Helmets are among the most varied items. These come in various styles, each with a different level of protection. A full line of medieval helmets, from early examples to later middle ages helmets, can be found. With a variety of style, most of the helmets are forged in a traditional manner as preferred by the first knights, and by most of the cavalry and infantry soldiers. The most common medieval helmet is the great helmet, a.k.a. pot helmet and sugar loaf helmet. Generally, the helmets have closed faces and wrap the head in steel, which provides security with minimal ventilation. Other helmets like Greek helmets, Viking helmets, and Roman Helmets varied based on the requirement of the Age. Each of the helmets is made from high-quality steel and is perfect for display as well as a worn helm.