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A Mail Shirt from the Hearst Collection – E. Martin Burgess. A 14th century riveted European riveted mail shirt, made with a rare combination of alternating solid and wedge riveted links. http://www.erikds.com/pdf/tmrs_pdf_13.pdf

A Mail Shirt from the Hearst Collection – E.

European riveted mail hauberk, Germany, mid 15th century. Low-carbon steel, quench hardened after assembly.

European riveted mail hauberk, Germany, mid century 1450 - Low-carbon steel, quench hardened after assembly.

Mamluk mail and plate shirt, 15th century. Mail shirts reinforced with steel or iron plates appear to have been developed first in Iran or Anatolia in the late 14th or early 15th c. Variations of mail-and-plate armor were worn throughout the Middle East by the Persians, Ottomans, and Mamluks. The style probably was introduced into India early in the Mughal period due to Ottoman influence on Mughal military practices.Yushman Mamluk 15th century. Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul.

Mamluk mail and plate shirt, century. Mail shirts reinforced with steel or…

European riveted mail hauberk, Augsburg, Germany, late 14th century or early 15th century. Low-carbon steel and copper alloy. Length: 73.7 cm. Diameter: 1.11 cm, rings. Weight: 4.479 kg. The Wallace collection. (Wallace A1), Q1.

European riveted mail hauberk, Augsburg, Germany, late century or early century. Low-carbon steel and copper alloy. The Wallace collection.

European riveted mail hauberk, late 15th century. Low-carbon steel, hardened by quenching after construction, and copper alloy. Length: 71.1 cm, front. Length: 76.2 cm, back. Diameter: 1.07 cm, links. Weight: 7.485 kg, The Wallace Collection, (Wallace A6).

Europen riveted mail hauberk, century, belonging to Francis .

European (Slavic) riveted mail hauberk, 16th century, wedge shaped rivets with secondary modifications using round rivets. F4.

European (Slavic) riveted mail hauberk, century, wedge shaped rivets with secondary modifications using round rivets.

European (Germany) riveted mail shirt, 14th century, belonging by tradition to Rudolph IV of Hapsburg, Duke of Austria, Carinthia and Ferrette (1339-1365), made with a rare combination of alternating solid and wedge riveted links.

European (Germany) riveted mail shirt, century, belonging by tradition to Rudolph/Rudolf IV of Hapsburg, Duke of Austria, Carinthia and Ferrette made with a rare combination of alternating solid and wedge riveted links. (the Hearst shirt).

European (Eastern) riveted mail hauberk, 14th century, constructed with "baidana" a flat washer type link, Eesti Ajaloomuuseumi  Estonia.

European (Eastern) riveted mail hauberk, century, constructed with "baidana" a flat washer type link, Eesti Ajaloomuuseumi Estonia.

European (German) riveted mail hauberk, 2nd half of the 15th century, mid thigh length shirt with short sleeves coming to just above the elbows and stand-up collar of heavier links. Composed of riveted links of round section, the chest with brass button stamped with the Nuremberg mark with the legend Stadt Nurmberg in Gothic miniscules. Condition: Showing some scattered holes and losses. Rear lower edge missing 3 inch x 20 inch section. Length: 32 inches. Weight: 11 pounds.

European (German) riveted mail hauberk, half of the century, mid thigh…

European (German) riveted mail hauburk, 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.

European (German) riveted mail hauburk, century, Germany, with brass links inscribed with the maker`s name:`Bechler´, Metropolitan Museum.

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