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. ...
Smith and Davy, 1816 - Armor - 31 pages
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Abrantes ancient ANTIENT ARMOUR Back Plate barrel Battle of Waterloo beautiful Cuirass blade Blue and Gold Bonaparte breast breast-plate chain mail Chanfron Charles Cross Bow curiously formed Edward III elaborately inlaid Electors of Bavaria elegant form elegant Persian elegant specimen Elizabeth embossed engraved and gilt exhibited figure finely chased finest formed Helmet French German Gold Cuirass guard handle Henry VII hilt horse Horseman's Armour inlaid with gold inlaid with ivory ivory and pearl J. P. De Loutherbourg James Jazerant King of Bavaria's late J. P. Long Armed Gauntlet Loutherbourg's collection Maison Match Lock Gun Napoleon Bonaparte old English open Helmet ornamented pauldrons Persian Dagger plate armour Powder Flask Proprietor rare specimen reign richly engraved richly inlaid scabbard Scale Armour singular form Spanish Armada Spear Spur Steel Shield Stirrups suit of bright Suit of Horseman's Sword tassets trophies Turkish vambraces Venetian VIII warrior Wheel Lock Gun Wheel Lock Pistol
Page 22 - had been taught by experience, that the formidable cavalry of the Franks,
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 3 - the centre of the breast is engraved and gilt the subject of