Specs and Size of this Steel Pickelhaube
- Ear to Ear: 17 cm
- Front to Back: 20 cm
- Inner Circumference: 64 cm
- Weight: 1.50 Kg (Approx)
- Material: Steel and Brass
- Standard Sheet Thickness – 1.2 mm
The steel Pickelhaube is a spiked helmet that was worn in the 19th and 20th centuries by Prussian and German military officers, firefighters and police. Although it is typically associated with the Prussian Army, which adopted it in 1842–43, the helmet was widely imitated by other armies during that period. It is still worn today as part of ceremonial wear in the militaries of certain countries, such as Sweden, Chile, and Colombia.
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