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Innsbruck Konrad Seusenhofer, part of a suit of armor presented by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I to Henry VIII. Royal Armories, U.

Henry VIII's suit of armour, c.1544, Italian made. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Henry VIII's suit of armour, Italian made. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - now that is one heck of a suit of armor!

The Horned Helmet of Henry VIII    Presented to Henry by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, 1514.

The Horned Helmet of Henry VIII. Made by Konrad Seusenhofer,Innsbruck, Austria c. Part of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I, to Henry VIII.

Believed to be part of an armour presented to Henry VIII by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I. Attributed to Konrad Seusenhofer

Austrian, Innsbruck, about Believed to be part of an armour presented to Henry VIII by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I. Attributed to Konrad Seusenhofer

Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds Collection;    16th century, full face parade helmet.    This helmet was made in Innsbruck between 1511-1514 by the master armourer Konrad Seusenhofer, and is all that survives of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I to King Henry VIII of England. it is believed to be a caricature of Maximillian

This helmet was made in Innsbruck between by the master armourer Konrad Seusenhofer, and is all that survives of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I to King Henry VIII of England.

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Items similar to Waffenrock (Landsknecht) on Etsy

Armor for Joffrey

Armor for Joffrey

Sir Giles Plate Armour helmet. Sir Giles was part of Henry VIII retinue at the Field of The Cloth of Gold in 1520

Tournament Helm, steel, possibly English, c This helm was made for tournaments fought on foot. It hung above the tomb of Sir Giles Capel - in Rayne Church, Essex. Sir Giles was part of Henry VIII's retinue at the Field of The Cloth of Gold in 1520

Creepy guards helmet. Wouldn't be very effective on the battlefield.

Horatio, describing to Hamlet the apparition he has seen on the platform. ~"Even though the Ghost was in full battle armour

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