Llanasa, North Wales
17 July 2006
A PIKEMAN'S POT HELMET, ENGLISH OR FLEMISH
With a two-piece skull joined by a narrow comb, fitted with iron plume-holder, studded with lining rivets around the base, incised with double-line panels over the sides, large broad down-turned brim with recessed border struck with two marks, studded with lining rivets and the edge and the comb each finished with a plain turn (some lining rivets missing).
9½ in. (24.2 cm.) high
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