Vojtěch Trocha

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European riveted mail coif from Tofta church, Tofta parish, Gotland, Sweden 13th century. Flat rings, alternating solid and riveted. www.actakonservering.se Similar to the ones found in the mass graves from the battle of Visby 1361.

European riveted mail coif from Tofta church, Tofta parish, Gotland, Sweden century. Flat rings, alternating solid and riveted.se Similar to the ones found in the mass graves from the battle of Visby

European (Russian) riveted mail hauberk, Chernihiv Military History Museum, Chernihiv, Ukraine. A5.

European (Russian) riveted mail hauberk, Chernihiv Military History Museum, Chernihiv, Ukraine. A5.

Detail of Mail shirt (collar)  Western Europe, 15th century.   The shirt has two brass rings at the neck stamped "Bechler" (probably the maker).

Detail of Mail shirt (collar) Western Europe, century. The shirt has two brass rings at the neck stamped "Bechler" (probably the maker).

A brigandine is a form armour from the Middle Ages. It is a cloth garment, canvas or leather, lined with small osteel plates riveted to the fabric. The form is essentially the same as the civilian doublet, though it is commonly sleeveless. Depictions with sleeves are known. Many brigandines appear to have had larger, somewhat 'L-shaped' plates over the lungs. The rivets, or nails, attaching the plates to the fabric are often decorated, being gilt or of latten and often embossed with a…

A brigandine is a form armour from the Middle Ages. It is a cloth garment, canvas or leather, lined with small osteel plates riveted to the fabric. The form is essentially the same as the civilian doublet, though it is commonly sleeveless. Depictions with sleeves are known. Many brigandines appear to have had larger, somewhat 'L-shaped' plates over the lungs. The rivets, or nails, attaching the plates to the fabric are often decorated, being gilt or of latten and often embossed with a…

Visored helmet (sallet), iron, possibly English, 1460-1490, of elongated form with an extended skull and tail, with a close-fitting visor with narrow eye-slits above a horizonatal ridge.

Sallet helm italian style Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Iron Dimensions Height: cm, Depth: cm, Width: cm helmet knight fiht srmor armored