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Henry VIII helmet with glasses

Horned helmet presented to Henry VIII by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, made by Konrad Seusenhofer.

Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds Collection;    16th century, full face parade helmet.    This helmet was made in Innsbruck between 1511-1514 by the master armourer Konrad Seusenhofer, and is all that survives of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I to King Henry VIII of England. it is believed to be a caricature of Maximillian

century, full face parade helme made in Innsbruck between by the master armourer Konrad Seusenhofer. All that survives of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I to King Henry VIII of England;

Helmet, Germany, 1540       Via unhistorical.tumblr.com

Close helmet with mask visor Jörg Seusenhofer (Austrian (Innsbruck), via Metmuseum

The Horned Helmet of Henry VIII

Presented to Henry by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, 1514.

The Horned Helmet of Henry VIII. Made by Konrad Seusenhofer,Innsbruck, Austria c. Part of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I, to Henry VIII.

Detail of couter

Armour for field and tilt, of Count Franz von Teuffenbach Austria (Innsbruck, Stefan Romorser),

Henry VIII's suit of armour, c.1544, Italian made. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Henry VIII's suit of armour, Italian made. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - now that is one heck of a suit of armor!

SCA medieval finger gauntlets hourglasses

SCA medieval finger gauntlets hourglasses :: by medieval store ArmStreet

Roman Kalkriese face mask - one of the few artifacts that survived battle of the Teutoburg Forest. In 9th CE 20 000 roman soldiers (3 legions) were wiped out by Germanic tribes. [768x1024]

Historical Artefact Roman Kalkriese face mask - one of the few artifacts that survived battle of the Teutoburg Forest. In CE 20 000 roman soldiers legions) were wiped out by Germanic tribes.

Interesting and forgotten - the life and curiosities of past eras. - Vintage hats and dospehi.15-16 century. Part 2.

social-aesthetics: “ The weirdest and fiercest Helmets from the age of Armor My personal favorite: The Hipster Mustache Helmet ”

Schembarthelm,  Historismus um Stil um 1520. Einteilig gearbeitete Kalotte ungarischen Typus mit getriebenem Schuppendekor und gegrateter Spitze. Im Nacken vernietete Federbuschtülle aus Messing (verbeult). Zweiteiliges, aufschlächtiges Maskenvisier, die Gesichtsplatte mit plastisch getriebenem Löwenkopf. Seitlich bewegliche Sperrhaken. Höhe 23 cm.

Schembarthelm, Historismus um Stil um 1520. Einteilig gearbeitete Kalotte ungarischen Typus mit getriebenem Schuppendekor und gegrateter Spitze. Im Nacken vernietete Federbuschtülle aus Messing (verbeult). Zweiteiliges, aufschlächtiges Maskenvisier, die Gesichtsplatte mit plastisch getriebenem Löwenkopf. Seitlich bewegliche Sperrhaken. Höhe 23 cm.

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