close helmet

[ klohz ]
/ kloʊz /

noun Armor.

a completely closed helmet of the late 15th century and after, having a facial defense composed of a visor and beaver or of a visor, ventail, and beaver attached to a pivot on each side.

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Example sentences from the Web for close helmet

  • Three other tilting suits bear the Colman mark, the close-helmet surmounted by a cross, with the Augsburg badge and guild mark.

    Armour in England|J. Starkie Gardner