- brass rendition of bronze helmets
- hinged cheek flaps
- larger neck plate
- "accurizing campaign" launched by the company in conjunction with the experts on Roman Army Talk.
Museum Quality Imperial Italic C type helmet made in the cupric alloy "orichulum" (brass) instead of iron. Simple, basic design and fittings, something of an "entry level" helmet for legionaries, with hinged cheek flaps. Well researched
the third quarter of the 1st century AD.
at least four examples have been found of this type, including one from Cremona, one from Kiel and another from the Po Valley. The example from Cremona seems securely dated to one of the two battles that took place near this city during the Year of the Four Emperors, AD 69