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Greek bronze winged helmet of PHRYGIAN-CHALCIDIAN type, 4th cent. BCE. The crown has a raised peak surmounted by a spiked crest, a palmette in relief at the back bordered by spiral tendrils, a tendril spiraling out to each side surmounted by lotus blossoms, the neck-guard with a separately-made protective edge with volutes at each end, plume holders in the form of coiled snakes on either side of the central crest. See image 2 for further description.

- Cuerpo de Guardia Frances del Rey Luis XVlll . Año 1814 ./tcc/

historically accurate viking helmet (real viking helmets do not have horns!)

Roman armor...especially good to see how the pieces fit together on the backside.

Ottoman yataghan / yatagan, circa 1800, slightly curving blade and tapering point, the spine and sides decorated with bands of gold overlay consisting of undulating leafy and floral vines, one side with an inscription-filled cartouche, the silver-gilt hilt and scabbard with repousse decoration consisting of profuse floral motifs, 76 cm. long. The inscriptions comprise: mustapha pasha nasarahu allal amin, 'Mustapha Pasha may Gold help him, Amen!'.

Steel plate-armour shapes translated into boiled-leather armour.

13th Century Armor Spanish armor 16th century

La penderie - Location de costume - Vertugadins - Costumières