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Chanfron in Maximilian Style, c. 1510 Germany, Nuremberg (?), early 16th Century steel, Overall - h:59.20 w:33.20 d:10.10 cm (h:23 1/4 w:13 1/16 d:3 15/16 inches) Wt: 1.54 kg

Chanfron in Maximilian Style, c.), early Century steel, Overall - cm inches) Wt: kg

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A FINE DECORATIVE FULL ARMOUR FOR A HORSE IN GERMAN EARLY 16TH CENTURY 'MAXIMILIAN' STYLE

A fine decorative full armour for a horse in German early century 'Maximilian' style.

Chanfron (headpiece for a horse), c 1515-1520, Etched and partially blackened steel; brass; leather (replaced)  Approximately: 16 1/8 x 12 3/16 x 20 7/8 inches (41 x 31 x 53 cm) Weight: 7.3 lb. (3297g)

Chanfron (headpiece for a horse), c Etched and partially blackened steel; leather (replaced) Approximately: 16 x 12 x 20 inches x 31 x 53 cm) Weight: lb.

Shaffron of Ottheinrich, Count Palatine of the Rhine

Equestrian Equipment Shaffron of Ottheinrich, Count Palatine of the Rhine Artist (German Place - Met, NY

Infantry Breastplate, Nurnberg 1508. Bearing quality marks of Nurnberg and Augsburg - bought by Maxmilian I, perhaps inspected in Augsburg prior to issue.

Infantry Breastplate, Nurnberg Bearing quality marks of Nurnberg and Augsburg - bought by Maxmilian I, perhaps inspected in Augsburg prior to issue.

Partial Suit of Armor in Maximilian Style  Partial Suit of Armor in Maximilian Style, c. 1525 Germany, Nuremberg, 16th century steel, Overall - h:28.70 w:30.40 d:21.70 cm (h:11 1/4 w:11 15/16 d:8 1/2 inches) Wt: 2.72 kg. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Severance 1916.1714

Partial Suit of Armor in Maximilian Style Partial Suit of Armor in Maximilian Style, c. 1525 Germany, Nuremberg, century steel, Overall - cm inches) Wt: kg.

Horse Armor of Duke Ulrich of Württemberg, for use in the field 1507 Wilhelm von Worms the Elder Duke Ulrich of Württemberg (1487-1550, ruled 1498 to 1519 and 1534 to 1550) possibly commissioned this armor in anticipation of riding, along with other German princes, with Maximilian I of Austria from Germany to Rome, where Maximilian was to be crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Julius II. Because the Republic of Venice refused to grant safe passage, however, the planned journey never took…

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Horse Armor of Duke Ulrich of Württemberg, for use in the field - German, 1507 - Kienbusch collection

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