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Part of Arms and Armor
Samuel Colt (American, 1814–1862)
Date: ca. 1853Accession Number: 1995.336
Kunz Lochner (German, Nuremberg, 1510–1567)
Date: dated 1549Accession Number: 33.164a–x
Armor attributed to Richard Holden (British, London, recorded 1658–1708)
Date: ca. 1683Accession Number: 15.113.1–.5; 29.158.885
Design of the decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger (German, Augsburg 1497/98–1543 London)
Date: dated 1527Accession Number: 19.131.1a–r, t–w, .2a–c; 27.183.16
Made under the direction of Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608)
Date: 1586Accession Number: 32.130.6a–y
Date: ca. 1544Accession Number: 32.130.7a–l
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The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg Arms and Armor Court offers the most extensive selection in the United States of rare and finely made sixteenth- and seventeenth-century European armor for men and horses, created for kings and noblemen to use on the battlefield and in tournaments.
The gallery features a group of elaborately decorated Greenwich armors, from the English Royal workshops founded by King Henry VIII, and one of Henry's personal armors, made in Italy and worn by the king in his last campaign against the French at Calais in 1544.
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