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Elbows cover can be ordered in different options of surface finish. It is obvious that simple soldier armour not always fit with precise polishing and vice-versa, highly decorative style can not be finished shallowly. Despite of finish, the marks of mechanic processing are never left on the surface and details like, for example inside spacers and those which fasten the leather belts are hand made, or their look is similar as hand made ones. As default I use normal type of steel, unless it is written in product description otherwise.
Couters 20
price: 500 euro + mailing costs

New


Couters. Second half of 15th century. It is 1,5mm thick. This product is non-welded. Surface hammered, sanded, hammering marks (6*), additionaly there are some file marks also.

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Couters 19
price: 150 euro + mailing costs

New


The elbow protection from the 14th century iconography. Made of 1.5mm thick steel. Surface is hammered and blackened with a bees wax (*5). This product is non-welded (made of one sheet of steel).

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Couters 18
price: 140 euro + mailing costs

New


The elbow protection from the 14th century iconography. Made of 1.5mm thick steel. Surface is hammered and blackened with a bees wax (*5). This product is non-welded (made of one sheet of steel).

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Couters 17
price: 210 euro + mailing costs


Couters. Second half of 15th century. It is 1,5mm thick. This product is non-welded. Surface hammered and slighty polished, hemmering marks (7*)

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Couters 16
price: 180 euro + mailing costs


Couters. Second half of 15th century. It is 1,5mm thick. Surface is hammered and blackened with a bees wax (*5). This product is non-welded.

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Couters 15 tool steel (C45)
price: 260 euro + mailing costs


Couters. Second half of 15th century. It is 1,5mm thick. Material used to make it is tool steel C45. Surface is hammered and sanded, there are hammer marks left (*6). This product is non-welded.

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Couters 14
price: 180 euro + mailing costs


Couters. Second half of 15th century. It is 1,5mm thick. Surface is hammered (*4). This product is non-welded.

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Couters 13
price: 600 euro + mailing costs


The late gothic protection of the elbow from the end of the 15th century. These large couters were popular in Switzerland. Inspired by the iconography and tombstone. Made of 2mm thick steel. The whole is hammered, and then sanded and polished by hand (*2). This product is non-welded (made of one sheet of steel).

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Couters 11
price: 180 euro + mailing costs


The elbow protection from the 14th century iconography. Made of 2mm thick steel. The whole is hammered, and then sanded and polished by hand (*2). This product is non-welded (made of one sheet of steel).

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