|Specimen Of Rustred Coat
|Specimen of rustred coat, in which the flat rings are oval and overlap each other halfway. This sort of coat in which the rings do not really interlace, is represented in illuminations as actual chain armours.
|Specimen Of Macled Coat
|Specimen of macled coat. This is composed of small lozenge shaped plates of metal, sewed on a foundation of cloth or leather and sometimes overlapping each other half way.
|Specimen Of Coat Of Mail In Riveted Rings
|Specimen of coat of mail in riveted rings. Being entirely formed of metal rings, the coat of mail has neither wrong side nor lining.
|15th Century Brigantine Composed Of Small Steel Plates
|Brigantine of the 15th century, composed of small steel plates, exhibited on the reverse side at the Museum of Artillery, Paris. Similar specimens can be found in the Museums of Sigmaringen and Munich.
|Coat In Steel Plates From Persian Manuscript Of 1600
|Coat in steel plates, from a Persian manuscript of about 1600.
|Persian Hauberk In Chain Mail
|Persian hauberk in chain mail, with sleeves, cuisses and leggings, from Persian manuscript Schah Nameh of 1600.
|Mongolian Coat Of Steel Plate Armour
|Mongolian coat of steel plate armour, the links are without rivets. From early part of 18th century.
|Polygar Coat Of Mail
|Polygar coat of mail, remarkable for the points round the collar descending on to the shoulders. From Meyrick Collection.
|Indian Coat From Meyrick Collection
|Indian coat, the straight collar appears to indicate a comparatively modern origin. From Meyrick Collection.
|Indian Coat In Rhinoceros Hide
|Indian coat in rhinoceros hide. This armour which is ornamented with inlaid plates has a very modern and far from graceful character about it. From Meyrick Collection.
|Specimen Of The Ringed Coat Composed Of Flat Rings
|Specimen of the ringed coat composed of flat rings sewed side by side on quilted linen or leather.
|Specimen Of Trellised Coat
|Specimen of trellised coat. Made both of quilted linen and skin, strengthened with straps of thick leather placed trellis-wise. Each square is armed with riveted nail head.
|Specimen Of Scaled Or Imbricated Coat
|Specimen of scaled or imbricated coat. Also called jazeran and korazin. Armour consists of scales of metal sewed by rows so as to overlap each other, on quilted linen or leather.
|German Hauberk Of The 11th Century
|German hauberk of the 11th century, with fixed hood, cuisses and leggings from the Jeremias Apocalypsis, preserved in the library at Darmstadt.
|Gamboison Of The 16th Century
|Gamboison, or a sort of coat or jacket of the 16th century. Made of linen, quilted and embroidered. This is worn under the cuirass. In Cluny Museum and Reneé Collection at Constance.
|Gamboison Of The 14th Century
|Gamboison of the 14th century, with fixed cuisses and legging. It is of quilted linen, fitted with mail at the breast, waist and knees. In the Museum of Munich.
|Brigantine Jacket Of The 15th Century
|Brigantine jacket of the 15th century. The trilobed scales are stamped with the fleur-de-lys, and riveted, overlapping each other on the velvet doublet of which they form a metal ring. From Museum of Darmstadt.
|Brigantine Of The 15th Century With Trefoil Shaped Scales
|Brigantine of the 15th century, with trefoil shaped imbricated scales. This is remarkable on account of its waist-piece, which protects the thighs below the hips. From Dresden Museum.
|15th Century Jacket In Imbricated Plates Of Steel
|15th century jacket in imbricated plates of steel, with collar and arm-guards in chain mail. The scales of this armour are not riveted on to any material, but riveted to one another with lining of stuff or skin, so that it resembles a coat of mail. From Erbach Collection.
|Coat Of Mail Of Jean Ziska
|Coat of mail of Jean Ziska, copied from an old picture in teh library at Geneva. The coat and breastplate are in iron, but the mail of the gorget and the surrounding rims are of copper.
|Back View Of 16th Century Saracenic Coat Of Mail
|Back view of 16th century Saracenic coat of mail. Doubled at the back with a plain and pointed hood, which serves both as a protection to the shoulders and also as a camail or hood, and reached only a little below the hips. In the Museum of Artillery in Paris.