Seller: legxfre (1,205) 100%, Location: Houston, Texas, Ships to: US, Item: 152378777527 Reproduction miniature Classical Corinthian helmet in bronze with marble base and bronze name plaque standing 4 3/4" high from bottom of base to top of crest. The helmet is equal in a size comparison to the old 1960's GI-Joe adjustable figures or the modern 10" tall Greek and Roman soldier collectible dolls. I still have one of my own GI-Joes from back in those days when I was a kid still in a WWII German uniform from the 1960's and thought about using this helmet as a starting place to make him some Greek arms and armor. I actually made some medieval armor for another one from my old collection in 1983 just for fun. I attached a picture of it for fun but it was sold two decades ago, so it is not available for sale and seen only as an example of stuff that I can do. I do have real metal Roman armor made for one but it is not for sale yet. Let me know if you think this would be something of interest to you. For a historical reference, you can check out this web site www.legionten.org . For those who are interested in joining a Roman Legion organization go to www.legionten.org or email me about joining this Legion at niximperial(at)aol.com. Thanks. " I have about 200 new custom made and designed items I will put up for sale, as well as my sword and sandal movie prop collection, my military miniature figure collection painted by Russian masters, my World War II collection, my ancient coin and ancient military artifact collection and other various military "militaria" items". These will all be listed under the Terry Nix Collection III in the near future, so please keep checking back or you will miss that one of a kind item.