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Brigandine (body defense), probably Italy, 1570 to 1580, steel; tinned brass; canvas; red silk. Weight (Front portion): 13.3 lb., 13 pounds 4.9 ounces (6035 x 6035g) Weight (Rear portion): 10.1 lb., 10 pounds 1.6 ounces (4580 x 4580g) Weight (Total): 23.4 lb., 23 pounds 6.4 ounces (10615 x 10615g). Philidelphia Museum of Art. Probably intended for a noble patron, this example may be the latest western European brigandine known to exist.

Brigandine (body defense), probably Italy, 1570 to 1580, steel; tinned brass; canvas; red silk. Weight (Front portion): 13.3 lb., 13 pounds 4.9 ounces (6035 x 6035g) Weight (Rear portion): 10.1 lb., 10 pounds 1.6 ounces (4580 x 4580g) Weight (Total): 23.4 lb., 23 pounds 6.4 ounces (10615 x 10615g). Philidelphia Museum of Art. Probably intended for a noble patron, this example may be the latest western European brigandine known to exist.

Moro mail and plate armor (kurab-a-kulang) from the Philippines, mid to late 19 century, the armor is constructed from black water buffalo horn plates connected with butted brass mail, with two brass buckles on the chest plates. 26 inches high 18 inches wide, 6.9 Kg. total weight.

Moro mail and plate armor (kurab-a-kulang) from the Philippines, mid to late 19 century, the armor is constructed from black water buffalo horn plates connected with butted brass mail, with two brass buckles on the chest plates. 26 inches high 18 inches wide, 6.9 Kg. total weight.

Authentic mail pictures -- myArmoury.com

Authentic mail pictures -- myArmoury.com

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European (Eastern) riveted mail hauberk, 14th century, constructed with "baidana" a flat washer type link, Eesti Ajaloomuuseumi  Estonia.

European (Eastern) riveted mail hauberk, 14th century, constructed with "baidana" a flat washer type link, Eesti Ajaloomuuseumi Estonia.

Indian (Deccan) zirah baktar (mail and plate armour shirt) 100 cm long, 17th Century, a long-sleeved mail shirt with seven frontal plates embellished with gilt mounts and four small inscription medallions, the back with five vertical rows of miniature plaques, khula-khud (helmet) and a pair of Ottoman 19th century embroidered velvet boots.

Indian (Deccan) zirah baktar (mail and plate armour shirt) 100 cm long, 17th Century, a long-sleeved mail shirt with seven frontal plates embellished with gilt mounts and four small inscription medallions, the back with five vertical rows of miniature plaques, khula-khud (helmet) and a pair of Ottoman 19th century embroidered velvet boots.

Hauberk Half Armour, or Bakhterets Moscow Armoury workshops (?) Late 16th- early 17th centuries

Hauberk Half Armour, or Bakhterets Moscow Armoury workshops (?) Late 16th- early 17th centuries

Iran, 16th-17th century.  Steel with silver inlay. Persian zirh gomlak (zirah baktar-bagtar) a mail and plate shirt, someone mistakenly put a pair of dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor) on the shoulders.

Iran, 16th-17th century. Steel with silver inlay. Persian zirh gomlak (zirah baktar-bagtar) a mail and plate shirt, someone mistakenly put a pair of dizcek (cuisse or knee and thigh armor) on the shoulders.

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