Helmet and Spatha (cavalry sword) from around 500 CE.
Last of the entrance display.
The armor of Friedrich the Elector of Pfalz from around 1450 made in Milan by Missaglia.
Knight armor owned by Roberto da Sanseverino Count of Caiazzo (Naples) from Italian Master around 1485.
Partial and complete sets of jousting armor from 1500s most belong to Maximilian I’s collection.
Crossbow and two parade spears from 1474.
Field armor (leather) from around around 1525.
two sets of child armor from 1570.
Internal helmet padding from around 1425.
Riding armor also from Maximillian I’s collection.
The only original horse padding for jousting and some mean looking lances.
Maximillian I Armor, he wore these suits, with the removable long toes. from around 1485.
Foxhelm of King Ferdinand I from around 1526.
Another suit from King Ferdinand I from around 1537.
Jousting guns, and excessive daggers. These were the simplest of the contraptions they came up with.