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European riveted mail hauberk, 15th century, dimensions:85.7x121.3 cms, Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA.

European riveted mail hauberk, Augsburg, Germany, late 14th century or early 15th century. Low-carbon steel and copper alloy. Length: 73.7 cm. Diameter: 1.11 cm, rings. Weight: 4.479 kg. The Wallace collection.

European riveted mail hauberk, Augsburg, Germany, late 14th century or early 15th century. Low-carbon steel and copper alloy. Length: 73.7 cm. Diameter: 1.11 cm, rings. Weight: 4.479 kg. The Wallace collection.

European riveted mail hauberk, Germany, 2nd quarter of 15th century. Medium-carbon steel and copper alloy. Length: 71.1 cm. Diameter: 0.405 cm, of links. Weight: 8.84 kg. Maker's mark: '+ernart couwein', The Wallace collection.

European riveted mail standard / bishops collar, late 15th century, iron or steel and copper alloy. Length: 73.7 cm. Weight: 0.85 kg, The Wallace collection.

Extant 15th Century German Gothic Armour -- myArmoury.com

European riveted mail, Germany, mid 15th century 1450 - 1600. Low-carbon steel, hardened by quenching after construction. Length: 68.5 cm. Diameter: 1.11 cm, links. Weight: 9.015 kg, The Wallace collection.

European riveted mail hauberk, Germany, mid 15th century 1450 - 1600. Low-carbon steel, hardened by quenching after construction. Length: 68.5 cm. Diameter: 1.11 cm, links. Weight: 9.015 kg, The Wallace collection.

Mail shirt, 15th century Southern German (?) Steel, brass; L. overall 36 in. (99.5 cm), W. approx. 33 in. (83.9 cm) Gift of William H. Riggs, 1913 (14.25.1540) MET