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Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion 1380-1400 ref_arm_1562_003 The brim is obviously a later addition, perhaps XVIth century, as the helm presents two holes for the side hinges for the pivots of the visor that have been closed by a rivet and the metal texture of the brim itself is quite different.

Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion 1380-1400 ref_arm_1562_003 The brim is obviously a later addition, perhaps XVIth century, as the helm presents two holes for the side hinges for the pivots of the visor that have been closed by a rivet and the metal texture of the brim itself is quite different.

Visor, Museo Stibbert, Florence 1390-1410 ref_arm_1514_000

Visor, Museo Stibbert, Florence 1390-1410 ref_arm_1514_000

Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion  1350-1380 German ref_arm_1561_010 Visor and skull don't belong to each other, as they evidently don't fit together correctly.

Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion 1350-1380 German ref_arm_1561_010 Visor and skull don't belong to each other, as they evidently don't fit together correctly.

Bascinet, Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe 1370-1400 German ref_arm_1520_004

Bascinet, Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe 1370-1400 German ref_arm_1520_004

Bascinet, Museo Poldi Pezzoli. Milan 1360-1380 ref_arm_2121_002

Bascinet, Museo Poldi Pezzoli. Milan 1360-1380 ref_arm_2121_002

Bascinet, British Museum, London  1350-1380 ref_arm_1532_002

Bascinet, British Museum, London 1350-1380 ref_arm_1532_002

Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion   1380-1400 ref_arm_1562_006  The brim is obviously a later addition, perhaps XVIth century, as the helm presents two holes for the side hinges for the pivots of the visor that have been closed by a rivet and the metal texture of the brim itself is quite different.

Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion 1380-1400 ref_arm_1562_006 The brim is obviously a later addition, perhaps XVIth century, as the helm presents two holes for the side hinges for the pivots of the visor that have been closed by a rivet and the metal texture of the brim itself is quite different.

Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion   1380-1400 ref_arm_1562_004 The brim is obviously a later addition, perhaps XVIth century, as the helm presents two holes for the side hinges for the pivots of the visor that have been closed by a rivet and the metal texture of the brim itself is quite different.

Bascinet, Musée de Valere, Sion 1380-1400 ref_arm_1562_004 The brim is obviously a later addition, perhaps XVIth century, as the helm presents two holes for the side hinges for the pivots of the visor that have been closed by a rivet and the metal texture of the brim itself is quite different.

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