European riveted mail hauberk that has a brass makers mark with gothic minuscules and three Maltese crosses, these brass marks can show the makers name and / or the town the hauberk was made in, detailed view of the brass mark.
European (Germany) riveted mail shirt, century, belonging by tradition to Rudolph/Rudolf IV of Hapsburg, Duke of Austria, Carinthia and Ferrette made with a rare combination of alternating solid and wedge riveted links. (the Hearst shirt).
St. Wenceslaus (Vaclav) hauberk, the oldest known complete European riveted mail hauberk, first part of the 10th c, alternating round riveted and solid (punched) rings, the wire is said to be 0.75 mm in dia., with an inner dia. of 5-6 mm (external dia. of 6.5-7.5 mm). The rings are worn, with numerous repairs, the wire might have originally been about 1mm in diameter. It is in the collection of the church treasury of St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague, Czech Republic.