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Armor for Heavy Cavalry, French, circa 1600    One of the best preserved French armors dating from the reign of Henry IV (1589–1610), this example demonstrates the French preference for completely gilt armors

Armor for Heavy Cavalry, French, circa 1600 One of the best preserved French armors dating from the reign of Henry IV this example demonstrates the French preference for completely gilt armors

Armour of George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland (c. 1588) at Met. Museum of Art

Armour for George Clifford, Earl of Cumberland, Queen Elizabeth I's tournament champion (c. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. This armor has the Queen's cipher etched into it. (My favorite piece of Elizabethan armor, ever-BeingBess)

The fabulous ‘1549’ garniture of the Emperor Maximilian II, from which the tourney gauntlet escaped, at some point in the 19th century, eventually also to be acquired by Sir Richard Wallace.

Armor of Emperor Maximilian II, son of Ferdinand I of Habsburg, Augsburg

The Art of Power -Desiderius Helmschmid, German, documented 1513–1579, Jörg Sigman, German, 1527–1601, Parade Armor of Philip II, Augsburg, 1549–1550 and 1552, gilt and damascened steel; brass and leather, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid

The Art of Power -Desiderius Helmschmid, German, documented Jörg…

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Armor of Henry Herbert, Second Earl of Pembroke (1534–1601)

Armor of Henry Herbert Second Earl of Pembroke . Armorer: Made in the Royal Workshops at Greenwich (British, Greenwich, Date: ca.

Armor for Field and Tournament Date: ca. 1575–80 Geography: probably Milan Culture: Italian, probably Milan Medium: Steel, etched, blued, gilt, and damascened with gold and silver

Armor for field and tournament Date: ca. Culture: Italian, probably Milan

Italian  Composite Armor, c. 1580/90 with some later etching  Steel, brass

Italian Composite Armor, c. with some later etching Steel, brass

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Museo de armas raras y armaduras medievales(recopilación)

Armor for Field and Tournament  Decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger. Dated 1527.

Armor Garniture, Probably of King Henry VIII of England (reigned Design of the decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger (German, Augsburg London) Date: dated 1527 Culture: British, Greenwich Medium: Steel, etched and gilt overall

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