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Field and tilt armour of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester - Royal Armouries collections

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This is actual tilting armor. Note how the helmet is secured to the Brest plate. This way your head won't get ripped off when it gets hit with a going 40 miles per hour!

RENAISSANCE 16TH Cuirass and horse armour (ca. 1526) which belonged to Ferdinand I, the grandson of Empreror Maximilian. from Augsburg, Germany Kunsthistorisches Museum, Ruestkammer, Vienna, Austria

Cuirass and horse armour (ca. which belonged to Ferdinand I, the grandson of Empreror Maximilian. from Augsburg, Germany

16th century engraved breastplate from a man-at-arms’ harness

Authentic century engraved breastplate from a man-at-arms' harness (Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC)

Northern Italian, Milan    Half Armor for Foot Tourney at the Barriers, 1575/80    Steel with gilding, brass, leather, velvet weave, lace

Northern Italian, Milan Half Armor for Foot Tourney at the Barriers,

German field armour of Julius of Brunswick-Lüneburg, so badass

German field armour of Julius of Brunswick-Lüneburg, so badass

An exceptionally fine and rare north German field armour with etched decoration, from the Armoury of "JULIUS DUKE OF BRUNSWICK-WOLFENBUTTEL", Brunswick, ca.

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