The distinctive shape of this sallet identifies it as French or Flemish, examples of which are much rarer than the well-known types of sallets from Germany.
Marking: Stamped on the right side of the back of the helmet bowl: a crowned shield.
Ex coll.: Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, Duc de Dino, Paris
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