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Probably by Francesco Negroli (Italian, died before December 1519). Backplate…
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Probably by Francesco Negroli (Italian, died before December ~ Backplate ~ ca. 15051510 ~ The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Probably by Francesco Negroli (Italian, died before December 1519). Backplate…

Probably by Francesco Negroli (Italian, died before December 1519). Backplate…

Probably by Francesco Negroli | Backplate | Italian, Milan | The Met

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

Three-quarter landschneckt armor, made to imitate century puffed-and-slashed clothing. Augsburg, Germany, c.

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, 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.
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Anton Peffenhauser German, Augsburg Fingered Gauntlet for the Right Hand, 1571 Steel with gilding
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Anton Peffenhauser German, Augsburg Fingered Gauntlet for the Right Hand, 1571 Steel with gilding

Anton Peffenhauser German, Augsburg  Fingered Gauntlet for the Right Hand, 1571  Steel with gilding
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Burgonet, ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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A breast plate, Europe, 15th century.
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A breast plate, Europe, 15th century.

A breast plate, Europe, 15th century.
late 16th century Spanish armor

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