by tbuser, published
German (portions from Nuremberg or perhaps Augsburg)
Style of armor named after the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I.
Scanned at the Reading Public Museum in Reading, PA using 123D Catch.
Unfortunately this scan isn't very good. I couldn't go all the way around the back and people kept walking around. I might go back later and try again.
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