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Hardened coat of plates,type 7 from the Battle of Wisby, July 27, 1361. Coat of plates made of 1 mm tempered plates riveted to quilted together two layers material. Outer layer is wool. Is possible to order the natural velvet-covered silk. Weight of coat of plates depending on the size - an average of 3,5 kg.All the plate work, which combined with low weight and security-hardened armor which gives makes them ideal for historical reenactment, duels and bohurts.

Hardened coat of plates,type 7 from the Battle of Wisby, July 27, 1361. Coat of plates made of 1 mm tempered plates riveted to quilted together two layers material. Outer layer is wool. Is possible to order the natural velvet-covered silk. Weight of coat of plates depending on the size - an average of 3,5 kg.All the plate work, which combined with low weight and security-hardened armor which gives makes them ideal for historical reenactment, duels and bohurts.

Aventail on High medieval armour, around 1180. Comthurey Alpinum, 1180 a.D. Reenactment

Aventail on High medieval armour, around Comthurey Alpinum, 1180 a.

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European coat of plates from the mass grave dating to the battle of Visby /July 1361

The Arming Girdle (Lendenier) with Commentary – Knyght Errant

The Arming Girdle (Lendenier) with Commentary – Knyght Errant

from inside-out: braies, hose, mail chausses, and finally cuises.  13th century.  beautiful job of reenactment research, www.historiavivens1300.at

From inside-out: white braies, olive green hose, mail chausses, and finally cuises. Beautiful job of reenactment research,

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