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Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Half Armor Half Armor For use on foot in the field  Attributed to the armorer Master of the Castle Mark, Italian (active Milan), active c. 1590 - 1620  Geography: Made in Milan, Italy, Europe Date: c. 1600

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Half Armor Half Armor For use on foot in the field Attributed to the armorer Master of the Castle Mark, Italian (active Milan), active c. 1590 - 1620 Geography: Made in Milan, Italy, Europe Date: c.

Museum Pictures - Darksword Armory

Beautiful armor at the Cleveland Museum of arts. I spent about 20 minutes photographing this beautiful armor, in all angles. Truly one of the most beautiful pieces I have ever seen.

Stock Photo : Garniture armor in bronzed steel, gilded leather, which belonged to Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy (1528-1580), made in Turin by armourer Horace Calino in 1600, Italy, 17th century

Stock Photo : Garniture armor in bronzed steel, gilded leather, which belonged to Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy made in Turin…

Plate armour of horse and the knight in its saddle, from behind. Shows the crupper and saddle cantle of the horse's armor. Italy,  1570

Plate armour of horse and the knight in its saddle, from behind. Shows the crupper and saddle cantle of the horse's armor.

AN EXTREMELY RARE AND IMPORTANT EMBOSSED FRENCH CUIRASS C.1560-70

This cuirass comprises an important part of a group unique in the records of arms and armor-two matching full armors of finest (royal) quality. They are embosse

Chichak (End of 17th Century CE Ottoman Armor) | Steel, copper, leather, velvet and silk

Ottoman type chichak helmet, end of century, steel, copper, leather…

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Female formal suit of armor depicting the rise of the queens.

Spain (possibly Aragon), 1490-1510.  This cuirass was previously displayed as part of a composite Gothic armour.

Spain (possibly Aragon), This cuirass was previously displayed as part of a composite Gothic armour.

Indo-Persian chamfron (armor for a horses head), 19th Century, blued iron, with a cusp and three arched mounts,

Indo-Persian chamfron (armor for a horses Century-blued iron, with a cusp and three arched mounts-the border decorated by a gilt plaque engraved with floral motifs, at the upper part two gold-inlaid engravings depicting cobras.

The man’s armor, known as dingjia (armor with nails), is a very elaborate example of the military costume worn at the imperial court by high-ranking officials in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries

Armor & Equestrian Equipment (Late Century CE Qing Armor) (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA)

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An engraved breast-plate dating: Century provenance: Europe Pointed chest, slightly ribbed at the centre, with hemmed and twisted neckl.

Field armor; probably made partly in Innsbruck, 1540-1550.

probably made partly in Innsbruck,

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