The Barbuta Helm displayed at a Medieval fair.
A 15th century helm that was popular throughout Europe.
Bearing a strong resemblance to the helmets of the ancient Corinthians, the Barbuta (or Barbute).
T-shaped cutout (no nasal) and with an open-faced rectangular cutout. Guess the warriors have to be careful not to be blown on the nose in battle.
Designed as a helmet for regular infantry.