Cuirassier armour with lobster-tailed pot helmet, 17 cen
The armour is consist of a Lobster-tailed pot helmet with five-barred-face-guard, seven- plate-neck guard, breastplate, back plate, gorget, thigh-long tassets, six-plate pauldrons with front and rear wings, closed rerebraces with heart-shaped elbow cops, vambraces a finger gauntlets. A heart is engraved on the breastplate. The back plate is reinforced in the centre with a notched backbone rod. More information...
Cuirassier armour with lobster-tailed pot helmet, 1st Half of the 17th century
According to historical sources, this armor belonged to Theodore Russinger, a bailiff (am. Marshal) in Locarno.
The rivets and strap fittings are made of brass. All the resting parts of the armour entirely hand-hammered of carbon steel sheet according to DIN50049, approx. 1,5mm thick.
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