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English Knight from the time of the battle of Agincourt, from the Azincourt museum (Graham Field, 2007)

English Knight from the time of the battle of Agincourt, from the Azincourt museum (Graham Field, Do like this for the bronze, and curious about that skirt.

RENAISSANCE 16TH Cuirass and horse armour (ca. 1526) which belonged to Ferdinand I, the grandson of Empreror Maximilian. from Augsburg, Germany Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ruestkammer, Vienna, Austria

Cuirass and horse armour (ca. which belonged to Ferdinand I, the grandson of Empreror Maximilian. from Augsburg, Germany

A complete Khevsur armor including a handwoven gambeson, a riveted mail misiurka-type helmet, a butted mail shirt, a pair of hand forged steel arm guards. A fine cross-belt mounted with hammered silver plaques, a large kindjal dagger, a distinctive khmali sword, a miquelet pistol, a leather bandoleer with powder tubes with a horn priming flask, a nagaika crop, a typical Khevsur shield, a pair of original rawhide shoes. late 17th-late 19th century.

A complete Khevsur armor including a handwoven gambeson, a riveted mail…

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Field Armor made in Nuremberg Germany 1540 CE with modern alterations including breastplate engraving (2) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Real armor that used to belong to the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf, and originally worn as part of the festivities surrounding his wedding with Maria Eleonora in 1620.

armor belonging to the Swedish king Gustav II Adolf, and originally worn as part of the festivities surrounding his wedding with Maria Eleonora in

1475 – 1500 Paris, France, Musée de l'Armée (Les Invalides), Spanish Images courtesy of Doug Strong, AAF ID. medieval period

Some decades later than Joan but more the Italian white armour style with open helmet as favoured by her.

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