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Prussian fifer with Austrian hussars and English Regiment of Foot

Prussian fifer with Austrian hussars and English Regiment of Foot

Indian weapons. Katar (push dagger), 17th century. Steel, damascened and inlaid with gold.  Zaghnal (war hammer / pick) 18th century. Steel, damascened and inlaid with gold.  The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow.

Indian weapons. Katar (push dagger), 17th century. Steel, damascened and inlaid with gold. Zaghnal (war hammer / pick) 18th century. Steel, damascened and inlaid with gold. The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow.

several patterns for 17th century English  Coifs - bonnet-like hat, can round edges and also fold back for different looks - made in linen

several patterns for 17th century English Coifs - bonnet-like hat, can round edges and also fold back for different looks - made in linen

Snow in Parsberg Castle, Germany.I want to go here one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Snow in Parsberg Castle, Germany.I want to go here one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Two Memento Mori gold rings from the 17th century - Presented by Dr C.D.E. Fortnum in honour of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897;WA1899.CDEF.F476 and WA1899.CDEF.F520 http://www.ashmolean.org/ash/objects/?mu=153

Two Memento Mori gold rings from the 17th century - Presented by Dr C.D.E. Fortnum in honour of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897;WA1899.CDEF.F476 and WA1899.CDEF.F520 http://www.ashmolean.org/ash/objects/?mu=153

The Fashion Historian :: cavalier-man-3.jpg picture by balletwench - Photobucket

The Fashion Historian :: cavalier-man-3.jpg picture by balletwench - Photobucket

A rare piece of armour, thought to have belonged to Louis XIII's bodyguard, France 17th century.

A rare piece of armour, thought to have belonged to Louis XIII's bodyguard, France 17th century.

The Peak House in Medfield, Massachusetts was originally built in 1651. However, it was burned during the King Philip's War in 1676 and the current house was rebuilt circa 1677-80.

Massachusetts oldest (still standing) 17th century homes

The Peak House in Medfield, Massachusetts was originally built in 1651. However, it was burned during the King Philip's War in 1676 and the current house was rebuilt circa 1677-80.

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