Swedish Royal Armoury

On this board we highlight Swedish royal armoury from the 17th and 18th century provided by the Livrustkammaren, Sweden. More items can be found on our portal www.europeana.eu.
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Armour, c. 1605. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour that is said to belong to one of young sons of Zygmunt III Waza - most likely to Wladysław IV future king of Poland.

Duke Karl Filip, tournament armor, Anders Bengtsson, c. 1620. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Duke Karl Filip, tournament armor, Anders Bengtsson, c. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 17th century. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 17th century. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Harness, 1751. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Harness, 1751. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1660. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Karl X Gustav of Sweden, Color photo of three piece set. Livrustkammaren (Royal Armoury Museum in the Royal Palace in Stockholm)

Armour, c.1635. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Cuirassier's armour of Ladislaus IV Vasa by Anonymous from Milan, ca.

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, c.1776-1799. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, c.1776-1799. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1776-1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1776-1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

Armour, 1777. Livrustkammaren, CC BY-SA

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