Henrik Granlid

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darksword-armory: “ Armour of Philip I Royal Armouries Madrid The most noteable item related to this armour is the unusual helmet, which is patterend after an ecclesiastical biretta or a civilian hat.

Renaissance, Armour, Holland, Crests, Illustrations, Yard, Dutch Netherlands, Body Armor, Netherlands, The Netherlands

Adoration of the Magi, tapestry woven in Brussels, circa 1476-1488 (Sens Cathedral, France). Detail: this knight's armour was used as a convex mirror, probably indicating that the original designer was familiar with the works of Jan van Eyck and/or Hans Memling.

Adoration of the Magi, tapestry woven in Brussels, circa (Sens Cathedral, France). Detail: this knight's armour was used as a convex mirror, probably indicating that the original designer was familiar with the works of Jan van Eyck and/or Hans Memling.

Landsknecht three-quarter armor Royal Armory Leeds.

Black with bright sunken borders and vertical bands formed of broad, double flutes. Consists of A Close helmet; B Gorget; C Breastplate; F Left pauldron; G Right vambrace;