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European riveted mail hauberk from Sinigaglia Italy, alternating riveted and solid links, well preserved with no rust, thigh length, short sleeve. The lower edge and the sleeves are decorated with several rows of brass rings forming a triangular decorative design. Avg dia of links:(riveted iron 13.72 mm), (riveted brass 15.14 mm), (solid iron 15.31 mm), (solid brass16.54 mm). Wire thickness (riveted iron1.5 mm), (riveted brass 1.6 mm), (solid iron 2.7 mm), (solid brass 2.2 mm). A1.

European riveted mail hauberk from Sinigaglia Italy, alternating riveted and solid links, well preserved with no rust, thigh length, short sleeve. The lower edge and the sleeves are decorated with several rows of brass rings forming a triangular decorative design. Avg dia of links:(riveted iron 13.72 mm), (riveted brass 15.14 mm), (solid iron 15.31 mm), (solid brass16.54 mm). Wire thickness (riveted iron1.5 mm), (riveted brass 1.6 mm), (solid iron 2.7 mm), (solid brass 2.2 mm). A1.

European riveted mail hauberk, 15th century, detail view, Cleveland Museum of Art. F4.

European riveted mail hauberk, 15th century, detail view, Cleveland Museum of Art. F4.

European (Russian) riveted mail hauberk, 16th c, made of flat washer type links "baidana". Discovered in the wall of a Catholic monastery early 20th c in Orsha (Belarus). On each of the several thousand links the name "Ivan Vyrodkov" is inscribed, a Russian military engineer and inventor, he led siege works during the capture of Kazan by Ivan the Terrible in 1552. B15.

European (Russian) riveted mail hauberk, 16th c, made of flat washer type links "baidana". Discovered in the wall of a Catholic monastery early 20th c in Orsha (Belarus). On each of the several thousand links the name "Ivan Vyrodkov" is inscribed, a Russian military engineer and inventor, he led siege works during the capture of Kazan by Ivan the Terrible in 1552. B15.

vorot kolchugi s kozhanim snurom

vorot kolchugi s kozhanim snurom

Authentic mail pictures -- myArmoury.com

Authentic mail pictures -- myArmoury.com

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 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.

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European riveted mail hauberk, in a Swedish museum, details unknown.

European riveted mail hauberk, in a Swedish museum, details unknown.

European (German?) riveted mail hauberk, 15th century, steel and brass links, modern buckles and straps, overall - l:76.20 cm (l:30 inches) Wt: 10.47 kg Sleeves - l:43.20 cm (l:17 inches). Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA. F6.

European (German?) riveted mail hauberk, 15th century, steel and brass links, modern buckles and straps, overall - l:76.20 cm (l:30 inches) Wt: 10.47 kg Sleeves - l:43.20 cm (l:17 inches). Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA. F6.

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

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