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Close Helmet for the Tourney

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Steel leather brass, Austrian Innsbruck
Arms and Armor, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Bashford Dean Memorial Collection Gift of Edward S. Harkness 1929
Title: Close Helmet for the Tourney
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Steel leather brass, Austrian Innsbruck.

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