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German
ca. 1510
Italian
ca. 1600; cheekplates of helmet and part of left gauntlet thumb, probably 19th century
Anton Peffenhauser
ca. 1580
British, Worcester
ca. 1752–1753
German, probably Dresden or Annaberg
ca. 1580–90
probably Austrian, Innsbruck
ca. 1560 and later
South German
late 15th–early 16th century
Kunz Lochner
ca. 1555; probably repainted later
British, Worcester
ca. 1752–1753
German, Nuremberg
16th century and later
French
mid-18th century
Kunz Lochner
ca. 1555; probably repainted and shaffron eye guards restored later
Japanese
16th century
French
18th century
British, Worcester
ca. 1752–1753
Kunz Lochner
ca. 1555; probably repainted later
French
1565
Indian
17th century
Chinese
18th century
Italian, Milan
ca. 1575
Italian, Brescia
ca. 1620–30
Anton Peffenhauser
1582
German
ca. 1490
Indian (Mogul)
18th century
German
ca. 1550 and later
German
ca. 1495–1500
Jörg Sorg the Younger
ca. 1550–55, some etched decoration, 19th century
Japanese
ca. 1615–1868
Martin Schneider the Younger
1610–20
Lucio Piccinino
partially mid-16th century, comprehensively reworked in the 19th century
French
ca. 1660 and later
Indian
ca. 1800
Flemish
17th century
Jacob Halder
1586
Anton Peffenhauser
ca. 1565
German
mainly 19th century, in style of 15th century
British, Worcester
ca. 1752–1753
Avar
700s
German, Augsburg
1573
German, Augsburg
ca. 1550–60