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Infantry Armor Date: dated 1571 Culture: Italian Medium: Etched steel

The Wilton 'Montmorency' Armor

1524 These pieces were once part of a complete armor designed for use in battle. Its missing parts include the helmet, collar, gauntlets, and leg .

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Image detail for -South German Black White Officer’s Armor, ca.

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Title: armour Tags: Armour, Helmet Date: ca. Artist: Unknown Provenance: Germany Collection: The Wallace Collection

Metropolitan Museum of Art Half Armor Attributed to Martin Schneider the Younger (German, Nuremberg, active ca. Date: Geography: Nuremberg Culture: German, Nuremberg

Title: armour2              Tags: Armour              Date: ca. 1520-1525                        Artist: Kolman Helmschmid (Etchings by Daniel Hopfer)              Provenance: Germany              Collection: The Wallace Collection

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

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Armor of Willhelm, Reichsfreiherr von Roggendorf, This armor was designed to look like the cloth garb of the landsknechts, with their slashed and puffed sleeves. The original finish of the armor was in purple, with the “slashes” polished silver.

Anima/anime plate armour, this style of armor appeared in Italy in the first half of the 16th century, it is composed of multiple overlapping plates.

Anima/anime plate armour, this style of armor appeared in Italy in the first half of the century, it is composed of multiple overlapping plates.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - ARMOR, MAXIMILIAN

This helmet and the armor to which it belongs form a fine late example of a fluted armor, made shortly before the style went out of fashion. It is distinguished for its unusually large proportions and impressive height

Knight Armor, Medieval Armor, Metropolitan Museum, Waffen, Knives, Track, Plates, Body Armor, Helmets

Armor for Emperor Charles V, made by Desiderius Helmschmid, 1543, iron, brass, leather, and gold, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.MFAH | Exhibitions | Habsburg Splendor: Masterpieces from Vienna’s Imperial Collections

Habsburg Splendor: Masterpieces from Vienna’s Imperial Collections

Armor of Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, Third Duke of Alba  Lucio Piccinino  (Italian, Milan, active about 1575–90)

Armor of Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, Third Duke of Alba Lucio Piccinino (Italian, Milan, active about Met: Accession Number: j

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