Bascinet Hundsgugel from Chartres. XIV AD.
Bascinet Hundsgugel from Chartres. XIV AD.
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Bascinet Hundsgugel from Chartres. XIV AD.

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European
XIV century (1390)

The helmet is kept in the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres (France).
Belonged to Charles VI le Fol.

Originally the helmet had 2 rows of holes for mounting the aventail and inner cap.
Here we added the brass vervelles. And the plume holder (by the customer’s demand).

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