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Field and tournament armour of King Henry VIII

Armure - Field and tournament armour of King Henry VIII. English, Greenwich, dated

Armor commissioned by Prince Elector Augustus of Saxony for use in the German joust of war 1575 CE Steel

Photographed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Armor made by Pompeo della Cesa,  Italian court armorer to Philip II of Spain,  for use in tournaments fought on foot over a barrier, 1590 CE,      Philadelphia Museum of Art

Armor made by Pompeo della Cesa Italian court armorer to Philip II of Spain for use in tournaments fought on foot over a barrier 1590 CE Photographed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Buffe:  Chin-shaped defence for the throat and lower face. The buffe was also called a bevor or bavier. The buffe was a 16th-century variant of the bevore, worn strapped to an open-faced helmet. -

Buffe: Chin-shaped defence for the throat and lower face. The buffe was also called a bevor or bavier. The buffe was a variant of the bevore, worn strapped to an open-faced helmet.

H.I.R.H. Archduke Ferdinand of Austria and Tyrol Armor

Harness "Milanese armor" Owner: Archduke Ferdinand II, son of Ferdinand I of Habsburg Austria, ruler of Tyrol 1529 - Milan,

Garniture of Henry VIII, 1540.

This armour is the greatest of the Greenwich garnitures made for King Henry VIII.

Henry VIII's suit of armour, c.1544, Italian made. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Henry VIII's suit of armour, Italian made. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - now that is one heck of a suit of armor!

Falling bevor. Part of an Italian-made armature belonging to King Henry VIII, 1515-44.

ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃♥✌✞Originating in the century, a helmet of Italian origin consisting of a skull, a visor and two hinged cheek pieces which lock at the front. (Silvered and engraved armour of King Henry VIII,

Sir Giles Plate Armour helmet. Sir Giles was part of Henry VIII retinue at the Field of The Cloth of Gold in 1520

Tournament Helm, steel, possibly English, c This helm was made for tournaments fought on foot. It hung above the tomb of Sir Giles Capel - in Rayne Church, Essex. Sir Giles was part of Henry VIII's retinue at the Field of The Cloth of Gold in 1520

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