinthian Helmet is one of the most identifiable helmets of history. The iconic helm of the Spartan warrior, this helmet was favored by many Greeks because of its protective design.
Based on the helmet worn by the Athenian general in 300 Rise of an Empire, this General Themistokles Helmet is an interpretation of the classic Greek helmet, rendered in bronze and fitted with a crest that marked the wearer.
On Sale For: $250.00
Recreating the classic style of the attic helm that originated in Attica, Greece, the Grecian Attic Helmet is a fantastic helmet that features an impressive and archaic look, despite the helmet style having lacked widespread use.
Ancient Greek armor really does not get any more iconic than a Corinthian helmet with a long plume. This Black Plumed Trojan Helm is a sleek way to recreate the look of a mighty Greek Warrior in your decor or period themed costume.
On Sale For: $78.75
History buffs can delight in the excellent styling of this fantastic historical helmet. The Trojan Helmet features the extended guards along the sides of the face and nose guard typical of various Greek and Roman helmets of the time.
On Sale For: $80.10
According to artistic and archaeological findings, the Corinthian helmet is thought to be the most commonly worn helmet during the Archaic periods. This Greek Corinthian Helmet offers a wonderful choice for display or costume wear.
On Sale For: $67.50
This style of helmet originated in ancient Greece and takes its name from the city state of Corinth. The Corinthian Helmet with cheek plates and nose guard was one of the most popular helmets during the early Classical periods.