Viking Helms from Medieval Collectables
Viking helms were made of iron during the Viking Age. The helm was in the shape of a rounded or peaked cap made from four plate and a simple noseguard. Some Viking helms could have had a mail aventail. Other names for the Viking helm are Norse helms, Gjermundbu helm, Spangenhelm, Viking horned helm and the Coppergate helm. Medieval Collectables carries many authentic and fully functional Viking helms. Viking helms will complete your armor set of those Viking reenactments or parties.
This new helmet is rich with deeply embossed Celtic knotwork detail across and around the crown and on the nose guard. Raised traditional dog designs embellish the hinged cheek plates for that added touch of detail.
Valsgarde is one of the oldest known excavation sites in Sweden. Containing an untold amount of treasures from the last two millenniums, there is no way to measure its importance. This helm is estimated to be from the 8th century.
This historical Anglo-Saxon Helmet style dates back to the 6th Century! Our Anglo-Saxon Helmet dates later into the century and is handcrafted by skilled armorers from 18 gauge steel, with brass accents to emulate the original.
Our leather helms are perfect for re-enactors, LARP, and faire goers. They are lighter and more versatile than steel, while still providing an authentic look and modest protection to suit any class of warrior.
You will swear you found a long lost artifact from a real Viking stronghold as you relive the life of a conquering Viking warrior with this 14 gauge helmet with cheek plates. It offers authentic style and real protection!
Vikings and other Norse warriors were well-known for their attempt to emulate the fury and prowess of animals, and this Viking Wolf Helmet is likely an attempt to channel the power of the wild wolf, creating a warrior blessed by Odin.
The Epic Norman Nasal Helmet follows the traditional design of a helm used throughout Western Europe from the Early Middle Ages and beyond. Become a warrior under the command of William the Conqueror with this helm guarding your brow.
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The Coppergate Helmet was recovered during excavations in the ancient city of York in 1982. The Anglo-Saxon helm is of archeological importance. The inscription on the crest is an invocation for protection from the helmets owner.
The design of the fine Viking helm is based on fragments found at ancient Viking burial sites. The Sutton Hoo Viking King Helm is full sized and wearable. This Viking helm is crafted from 18 gauge steel featuring brass accents.
This helmet provides one of the most period accurate pieces for Viking re-enactors. Made of 14 Gauge Steel, it will stand up to anything thrown at it. It is a replica of an original found at Gjermundbu Village in Norway.
From the chaotic time of the Dark Ages comes this magnificent helmet worn by the elite mounted troops of the Slavic princedoms. The Vendel Viking Helm allows you to armor yourself like a true warrior.
If you are looking for a Viking helmet to wear for your reenactment, then you may wish to consider wearing this Gjermundbu Helmet with Aventail. Not only is it highly protective, but it is also a historically accurate Viking helmet.
Conical helmets made up from separate metal plates 'spangen' held together and reinforced with metal banding and rivets were in use as early as the 6th century and continued to be used in various forms as late as the 15th century.
This skillfully hand-crafted pre-13th century helm gets the name Camail from the meaning curtain-mail, in which a protective curtain of chainmail is hung from the helm. Our wearable historical life size helm is made of 18 gauge steel.
The Spectacle Helmet is a variation of the Viking Spangenhelm and is so named for the eyepieces formed integrally with the nasal. This Viking Helmet is crafted in 16 gauge steel, leather lined and ready for use.
This Nasal helmet features a reinforced 10 gauge nasal and is leather lined with a chin strap. The rest of the helmet is made in 16 gauge steel and is ready for use. The Nasal Helmet is somewhat lightweight and great for reenactments.
This skillfully handcrafted Norman helm is a wonderful example of the style worn by the Norman knights of the 11th century. This fully wearable life size helm is made of 18 gauge steel and will ignite the spirit of the age in you.
This wearable Norman helm is a functional and skillfully handcrafted, once being used during the 11th and 12th century. This helm style was worn by the Vikings and Norman knights, and it comes complete with leather chin strap.
The Nasal Helm was originally designed in the early 9th century, but soon evolved into its own. It was the most plentiful helmet used in the early middle ages, and was used well into the late middle ages as well.
This helmet is a stunning recreation of one found in a burial at Sutton Hoo in England. Named after where it was found, this Sutton Hoo Deluxe Helmet is an intricate piece of armor that features decorations worthy of a king.
This Viking Helmet is a wearable historical size helm that is made of 18 gauge steel. The Viking helmet would make a great addition to your medieval helmet collection or wear out on the battlefield during a medieval reenactment.
This style of helmet was commonly used from the 6th to the 12th century, due in part to its effective and straight-forward nature. That makes helmets like this 14 Gauge Steel Norman Helmet quite iconic, and instantly recognizable, too.
The Vikings were not always known for the flashiest of helmets, but they frequently wore some of the most effective for their period. This Viking Spangenhelm - Dark Metal Finish recreates one such helmet for the modern-day warrior.
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The Vikings were walking proof that you did not need to have an overly complex helmet to keep your head safe. This 14 Gauge Steel Viking Helmet is a modern-day reproduction of the same helm that Viking warriors would have favored.
This impressive piece is modeled after a helmet found in a burial site at Sutton Hoo, in England. Deriving its name from where it was found, the Sutton Hoo Helmet is an example of how elaborate and imposing Viking helms could be.
The Vikings were a group of warriors whose helmets could be truly varied. Some were simple, some were not. This Viking Spectacle Helmet falls into the latter category, combining several features into an impressive, protective headgear.
A horned helmet is an iconic representation of a typical Viking and his headgear. And this Viking Horned Helmet would have fitted a Viking perfectly, featuring a simple, protective style that features large horns adorning its sides.
Named after a Saint Wenceslas I, Duke of Bohemia, this helmet is modeled after the one he wore when he defended Bohemia against the Mongol armies. That is very likely as this St. Wenceslas Helmet is simple and yet ruggedly effective.
This impressive helmet is modeled after an artifact that was attributed to actual Viking use. Found in Gjermundbu, Norway, the design is recreated and slightly modified to create this wicked looking, Viking Gjermundbu Helmet.
Just like other cultures throughout the middle ages, Viking helmets could vary. This Furdess Helmet is a variation of the typical Viking helm that trades in an open design and mail drapes in favor of greater facial protection.
The Vikings weren't always known for the showiest of helmets, but they frequently wore some of the most effective for their period. This Viking Spangenhelm - Steel recreates one such helmet for the modern-day warrior to wear.
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Wearing this Norman Knight Helmet, you will have quite the impressive silhouette. This helmets design differs from the typical helmets that Norman foot soldiers would have favored, making the elite warriors instantly recognizable.
The Economy Norman Helmet carries the name of those who commonly favored this design. It was favored for a reason, as its shape creates an effective design that works well at keeping a warriors head safe and protected during battle.
The original Coppergate Helmet, also known as the York Helmet, is one of only four Anglo-Saxon helmets discovered to date. Now, you can own an impressive reproduction of that remarkable piece, as this Deluxe Coppergate Helm.
Sometimes it is the simple solutions that work the best. This Single Reinforced Nasal Helmet looks like a simple helmet, and that is the truth. But this simple helmet is also based on a design that is highly effective and protective.
You almost could not ask for a more effective Norman or Viking helm than this Spangehelm Nasal Helmet. Historically, this was a helm worn by common soldiers and elite warriors alike, if only for the helms incredibly efficient design.
This is definitely one of the most heavy-duty Viking helmets that can be effectively used in combat. This Spectacle Helmet has taken a few features from an authentic Viking helmet and perfected them in this effective piece of armor.
Traveling from a distant land, a group of ancient warriors came to claim goods and supplies for their people. Easily step into character with the traditional Viking Mask Helmet, and prepare to conquer the rest of the world.
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There is a reason why this Norman helmet saw wide-spread use over the course of history. The Nasal Helmet might look simple, but it is that simplicity that makes this helmet so effective, as it offers great protection at little cost.
Patterned after a 9th century helmet found in Norway, the Gjermundbu Spectacle Helmet is an impressive Viking helmet. In many ways, it is a typical Norman helmet that has evolved and taken on a few of the Vikings intimidating traits.
Named after a Saint Wenceslas I, Duke of Bohemia, this helmet is modeled after the one he wore when he defended Bohemia against the Mongol armies. That is very likely as this Wenceslas Helmet is simple and yet reliably effective.
The Celtic culture has taken several influences from Norse mythos and the culture as a whole. With recognizable symbols, the Viking Dragon Helm combines these two worlds in a helmet fit for a Norse warrior of mythic proportions.
The Norman style of helm was so effective that it was used up until the 10th century, during the crusades. This Early Crusader Trefoil Nasal Helmet is, in virtually all ways, a classic Norman helm that features more decoration.
Not only is this Norman Pieced Spangehelm a nice looking piece, but it is also historically accurate, having been worn by the Normans during their conquest of England. Other cultures also used this helm, thanks to its effective design.
Because Vikings are known as barbaric warriors, one may not know that their armor was often adorned with symbols and other decorations. With eye catching details, the Nasal Helm with Tail shows that is certainly not the case.
Modeled on the historical helmet style popular among the Norman peoples of Northern Europe during the Middle Ages, the Steel Eindal Norman Helmet features a conical shape as well as a distinctive nose guard riveted to the forehead.
The quintessential medieval helmet, the Norman Spangenhelm will complete almost any medieval soldier look with its open face and nose guard, and with its tough black lining its no chore to wear either.
Based on a helmet style popular in the middle ages for its increased ability to protect the face, the Norman Man-at-Arms Helm displays a conical shape with a strip of metal that extends down the center of the front as a nose guard.