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Old 24th September 2022, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default Renaissance armor

A local antique shop has this set of armor on display. I know nothing about armor but he says most of it is genuine (he mentioned last week that some pieces have been replaced but unfortunately I don't recall which and I forgot to ask again) and I thought perhaps someone here would be interested, so I took a few pictures (which for some reason seem to have gotten flipped 90 degrees when I uploaded them here; not sure how to fix that).

Added the harpoon as a bonus.
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