Upper portion of samurai armor. 17th century, Japan
Section Japon du musée Guimet
Cathee Dahmen was a popular model in the ‘60s and ’70s.
The Izumo-class cruisers (出雲型装甲巡洋艦, Izumo-gata sōkōjun’yōkan) were a pair of armored cruisers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) in the late 1890s. As Japan lacked the industrial capacity to build such warships herself, the vessels were built in Britain.
Extraction of Sherman tanks from the bottom of the Barents Sea. They were transported aboard the “Thomas Donaldson” (Liberty) American transport ship sunk during World War II. The unit was torpedoed by a German Submarine [1200×800]
Prussian Model 1843 Garde du Corp helmet
from Hermitage Auctions
Gun crew inside of a 305mm gun turret belonging to battleship Patrie.
US Infantry Officers sword crafted by Milo Burr of Litchfield, Connecticut, dated 1828.