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Korok csodái: Grotesque helmet and other parade helmet / Groteszk és egyéb dísz (felvonulási) sisakok

Korok csodái: Grotesque helmet and other parade helmet / Groteszk és egyéb dísz (felvonulási) sisakok

Risultato della ricerca immagini di Google per http://www.artic.edu/sites/default/files/styles/slideshow_scale/public/cal_Italian_arms-armor_360.png

Risultato della ricerca immagini di Google per http://www.artic.edu/sites/default/files/styles/slideshow_scale/public/cal_Italian_arms-armor_360.png

ordinary-gambeson-5.jpg (1000×1000)

ordinary-gambeson-5.jpg (1000×1000)

Half-Shaffron (horse’s head armor) (high-res)    Date: ca. 1553    Culture: German (possibly Brunswick)    Medium: Steel, etched and blackened; leather    Inscription: Verbum Domini Manet in Aeternum (The Word Of God Resides In Eternity)

Half-Shaffron (horse’s head armor) (high-res) Date: ca. 1553 Culture: German (possibly Brunswick) Medium: Steel, etched and blackened; leather Inscription: Verbum Domini Manet in Aeternum (The Word Of God Resides In Eternity)

Field Armor Probably of Sir John Scudamore (1541 or 1542–1623) Armorer: Made under the direction of Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608) Armorer: Helmet, left pauldron, gauntlets, and right sabaton made by Daniel Tachaux (French, 1857–1928, active in France and America) in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Armor Workshop Date: ca. 1587, restored and completed 1915 (Steel, gold, leather)

Field Armor Probably of Sir John Scudamore (1541 or 1542–1623) Armorer: Made under the direction of Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608) Armorer: Helmet, left pauldron, gauntlets, and right sabaton made by Daniel Tachaux (French, 1857–1928, active in France and America) in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Armor Workshop Date: ca. 1587, restored and completed 1915 (Steel, gold, leather)

Pauldrons and Arm Braces by vofffka. I like this designer. He is a futuristic designer and uses metals. i like the more simple modern but this is interesting. roman//modern//idian//trippy

Pauldrons and Arm Braces by vofffka. I like this designer. He is a futuristic designer and uses metals. i like the more simple modern but this is interesting. roman//modern//idian//trippy

cerebralzero: “ bertmacklin-atf: “Love it or hate it? ” I can actually kinda get behind this wonky thing. Seems more practical than the pistol imho. ”

cerebralzero: “ bertmacklin-atf: “Love it or hate it? ” I can actually kinda get behind this wonky thing. Seems more practical than the pistol imho. ”

Yataghan sword from Turkey, Europe. Part of the Pitt Rivers Museum Founding Collection. Given to the Museum in 1884.

Yataghan sword from Turkey, Europe. Part of the Pitt Rivers Museum Founding Collection. Given to the Museum in 1884.

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