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maybe its just a reenactor thing, but sometimes I can't tell which I find more attractive: the person or their kit.

Pair of Elbow Defenses (Couters) | Spanish | The Met

Pair of Elbow Defenses (Couters)

I LOVE Brigandine armour.  My favorite armour period is the transitional plate and mail with brigandine.

I LOVE Brigandine armour. My favorite armour period is the transitional plate and mail with brigandine.

Johann von Brandscheit, ~1370, Kyllburg Church, Kyllburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (church built: late 13th - early 14th century)

Stifskirche in Kyllburg, late - early century, Rhineland-Palatinate area

Germany and Italy, late 15th century. United States (New York, Leonard Hugel and Harvey Murton), about 1926. The helmet and some body, arm, and leg pieces are original. Bashford Dean required The Met's armorers to sign and date reproduction pieces; this was not done for this armour in his personal collection, but correspondence indicates the work was done by Hugel and Murton.

Germany and Italy, late century. United States (New York, Leonard Hugel and…

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Couter (elbow defense)

Germany (Augsburg: Lorenz Helmschmied), Made for the future Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I.

Ethnographic Arms & Armour - 14th-15th c.: How Powder and Ball etc. Were Kept Before Powder Flasks Appeared

Ethnographic Arms Armour - c. Were Kept Before Powder Flasks Appeared - Ramrod and Powder Horn

Detail of a miniature of the taking of Ribodane. Origin: France, N. E. (Lille?) and Netherlands, S. (Bruges) Attribution: Master of the Vienna and Copenhagen Toison d’Or

Detail of a miniature of the taking of Ribodane. Origin: Wafrin - The capture of Ribodane in British Library Royal 14 E. IV - Folio France, N.) and Netherlands, S. (Bruges) Attribution: Master of the Vienna and Copenhagen Toison d’Or

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