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Paperweight: German Pot Helm c.1200AD


Paperweight: German Pot Helm c.1200AD

Item Code : HELM0002Paperweight: German Pot Helm c.1200AD - This Edition
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GIFTPaperweight approx 3 - 4 inches tall. Produced in cold-cast metal resin from individual sculptures and based on original surviving specimens of genuine helmets.none21.00

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