By 2011 the conservators at the British Museum had removed all the helmet remains from the soil, found at the Hallaton site. They revealed a helmet bowl (the part that sits on the head) and seven cheek pieces. A Roman helmet only needs two cheekpieces (a left and a right), so why were there five extra cheekpieces here? We do not know if the tribe received them in this state or dismantled them for burial at the shrine. Six of the cheekpieces have a roughly similar design and one definitely belonged to the helmet bowl.
Currently two cheekpieces (numbers 1 and 6) are on display in Harborough Museum in the Treasure Gallery. The other five cheekpieces have been carefully and painstakingly conserved at the British Museum.