European riveted mail standard / mail bevor, Churburg collection.
Mail collar (standard / pisane), iron, copper alloy, riveted mail neck, each link connected to three links in the rows above and below (1:6), lower section is alternate riveted and welded links shaped to fall in points over the shoulders, lower edge and centre portion of the upper edge are formed of riveted copper alloy links. Around the base of the neck section is an intermittent row of butted copper alloy links and three remaining butted copper alloy link triangles, The British museum. E1.
European (Germany) riveted mail hauberk, mid 15th century, Iron and copper alloy. Length: 72.4 cm, front Length: 35.5 cm, back Diameter: 0.102 cm, links Weight: 5.61 kg The Wallace Collection, (Wallace A5).
European (German) riveted mail hauberk, 15th century, although mail making was a highly specialized craft, very few mail garments were signed by their makers. This one has two brass links inscribed with the name BECHLER, (probably the family name of maker, form of name suggesting South German origin). L. overall 36 inches (99.5 cm); W. approx. 33 inches (83.9 cm). Metropolitan Museum. C7.