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Burgonet (helmet)    Made in Augsburg, Germany, Europe  c. 1560    Attributed to…

Burgonet (helmet) Made in Augsburg, Germany, Europe c. 1560 Attributed to the armorer Anton Peffenhauser, German (active Augsburg), master 1525 - 1603

Cuirassiers helmet. An early 17th century Cuirassiers steel helmet probably English c.1640, the rounded skull with raised comb, plume holder at the rear, pointed visor and upper and lower bevors with frontline piece pierced with graduated bars for breathing holes, with locking catches on the right, main edge bordered with engraved lines, retaining much of the original lining, 30cm high (1)

An early century Cuirassiers steel helmet probably English the

Weaponry. Оружейная.

1630 Culture:probably Flemish Medium:Steel, copper alloy Dimensions:H. g) Classification:Helmets Credit Line:Rogers Fund, 1909 Accession

Burgonet embossed with a diamond pattern of the Emperor Charles V   (1500-58; King of Spain, Emperor, 1519)   Kolman Helmschmid, Augsburg, Before 1532

Burgonet embossed with a diamond pattern of the Emperor Charles V King of Spain, Emperor, Kolman Helmschmid, Augsburg, Before 1532

Burgunet helmet

Burgonet, buffe, and breast plate Italy

Field Armour of Sir Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst    Royal Workshop, Greenwich    Date: 1587    Place: Greenwich, England        Materials and Techniques: Steel, leather, brass and gold    Dimensions: Weight 32.03 kg        Museum Number: The Wallace Collection, A62

Field Armour of Sir Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst Royal Workshop…

16th c burgonet

Title: Bourgonet, left Description: More Info Tags: Armour, Helmet Date: ca. Artist: Unknown Provenance: Germany Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Italian, 16th Century, Helmet (Burgonet) of Philip II, Northern Italy, c. 1560–1565, gold- and silver-damascened steel, fabric, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid

Italian, Century, Helmet (Burgonet) of Philip II, Northern Italy, c.

Close-helmet. Unknown Artist / Maker. Nuremberg, Germany c. 1530. Etched steel, copper alloy, leather and canvas. | The Wallace Collection

Close-helmet, Nuremberg, Germany c.

Closed Burgonet of "Savoyard" Type    Date:ca. 1600–1620  Culture:Italian  Medium:Steel, leather  Dimensions:H. 13 1/2 in. (34.3 cm); W. 10 5/8 in. (27 cm); D. 12 1/2 in. (31.8 cm); Wt. 10 lb. 1 oz. (4562 g)  Classification:Helmets  Credit Line:Gift of William H. Riggs, 1913  Accession Number:14.25.512

Closed Burgonet of "Savoyard" Type Date:ca. Culture:Italian Medium:Steel, leather Dimensions:H. g) Classification:Helmets Credit Line:Gift of William H.

Detail of light field armour of Sir John Smythe, c.1585 (metal)

Detail of light field armour of Sir John Smythe, (metal)

Helmet Germany, Between 1520 and 1530

Helmet Germany, The Hermitage Museum

Chainmail

Mail chausses suspended from a lendenier (alt.

Ottoman kolçak (greaves) and dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor), 16th century,  as worn by fully armored cavalryman (sipahi).

Ottoman kolçak (greaves) dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor), century, as worn by fully armored cavalryman (sipahi).

Armour

European plate ca 1520

A black and white half-armour  Nuremberg, circa 1580/90 -(But this looks Spanish, like the ones worn by the ones who came to the Americas)..

Capacete ref A black and white half-armour Nuremberg, circa .

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