HELMETS



Early XV c. visored bascinet "hundsgugel" with bevor plate.
Visor based on original example from Polish Army Museum in Warsaw.
Helmet equipped with bevor and visor lock.














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Visored bascinet hundsgugel based on helmet A12 from
Kunsthistorisches Museum in Wien.
Made of high quality mild steel and quenched to 34 HRC.















Stechhelm for begin of XV c.
Made of high quality mild steel and quenched to 30 HRC.













Visored bascinet based on helmet from Musée de Cluny in Paris.
Made of high quality mild steel and quenched to 34 HRC.
Equipped with hand sewn lining and riveted mail aventail.



















Visored bascinet based on helmet CH16 from Churburg.
Made of high quality mild steel and quenched to 30 HRC
Equipped with crest for feathers
Crest and visor covered in 24 karat gold.













Bascinet with klappvisier visor based on two sources:
skull on bascinet from Sion and visor on klappvisier from Marburg,
University Museum, Inv.-Nr. 185.
For the visor I added additional vent holes on left side and
divided eye slot into small rectangles for better protection.













Close helmet based on piece of Nuremberg origin, c. 1520, currently in Musée de l'Armée in Paris.
All made without welding from high quality mild steel of 0,3% carbon content.




























Visored bascinet with so called frogmouth visor.
Heat hardened and tempered up to 30 HRC, blackened finish.













Bascinet with side mounted klappvisier visor.
Heat hardened and tempered up to 30 HRC.











Great helm dated for half of XIV c.
Heat hardened and tempered up to 30 HRC.









Bascinet with nasal dated for half of XIV c.
Heat hardened and tempered up to 30 HRC.











Visored bascinet based on helmet CH16 from Churburg
with additional visor made in style of Wallace Collection A69.
Heat hardened and tempered up to 30 HRC.



























Visored bascinet with brass gilded visor based on helmet CH16 from Churburg.





























Klappvisier bascinet based on helmet from Deutsches Historisches Museum, dated about 1350-1370.



























Visored bascinet based on helmet A69 from Wallace Collection, dated about 1390-1400.






Klappvisier bascinet made from medium carbon steel.
Skull and visor raised on hot, each from one piece of steel.
Heat hardened and tempered, final hardness is 40 - 42 HRC = 392 - 416 VHP.




After heat hardening







Helmet inspired by italian iconography from second half of XIV c.






Great bascinet made from medium carbon steel.
Skull and visor raised on hot, each from one piece of steel.
Heat hardened and tempered, final hardness is 40 - 42 HRC = 392 - 416 VHP.













Great bascinet made from medium carbon steel.
Skull and visor raised on hot, each from one piece of steel.
Heat hardened and tempered, final hardness is 40 - 42 HRC = 392 - 416 VHP.














More photos during raising the helmet in section Fabrication process.














Visored bascinet based on helmet A69 from Wallace Collection, dated about 1390-1400.







































Reconstrucion of a klappvisor bascinet from Sitten in Switzerland, 1360 c.











 

 

 

Copyright Piotr Feret