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European riveted mail Bishops mantle, detail view of the neck line showing the…

European riveted mail Bishops mantle, detail view of the neck line showing the…

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The unique atmosphere of the world-famous Styrian armoury offers its visitors an insight into an original armoury from the century. The Styrian armoury in

Detail of Mail shirt (collar)  Western Europe, 15th century.   The shirt has two brass rings at the neck stamped "Bechler" (probably the maker).

Detail of Mail shirt (collar) Western Europe, century. The shirt has two brass rings at the neck stamped "Bechler" (probably the maker).

mail coif found in the tower of Tofta church,Gotland. Dated to around 1200. Flat rings.

Wedge rivetted mail coif found in the tower of Tofta church,Gotland. Dated to around Flat rings. Prior to restoration.

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Brigandine (body defense), probably Italy, 1570 to 1580, steel; tinned brass; canvas; red silk. Weight (Front portion): 13.3 lb., 13 pounds 4.9 ounces (6035 x 6035g) Weight (Rear portion): 10.1 lb., 10 pounds 1.6 ounces (4580 x 4580g) Weight (Total): 23.4 lb., 23 pounds 6.4 ounces (10615 x 10615g). Philidelphia Museum of Art. Probably intended for a noble patron, this example may be the latest western European brigandine known to exist.

Brigandine (body defense), probably Italy, 1570 to 1580, steel; tinned brass; canvas; red silk. Weight (Front portion): 13.3 lb., 13 pounds 4.9 ounces (6035 x 6035g) Weight (Rear portion): 10.1 lb., 10 pounds 1.6 ounces (4580 x 4580g) Weight (Total): 23.4 lb., 23 pounds 6.4 ounces (10615 x 10615g). Philidelphia Museum of Art. Probably intended for a noble patron, this example may be the latest western European brigandine known to exist.

European riveted mail hauberk, late 15th century. Low-carbon steel, hardened by quenching after construction, and copper alloy. Length: 71.1 cm, front. Length: 76.2 cm, back. Diameter: 1.07 cm, links. Weight: 7.485 kg, The Wallace Collection, (Wallace A6).

Europen riveted mail hauberk, century, belonging to Francis .

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