Medieval Armor History: Count Galeazzo of Arc. Italian armour of the half of the XVth century whose original is held in the Churburg castle in Sluderno (Italy). It was made by the milanese armourer Tommaso Negroli commissioned by Count Galeazzo d'Arco. It is a typical italian-style armor characterized by plain patches and by a "U" shaped or "Venetian-style" sallet leaving the face completely bare. Entirely hand crafted in steel, fully wearable and provided with a rectangular wooden base. Height 6'8" (stand included). Weight 80 pds.
Entirely made in Italy, steel, processed by hand, with leather straps to be worn.