Royal Armor Stephen Bathory. Hussar armor of the Hungarian noble and king of Poland. Exact reproduction of the original armor.
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Hussar armor of the Hungarian noble and king of Poland.
Exact reproduction of the original royal armor.
Etched and gilded.
Parts of armor:
Stephen Bathory (English), Istvan Bathory (Hungarian), Stefan Batory (Polish).
Bathory was 16th century hungarian noble, prince of Transylvania and king of Poland in 1576-1586.
Bathory fought Turks under Habsburgs, he got captured and Austrian Emperor refused to pay a ransom.
Bathory became queen Anna Jagiellon’s husband, king of Poland. Bathory was responsible for improving Polish army. He formed so-called chosen infantry (formed by peasants), reorganized a cavalry, artillery, military engineering and navy. He also joined the Livonia to the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, after the Polish-Russian War (1577-1582).
Bathory led repeately his army into Russia. He besieged city of Pskov and then negotiation with Ivan the Terrible (Russian Tsar) started.
Made in Poland.
Production time: 2- 4 months.