A Late Fourteenth-Century Transitional Kettle-Hat Found in London

  title={A Late Fourteenth-Century Transitional Kettle-Hat Found in London},
  author={Jamie S. Hood},
  journal={Arms \& Armour},
  pages={154 - 180}
Abstract Amongst the armour in the collection of the British Museum is a kettle-hat (Object Number: P&E 1856,0701·2243) that was found in London during the second quarter of the nineteenth century. In January 2010, the kettle-hat was conserved before its loan to the Royal Armouries Museum for display at the Tower of London. New findings that occurred during conservation led to the most in-depth technical examination and analysis of this relatively unknown helmet since its discovery. This paper… 
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