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Battle of Agnicourt: A great example of great bascinet and (probably) milanese gauntlets used together.

Agincourt Oct as imagined in From Martial d'Auvergne's Vigiles de Charles VII (a versified history of the Hundred Years War).

Extant 15th century Milanese armour -- myArmoury.com

1451 - Vienna (Austria) WS A French style - armour of Frederick I , Count Palatine of the Rhine (Frederich der Siegreiche) Milano, Tommaso Negroni (Missaglia), Pier Innocenzo da Faerno, Antonio Missaglia

Extant 15th century Milanese armour -- myArmoury.com

Milanese, circa captured at the Battle of Grandson in made for the export market in Burgundy.

This Great Bascinet originated around 1430. It was originally deposited in the Cathedral at Pamplona. Now it is displayed in The Museum of Fine Art Navarra in Spain.

This Great Bascinet originated around It was originally deposited in the Cathedral at Pamplona. Now it is displayed in The Museum of Fine Art Navarra in Spain.

Reprod. Articulated Mitten Gauntlets in the Milanese style c. late 1400s f/ Anselm Arms

Articulated Mitten Gauntlets in the Milanese style c. late f/ Anselm Arms

Knight wearing a great bascinet, the strap fixing the helmet to the breastplate is visible as is the impossibility of rotating the helmet, German painting of 1435, by Konrad Witz

Konrad Witz Sabobai And Benaiah fragment 1435 Knight wearing a great bascinet, the strap fixing the helmet to the breastplate is visible as is the impossibility of rotating the helmet, German painting of by Konrad Witz