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Sallet

Sallet

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Summary

This type of sallet, with an open face and a long swept tail, was widely used by infantrymen in Italy. This example is stamped with armorer's marks attributed to Pietro Giacomo da Castello (documented 1485–1525), who worked for the dukes of Mantua.
Attributed to Pietro Giacomo da Castello (Italian, documented 1485–1525)

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Date

1510 - 1519
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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