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ref_arm_2094_001 Enter your pin description here.  Rivets are said to be tin/lead alloy.

Enter your pin description here. Rivets are said to be tin/lead alloy.

ref_arm_2094_003 Enter your pin description here.  Rivets are said to be tin/lead alloy.

Enter your pin description here. Rivets are said to be tin/lead alloy.

Breastplate "in the German style" Northern Italy (Milan), about 1480, steel; modern leather, the domed rivet in the center slides in a slot on the chest plate, allowing the wearer to flex his torso forward. The lipped edges at the neck and arms help deflect the points of weapons.   Weight: 6 lb. 4 oz.  Length: 14" W x 21" L x 7" D.

Infantry breastplate “in the German style” Origin Northern Italy (Milan), about 1480 Artist Master "IA" Materials Steel; modern leather Measure W x L x D Weight 6 lb.

A painted sallet,  modern replica in the style of circa 1500. Hammered and ridget skull made of two pieces with the characteristic tapering neck guard. Two small dents on the left side. Pivoted visor with divided sight. A surrounding row of fine double holes. Painted in colour with heraldic motifs, heavily worn. Height 22 cm.

A painted sallet, modern replica in the style of circa 1500. Hammered and ridget skull made of two pieces with the characteristic tapering neck guard. Two small dents on the left side. Pivoted visor with divided sight. A surrounding row of fine double holes. Painted in colour with heraldic motifs, heavily worn. Height 22 cm.

Sallet Date: ca. 1480 Culture: German Medium: Steel, leather Dimensions: H. 8 3/4 in. (22.2 cm); W. 10 3/8 in. (26.4 cm); D. 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm); Wt. 6 lb. 6 oz. (2892 g) Classification: Helmets Credit Line: Gift of William H. Riggs, 1913 Accession Number: 14.25.576

Sallet Date: ca. 1480 Culture: German Medium: Steel, leather Dimensions: H. g) Classification: Helmets Credit Line: Gift of William H.

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Jörg Wagner | Sallet | Austrian, Innsbruck | The Met

The maker's mark on this helmet, a horseshoe and a crescent, is attributed to Adrian Treytz the Elder, whose family included at least five armorers who worked for the Habsburg court in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries

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