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possibly Italian, Savoy
ca. 1590
Italian
ca. 1565–75
German
ca. 1550
Flemish or Italian
ca. 1635
German
ca. 1540
Italian
ca. 1540
Italian
ca. 1560
Lorenz Helmschmid
ca. 1500
German
ca. 1540
Italian
ca. 1570
German
ca. 1500–1525
possibly French
ca. 1550
German
ca. 1560
Italian
ca. 1520
German
ca. 1560
Filippo Negroli
ca. 1530–35
German
ca. 1550
German
ca. 1490
Kolman Helmschmid
ca. 1525
German
ca. 1520–25
Western European
late 16th century
German
ca. 1550
Niccolò Silva
ca. 1510–15
German
ca. 1560
Italian
mid-16th century
Kunz Lochner
ca. 1555; probably repainted later
German
ca. 1550
Hans Seusenhofer
ca. 1532
French
late 16th century
possibly French
left pauldron, ca. 1500; right pauldron, possibly 19th century
German
largest lame of shoulder defense, ca. 1475; other elements probably 19th century
German
ca. 1550
Spanish
ca. 1530