Helmet liner dating 1600s, rounded slightly conical hill sewn by four triangular pieces. On the inside of the hill in the middle sewn a round flat "bud". Kind / earflaps with slightly pointy bottom. Long neck display the same design. Herringbone patterned quilting. Outer shell of a heavy greyish linnelärft. Filling of wadding (wool or linen?). Inner lining of your rostbrut silk fabric in plain weave. Edging approximately 5 mm wide.
1484 Helmhaube Made with Quilted linen, tow, hemp braids, leather
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Debajo de la armadura
Cerveliere (Cap Worn Under Mail), 15th century, German, Rope, Met Museum.
Roman Weapons | THE LEGIONARY ‘S WEAPONS
The Roman Soldier's Belt: balteus or cinglium
Soldier`s belts of the 2nd and 3rd centuries, note the UTERE (FELIX) decoration on the example to the far right, also the neo-celtic design of the middle belts. British Museum?