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Formed of a main plate shaped to the brow fitted at its upper corners with gutter-shaped ear-defences cut at its lower corners with gently flanged semi-circular openings for the eyes pierced around its edges with later stitch-holes for the attachment of a lining (the lateral edges patched) fitted at the centre of the forehead with a quadrangular spike and later large rosette washer and decorated with three diverging groups of flutes emphasised by pairs of incised lines the rear struck with five dots in a dice-formation.
|Location of Origin: Europe|
|Primary Classification: Antique guns, Antique Swords for Sale : Armour for Sale|
|Provenance: W. H. Spiller sold at Christie’s, 30 January 1901, lot 15Christie’s 27 April 1951 lot 2Dr Richard Williams Presteigne PowysThe Tower of London Armouries, sold Sotheby’s London, 15 October 1974, lot 73|
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