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Russian mail and plate armor, Hermanni linn museum, Narva, Estonia.

Russian mail and plate armor, Hermanni linn museum, Narva, Estonia.

La coiffe de maille - Cité d'Antan

La coiffe de maille - Cité d'Antan

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Broadsword/Damascus steel red blade/Black scabbard/Brass fitted

Broadsword/Damascus steel red blade/Black scabbard/Brass fitted

Rodolphe Lalle

Rodolphe Lalle

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Ottoman chichak, a type of helmet (migfer) and zirh gomlak also:(zirah baktar/bagtar) a riveted mail and plate shirt, 15th century.  The New Galleries of Oriental Arms and Armor, Stephen V. Grancsay The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin New Series, Vol. 16, No. 9 (May, 1958), pp. 241-256.

Ottoman chichak, a type of helmet (migfer) and zirh gomlak also:(zirah baktar/bagtar) a riveted mail and plate shirt, 15th century. The New Galleries of Oriental Arms and Armor, Stephen V. Grancsay The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin New Series, Vol. 16, No. 9 (May, 1958), pp. 241-256.

European riveted mail hauberk, late 15th century. Low-carbon steel, hardened by quenching after construction, and copper alloy. Length: 71.1 cm, front. Length: 76.2 cm, back. Diameter: 1.07 cm, links. Weight: 7.485 kg, The Wallace Collection, (Wallace A6).

European riveted mail hauberk, late 15th century. Low-carbon steel, hardened by quenching after construction, and copper alloy. Length: 71.1 cm, front. Length: 76.2 cm, back. Diameter: 1.07 cm, links. Weight: 7.485 kg, The Wallace Collection, (Wallace A6).

rus armour - Google Search

rus armour - Google Search

Recreation of Vendel XIV helm. Photograph courtesy G.Kulig & D.A.Huggins.

Recreation of Vendel XIV helm. Photograph courtesy G.Kulig & D.A.Huggins.

Jawshan and other Ottoman Armour on Pinterest | 24 Pins

Jawshan and other Ottoman Armour on Pinterest | 24 Pins

Mamluk mail and plate shirt, 15th century. Mail shirts reinforced with steel or iron plates appear to have been developed first in Iran or Anatolia in the late 14th or early 15th c. Variations of mail-and-plate armor were worn throughout the Middle East by the Persians, Ottomans, and Mamluks. The style probably was introduced into India early in the Mughal period due to Ottoman influence on Mughal military practices.Yushman Mamluk 15th century. Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul.

Mamluk mail and plate shirt, 15th century. Mail shirts reinforced with steel or iron plates appear to have been developed first in Iran or Anatolia in the late 14th or early 15th c. Variations of mail-and-plate armor were worn throughout the Middle East by the Persians, Ottomans, and Mamluks. The style probably was introduced into India early in the Mughal period due to Ottoman influence on Mughal military practices.Yushman Mamluk 15th century. Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul.

Re-creation of a Korean mail and plate armor, Joseon Dynasty. The Joseon Dynasty ruled over a united Korean Peninsula for more than 500 years, from the fall of the Goryeo Dynasty in 1392 through the Japanese Occupation of 1910.

Re-creation of a Korean mail and plate armor, Joseon Dynasty. The Joseon Dynasty ruled over a united Korean Peninsula for more than 500 years, from the fall of the Goryeo Dynasty in 1392 through the Japanese Occupation of 1910.

Persian zirh gomlak also:(zirah baktar/bagtar), a mail and plate shirt,  someone mistakenly put a pair of dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor) on the shoulders. This is an example of how museums often know nothing about the items they are in charge of. The museum was notified and they have relabeled the description and it is now being displayed in the correct manner. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Persian zirh gomlak also:(zirah baktar/bagtar), a mail and plate shirt, someone mistakenly put a pair of dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor) on the shoulders. This is an example of how museums often know nothing about the items they are in charge of. The museum was notified and they have relabeled the description and it is now being displayed in the correct manner. Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

The Mail Shirt from Sinigaglia – E. Martin Burgess. A 14th century riveted European riveted mail shirt, made with a rare combination of alternating solid and wedge riveted links. http://www.erikds.com/pdf/tmrs_pdf_3.pdf

The Mail Shirt from Sinigaglia – E. Martin Burgess. A 14th century riveted European riveted mail shirt, made with a rare combination of alternating solid and wedge riveted links. http://www.erikds.com/pdf/tmrs_pdf_3.pdf