Helmet Morion is a type of open helmet used from the middle 16th and early 17th centuries, usually having a flat brim and a crest from front to back. It was introduced in the middle of the 16th century, contemporaneous with the exploration of what was to become the southern U.S.A. Explorers like Hernando de Soto and Coronado may have used them for their foot soldiers in the 1540s.
Spanish helmet, Armor of the skull derived from the ability to round profile, provided with a ridge segment of a circle with a tight little boat. Used by the infantry in Europe in the second decade of the sixteenth century and the first decade of the next century. Made entirely of wrought iron hand. Wearable
Morion round with crest in use in Europe in the seventeenth century. Many originals are preserved in the Museo Poldi Pezzoli in Milan.
Made entirely of wrought iron hand. Used by people on foot.
Weight 1910 g, Dimensions 43 x 27 x 31 cm.