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Savoyard Helmet.

A TODENKOPF BURGONET HELMET German or Northern Italian work, the skull made in two halves, the visor with flared and ridged occularia and long nasal, and sharing a common pivot with the bevor.

Siege Helmet | French | The Met

Siege Helmet Date: ca. 9 oz g) Classification: Helmets Credit Line: Gift of William H.

Part profile view - Practice Chichak helmet - 16th C. Mamluk/Ottoman. Created by Edward Shayhutdinov, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia.

Part profile view - Practice Chichak helmet - 16th C. Mamluk/Ottoman. Created by Edward Shayhutdinov, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia.

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

Engraved armour of Henry VIII. (Visit The Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester, Massachusetts. Very interesting place!

Rare bourguignotte et sa ventaille amovible, gravées à l'eau forte à la

Rare bourguignotte et sa ventaille amovible, gravées à l'eau forte à la

Closed Burgonet | Probably Austrian, Innsbruck | The Met

Closed Burgonet | Probably Austrian, Innsbruck | The Met

17th century or later closed Burgonet helmet. The peak, or brim, was meant to shield against vertical attack. Some helmets could weigh up to 10 pounds.  #Renaissance #Burgonet

century or later closed Burgonet helmet. The peak, or brim, was meant to shield against vertical attack. Some helmets could weigh up to 10 pounds.

Celada de Felipe el Hermoso. Flandes, hacia 1496-1500. Acero parcialmente dorado y grabado. Alto 36 cm; ancho 20 cm; profundo 39 cm; peso 3925 gr. Patrimonio Nacional. Madrid, Real Armería (cat. D.14) - Helmet of Philip the Handsome  Flanders, c. 1496-1500  Steel, partially gilt and etched. Real Armería, Madrid.

Helmet of Philip the Handsome Flanders, c. Steel, partially gilt and etched.

about 1630–50  probably British   Like costume armors that were in vogue a century earlier, this helmet mimics in steel a style of hat that was popular in the early to mid-seventeenth century.

Like costume armors that were in vogue a century earlier, this helmet mimics in steel a style of hat that was popular in the early to mid-seventeenth century.

English, Greenwich, Burgonet with Falling Buffe possibly from an Armor of William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke

English, Greenwich Burgonet with Falling Buffe possibly from an Armor of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, c. 1550 Steel with traces of gilding and leather H.

the sexiest pieces of Western European armor, the Savoyard helms.a type of closed burgonet in use in the XVIIth century, it was also called the death’s head helmet in German and the Tête de cul in French {{citation needed}}

the sexiest pieces of Western European armor, the Savoyard helms.a type of closed burgonet in use in the XVIIth century, it was also called the death’s head helmet in German and the Tête de cul in French {{citation needed}} Lordy!

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