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The Imperial German Army began to replace the traditional boiled-leather Pickelhaube (spiked combat helmet) with the Stahlhelm during World War I in 1916. Stahlhelm 1916.The term Stahlhelm refers both to a generic steel helmet, and more specifically to the distinctive (and iconic) German design.

Imperial Legion of Honor medal worn by Napoleon I 19th century AD.

Helmet all'antica Attributed to Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, ca. 1510–1579) Date: ca. 1532–35 Fashioned as a head of tightly curled hair encircled by a wreath of oak leaves, this helmet evokes the appearance of an ancient hero, perhaps a Roman emperor. The reference to the oak (rovere, in Italian) may indicate that the helmet was made for a member of the della Rovere family, dukes of Urbino. The cheekpieces are probably nineteenth-century restorations.

Helmet Date: late 15th century Culture: Spanish Medium: Steel, gold, silver, cloisonné enamel

Spanish helmet, (Nasrid period?), late 15th c. This helmet is said to belong to Abu'Abd Allah Muhammad, known in the West as Boabdil, the last Nasrid king of Granada (1482-83 and 1487-92), if true it is the only known armor from the entire Nasrid period in Spain (1290-1492), the form of a typical Spanish sallet of the late-15th c. The cutouts over the eyes, however, were inspired by Islamic helmets. The decoration has close parallels in surviving Nasrid swords fittings and jewelry. Met…

A Prussian Other Ranks Picklehaube Dated 1912

Prussian Model 1905 Jager-Zu-Pferde Pickelhaube, Germany, c. 1905-1915, steel shell with pressed brass Prussian insignia, intact leather chin-strap, brass-trimmed visors and spike

Kingdom of Saxony: Garde-Reiter-Regiment Parade Helmet, side view.