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Part of Arms and Armor
Helmet includes original paper label of Hallé (French, Paris, active ca. 1780–1800)
Date: ca. 1788–90Accession Number: 1988.65.1–.2
Israel Schuech (German, Dresden, active 1590–1610)
Date: dated 1606Accession Number: 1970.77
Made by James Morisset (English, London, active 1768–1800)
Date: hallmarked for 1797–98Accession Number: 26.145.315a, b
Signature probably refers to Jean Drouart (French, Paris, died before October 1715)
Date: dated 1712Accession Number: 1989.3
Grip attributed to Joseph Deutschmann (German, Imst 1717–1787 Passau)
Date: ca. 1740Accession Number: 26.145.243a, b
Date: ca. 1540Accession Number: 2010.200
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