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Tournament Helm, ca. Possibly Italian or French. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. sneeking suspicion it is a repurposed bascinet from earlier date

Tournament Helm | possibly Italian or French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Although very similar helmets are depicted in early fifteenth century works of art, almost no other actual examples of this type exist today. Perhaps originally designed for use in battle, it appears to have been converted into a jousting helmet during its working lifetime

Tournament Helm Stechhelm ca 1500 German probably Nuremberg Steel copper alloy The Stechhelm formed part of a highly specialized tournament armor worn solely for the Gest. Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Medieval Helmets, Medieval Weapons, Ancient Armor, Armor Clothing, Armadura Medieval, Landsknecht

Helm for the Joust of Peace (Stechhelm) | German, probably Nuremberg | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Count Franz I zu Erbach-Erbach, Schloss Erbach in Odenwald, Germany (said to have previously been in Nuremberg; until d. 1823; by descent through his family to Count Conrad); Count Conrad zu Erbach-Erbach, Schloss Erbach (until 1922; sold through Major Hans Müller-Hickler to Dean, December, 1922); Bashford Dean, Riverdale, NY (1922–d

Rare Scottish basket hilted broadsword by John Simpson the Younger of Glasgow Circa 1740 - Art unto itself.

Rare Scottish basket hilted broadsword by John Simpson the Younger of Glasgow Circa 1740

A Fine German Two-Hand Processional Sword Mid-Late Century

A Fine German Two-Hand Processional Sword Mid-Late 16th Century

The art of chivalry : European arms and armor from the Metropolitan Museum of Art : an exhibition Medieval Knight, Medieval Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Knight In Shining Armor, Knight Armor, Arm Armor, Body Armor, Vanitas, Mode Masculine

Armor | Northern German, possibly Brunswick-Wölfenbüttel | The Met

Inscription: Inscribed around the etched medallion on the left side of the breastplate: ACH GOTT BEWA[HR] M[IR NI]CHT MEHR LEIB SELE GVT V[ND] EHR (Oh God, protect no more than my life, soul, property, and honor); also on the breastplate: a quatrefoil above a crowned heart, flanked by two pairs of clased hands and the initials HI (Herzog Iulius)

Close Helmet Date: ca. Geography: Augsburg Culture: German, Augsburg Medium: Steel, etched and gilt Di Helmet Armor, Knights Helmet, Suit Of Armor, Arm Armor, Medieval Helmets, Medieval Armor, Knight In Shining Armor, Knight Armor, Renaissance

Close Helmet from a Garniture Made for a Member of the d'Avalos Family | German, Augsburg | The Met

Johann II, Prince of Liechtenstein, Vaduz (until 1926; sold en bloc with numerous objects from the collections of the Princes of Liechtenstein, to Dean); Bashford Dean, New York (1926–d. 1928; sold by his estate to Mr

A German Sword-Rapier Probably Late Century

A German Sword-Rapier Probably Late 16th/Early 17th Century

 A remarkable century English silver hilted small sword

A remarkable 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with hallmarks for London 1764/5. The maker is William Kinman, one of the foremost makers of silver hilted swords in London in the 18th century, and whose work represents the highest standards of English craftsmanship.

 English silver hilted small sword in good condition hallmarked London 1754 by John Carman II of London.

A superior 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with hallmarks for London 1754. The makers mark is comprised of the letters J.C for John Carman II. This sword with its delicate hand-pierced workmanship represents the highest quality of silver hilted sword making in London in the 18th century.

Closed Burgonet

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 Culture: possibly French Medium: Steel Dimensions: Weight, 5 lb. cm) Width inside bowl at hinges, 7 in. cm) Diameter at top of face opening, 8 in.

Bascinet | possibly French | The Met

According to an attribution traceable only to the nineteenth century, this helmet was said to have been worn in battle by Joan of Arc (1412–1431) and to have been given by her to the church of Saint Pierre du Martroi at Orléans, where it hung over the main altar

Altarpiece of St Michael in Cruïlles (Lluís Borrassà, c. Warrior Helmet, Helmet Armor, Arm Armor, Medieval Helmets, Medieval Armor, Medieval Fantasy, King Of Swords, Knight Armor, Fantasy Armor

Altarpiece of St Michael in Cruïlles (Lluís Borrassà, c. 1417, Museu d'Art de Girona)

Right side view of a Russian Life Guards Cuirassier Regiment officer's helmet (Napoleonic wars era).

Sword of Fredrick the Warlike, he was an European ruler of the middle ages…

Sword of Fredrick the Warlike, he was an European ruler of the middle ages. Hungary, 1419-1425

Sword of Fredrick the Warlike, he was an European ruler of the middle ages…

Sword of Fredrick the Warlike, he was an European ruler of the middle ages. Hungary, 1419-1425