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O, yes! That's a hit)!
Thanx, I'll know where to look for it when I need it.
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If anyone wants larger hard copy,they're in the Osprey 'Irish Wars'
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Great detail of English soldiers of the period, I paticularly like the soliders on the march - http://www.lib.ed.ac.uk/about/bgallery/ ... 60_jpg.htm

Plus an insite into the 16th C Irish art of buttock warming too :? - http://www.lib.ed.ac.uk/about/bgallery/ ... 55_jpg.htm

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Velund wrote:O, yes! That's a hit)!
Thanx, I'll know where to look for it when I need it.
Does this mean we will be seeing some late C16th pieces of armour for sale on your site soon? :thumbup:
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Bevis Gittens wrote:
Velund wrote:O, yes! That's a hit)!
Thanx, I'll know where to look for it when I need it.
Does this mean we will be seeing some late C16th pieces of armour for sale on your site soon? :thumbup:

Actually, an individual piece of armour may be made if one needs it.
There is a kind of crisis in our armoury now - armourers leave as they have gained some experience to make their own workshops.
So we now focus mainly on cast items.
Welcome to http://armourandcastings.com/!
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This might interest you

http://wiki.umd.edu/psidney/index.php?title=Plate_24

The London Trained band at the Funeral of Sir Phillip Sydney in 1587

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Thanks Dahti great link
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