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Close helmet with falling buffe  Attributed to Pompeo della Cesa  (Italian, Milan, ca. 1537–1610)

Close Helmet with Falling Buffe Armorer: Attributed to Pompeo della Cesa (Italian, Milan, ca. Date: ca.

A NORTH ITALIAN CABASSET C.1570-80

This helmet was made in Milan, northern Italy and is identified by its decoration, which is sometimes described as Pisan style. It was part of a half armor deco

Armor made by Pompeo della Cesa,  Italian court armorer to Philip II of Spain,  for use in tournaments fought on foot over a barrier, 1590 CE,      Philadelphia Museum of Art

Armor made by Pompeo della Cesa Italian court armorer to Philip II of Spain for use in tournaments fought on foot over a barrier 1590 CE Photographed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Italian Renaissance 16th C. Helmet | From a unique collection of antique and modern arms, armor and weapons at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/arms-armor-weapons/

Italian Renaissance 16th C. Helmet

For Sale on - A Pear - Stalk Cabasset (also called Spanish morion; Italian: Zuccotto) The almond shaped skull is forged in one piece and tapers to a stalk, typical

liveuationeers.com/item/2423625 An etched Italian morion-cabasset ca. 1580 : Lot 2169

Lot: An etched morion-cabasset, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Hermann Historica GmbH, Auction: Selected Historical and Military Objects, Date: October 2006 UTC

Armet Date: ca. 1510 Culture: Italian Medium: Steel, leather, brass Dimensions: H. 12 1/4 in. (31.1 cm); W. 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm); D. 12 in. (30.5 cm); Wt. 4 lb. 6 oz. (2900 g) Classification: Helmets

1510 Culture: Italian Medium: Steel, leather, brass Dimensions: H. g) Classification: Helmets

Falling bevor. Part of an Italian-made armature belonging to King Henry VIII, 1515

ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃♥✌✞Originating in the century, a helmet of Italian origin consisting of a skull, a visor and two hinged cheek pieces which lock at the front. (Silvered and engraved armour of King Henry VIII,

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