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Courtesy of The Royal Armoury (http://emuseumplus.lsh.se/eMuseumPlus). The helmet of Gustav I of Sweden (Gustav Vasa) has a very unusual design, with its conical shape and gilded crown. It was probably made by the armourer Kunz lochner in Nuremberg in the 1540s.

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A Nuremberg combat close-helmet, Germany, 1600.

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Armadura de Enrique II de Francia Fecha: sobre 1555 Cultura: Francés, posiblemente París Medio: Acero repujado, pavonado, plateado, dorado y Dimensiones: Ht. general 74 pulgadas (187,96 cm), Wt. £ 53 ¼. (24,20 kg)

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Engraved armour of Henry VIII. 16th century. The wide fixed skirt is called a Tonlet, and provides a most fashionable way to joust.

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HELMET Date: about 1700 Culture: North Indian Medium: steel, copper alloy

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A GREEK BRONZE PHRYGIAN HELMET LATE CLASSICAL TO EARLY HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 350-300 B.C.

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Boy's armour known as the Jeffrey Hudson's armour. Probably English, about 1610

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Armet with Wrapper, ca. 1460–70 (armet), 1450 (wrapper) Italian Met

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