Catalogue of a Most Splendid and Instructive Collection of Ancient Armour: Exhibiting at the Oplotheca, No. 20, Lower Brook Street, Bond Street. Forming a Series from the Norman Conquest; Including the Greatest Variety of Fine Shields, Helmets, Swords, Guns,&c.&c. ...

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Smith and Davy, 1816 - Armor - 31 pages
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Page 22 - had been taught by experience, that the formidable cavalry of the Franks,
Page 3 - to fall down, instead of the usual method of rising or lifting up. On a plate in the front of the chanfron
Page 14 - to the time of the Union of the houses of York and Lancaster.
Page 3 - suit of black and gold, with the pectoral, chanfron, and other trappings for the horse, is another of those removed from the Royal Armoury
Page 30 - was used principally by the archers, and took its name from the light-armed troops
Page ix - that he has for many years past been in the habit of
Page 3 - the centre of the breast is engraved and gilt the subject of
Page 22 - it was obtained by the late Dr. Green of Litchfield ; it is

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