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Fox-faced helmet of Emperor Ferdinand I, made at Innsbruck by Hans Seusenhofer and Leonard Meurl, c. 1528.

Fox-faced closed helmet of Emperor Ferdinand I, made at Innsbruck by Hans Seusenhofer and Leonard Meurl, c.

Bird Man Helmet from the early 16th century | (via Pinterest/Nikolai Chebotarev)

The Weirdest and Fiercest Helmets from the Age of Armored Combat

The Weirdest and Fiercest Helmets from the Age of Armored Combat: bird-man helmet, early c

Believed to be part of an armour presented to Henry VIII by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I. Attributed to Konrad Seusenhofer

Austrian, Innsbruck, about Believed to be part of an armour presented to Henry VIII by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I. Attributed to Konrad Seusenhofer

Winged Helmet

Greek bronze winged helmet of Chalcidian type, late classical period, circa century BC. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 81

A closed helmet in the late XVI Century style

A closed helmet in the late XVI Century style Police need some sort of head gear protecting their heads & necks while not restricting movement.

Close Helmet (from a funerary achievement?), c.1590-1625 Holland Cleveland Museum

), late Century, gilded steel (invaded with rust); red velvet lining, plume holder, Overall: x x cm x 9 x 7 in. John L.

Close-helmet  Unknown Artist / Maker  North Germany  c. 1560  Iron or steel and leather  Weight: 3 kg  A168  European Armoury I

Close-helmet Unknown Artist / Maker North Germany c. 1560 Iron or steel and leather Weight: 3 kg European Armoury I

Medieval Knight Helmet | 1560 AD Knight Medieval Jousting helmet plate armor armour tournament

Authentic 1560 AD Knight Medieval Jousting helmet plate armor armour tournament in Collectibles, Knives, Swords & Blades, Swords

Close-Helmet | Possibly Dutch or Italian | The Met

Closed Helmet Date: ca 1600 - 1620 Culture:Italian Medium: Steel, gold, copper alloy, leather

Tournament Helm (Kolbenturnierhelm) | German | The Met

Tournament Helm (Kolbenturnierhelm) Date: 1510 Culture: German Medium: Steel Dimensions: H.

Visored Sallet  Made in German-speaking lands, Europe  or Austria, Europe  Possibly made in southern Germany, Germany, Europe  1505-10

Visored Sallet Made in German-speaking lands, Europe or Austria, Europe Possibly made in southern Germany, Germany, Europe NOTE: original paint.

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