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Knee guard
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Catalog Nr.: CZ-01.02
Exclude VAT: 68 EUR
Include VAT (21%): 82.28 EUR
Weight: 1.5 kg

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The poleyn was a component of Medievall and Renaissanceá armor that protected the knee. During the transition from mail áarmor to plate armourá, this was among the earliest plate components to develop. They first appeared in the mid-thirteenth century and remained in use until the early seventeenth century when firearms made them obsolete.

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