Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Three-Quarter Armor

ca. 1630
probably German
Steel, leather, brass
Wt. 58 lb. 4 oz. (26.42 kg); Wt. of helmet 7 lb. 4 oz. (3288.5)
Armor for Man-3/4 Armor
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1955
Accession Number:
Not on view
William Randolph Hearst, St. Donat's Castle, Wales (1932–d. 1951; lot no. A.104); by descent to the International Studio Art Division, The Hearst Corporation, New York (1951–1955; inv. S/B, lot no. 1630, art. no. 5; sold on November 21, 1955, to MMA).
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