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Work of Art  Half-Armour Author:	 Country:	Germany Collection:	Arms and Armour Date:	Early 17th century Technique:	forged, carved, chased, engraved and gilded

Work of Art Half-Armour Author: Country: Germany Collection: Arms and Armour Date: Early century Technique: forged, carved, chased, engraved and gilded

Gorget - 1600-25, Paris, France. Chiselled Iron embossed with gold. During the nineteenth century, it was in the Cabinet d’Armes of the Emperor Napoleon III at the Chateau Pierrefonds. This gorget, is an item of costume armour rather than battle protection. By the early seventeenth century, it was increasingly common for men to proclaim their military professions by combining pieces of armour or weaponry with civilian clothing.

Chiselled Silver embossed with gold. During the nineteenth century, it was in the Cabinet d’Armes of the Emperor Napoleon III at the Chateau Pierrefonds. This gorget, is an item of costume armour rather than battle protection.

A Maximilian type helmet:    provenance:	 	Southern Germany dating:	 	 16th Century

A Maximilian type helmet: provenance: Southern Germany dating: Century Knights

A black and white armour, 16th century

Lot: A black and white armour, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Czerny's International Auction House, Auction: Spring Sale of Fine Antique Arms & Armour, Date: March 2010 UTC

A cavalry helmet    provenance:	 	Germany dating:	 	 second quarter of the 19th Century

ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃♥✌✞A cavalry helmet provenance: Germany dating: second quarter of the Century

Military skirt, quilted gold brocade, 1525, Germany, The Book of Costume, Davenport, 1948

A pleated and quilted 'military skirt' German from Likely a Waffenrock. This website is a treasure trove of extant garments

Black-lacquered kabuto (helmet) with the arm of a guardian deity, wielding a Vajra, Edo period, 17th century, Iron, lacquer, wood, and papier-maché, H. of outer bowl, 43.5 cm, Yasukuni-jinja Shrine, Tokyo.

explodingrocks: “ Kabuto deity with Vajra. Black-lacquered kabuto (helmet) with the arm of a guardian deity wielding a Vajra. Iron, lacquer, wood, and papier-maché.

Bartlmä Bon of Riva Curiass and attire Made in Prague ca 1560 Schloss Ambrass, Innsbruck Wien kunsthistorisches museum, inv Nr A 634  Photo/info; M. McNealy  2,6 m tall wooden mannequin with landsknecht attire is original to the 16th century. It stands now, as it stood under Archduke Ferdinand's time. The armour most likely made in court workshop in Prague founded by Ferdinand II. Little known about Bartlmä, except that he accompanied Ferdinand's nephews to the famous tournament in Vienna…

Advent Day 20 and 21 Cuirass and Attire of Bartlmä Bon Made in Prague, About 1560 Schloss Ambrass, Innsbruck Inventory number: Wien, Kunsthistorisches.

Indo-Persian chaffron (armor for a horses head), 19th Century, blued iron, with a cusp and three arched mounts, the border decorated by a gilt plaque engraved with floral motifs, at the upper part two gold-inlaid engravings depicting cobras; with ear covers, complete with inside stuffing, 68 cm.

Indo-Persian chamfron (armor for a horses Century-blued iron, with a cusp and three arched mounts-the border decorated by a gilt plaque engraved with floral motifs, at the upper part two gold-inlaid engravings depicting cobras.

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