Pavel Mančík

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Medieval Armour

thewickedknight: “ Armor of Emperor Ferdinand I Germany 1549 Made by Kunz Lochner (ca. German (Nuremberg) The ownership of this armor by Ferdinand I is suggested by the heraldic.

"Black-and-White" Field Armor, c. 1560

Northern German "Black-and-White" Field Armor, c. 1560 For a Random Hallway to get spooked in the dark by, scooby doo style.

Stock Photo : Corselet, 1522-1563, probably belonged to Kaspar Von Montani, made in Innsbruck by armourer Sebastian Katzmair, Austria, 16th century

Stock Photo : Corselet, probably belonged to Kaspar Von Montani, made in Innsbruck by armourer Sebastian Katzmair, Austria, century. (Note the faces on the joints and codpiece areas.

Field and Tournament Armor of Johann Wilhelm (1530–1573), Duke of Saxe-Weimar

Military Armor: Guards Field and Tournament Armor of Johann Wilhelm Duke of Saxe-Weimar Jörg Sorg the Younger (German, Augsburg, about

A Fluted Full Armour in the South German Maximilian Style of Circa 1520-30, Second half of the 19th century

A Fluted Full Armour in the South German Maximilian Style of Circa Second half of the century

Armor of Sir James Scudamore Jacob Halder (English, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608)

Armor of Sir James Scudamore Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England Date: ca. Geography: Greenwich Culture: British, Greenwich Medium: Steel, etched and gilt