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All sizes | Waistcoat Corselet with Shoulder Pauldrons of Ship Captain Cun[t]z van Unckel made in Cologne Germany 1571 CE etched and partially blackened steel | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Waistcoat Corselet with Shoulder Pauldrons of Ship Captain Cun[t]z van Unckel made in Cologne Germany 1571 CE etched and partially blackened steel

Closeup of breastplate of Half Armor for use on foot in the field by Milan Italy armorer Master of the Castle Mark 1600 CE etched partially russeted and gilded steel (2), via Flickr.

Closeup of breastplate of Half Armor for use on foot in the field by Milan Italy armorer Master of the Castle Mark 1600 CE etched partially russeted and gilded steel

Light Italian cavalry armor from the early-sixteenth century. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Elements of a Light-Cavalry Armor Date: ca. 1510 Geography: Milan Culture: Italian, Milan Medium: Steel, etched and gilt Dimensions: Wt.

https://flic.kr/p/9GFhP8 | Armor for use in the field Pauldrons and Vambraces 1500-1510 CE Italy Breastplate 1500 CE Italy or the Low Countries and Sallet (Helmet) 1450 CE Italy Steel | Photographed at the <a href="http://www.philamuseum.org/" rel="nofollow">Philadelphia Museum of Art</a>, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Armor for use in the field Pauldrons and Vambraces CE Italy Breastplate 1500 CE Italy or the Low Countries and Sallet (Helmet) 1450 CE Italy Steel

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Steel gauntlets damascened with gold, c. 1585, Italy. At the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.  Probably presented as part of a set of armour to the future King Philip III of Spain by Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy.

Steel gauntlets damascened with gold, c. At the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Probably presented as part of a set of armour to the future King Philip III of Spain by Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy.

Burgonet for a Cuirassier Date: ca. 1620–30 Culture: French Medium: Steel  C

Burgonet for a Cuirassier Date: ca. Culture: French Medium: Steel C Armir armored knight renaissance tilt

Three-quarter armour, South Germany c. 1520 - 1525, medium-carbon steel, hardened and tempered through heat-treatments, in some parts a full-quench, in others an accelerated cooling, gold and copper alloy, embossed, pierced, etched, cross-hatched and gilt, possibly once blued, 12.19 kg, total weight, Wallace Collection, A28.

Three-quarter armour Attributed to Daniel Hopfer - , Armourer Attributed to Kolman Helmschmid - Armourer Augsburg, Germany c. 1520 - 1525 (Want)

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