Joseph Sherlock

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Armor from the royal workshops at Greenwich, established in 1515 by Henry VIII (reigned 1509–47) to produce armors for himself and his court, the earliest surviving Greenwich garniture, armor made with a series of exchange and reinforcing pieces by which it could be adapted for use in battle and in different forms of the tournament, design of the decoration attributed to the Swiss artist Hans Holbein the Younger (1497–1543), who worked at the English court from 1526 to 1528. Met Museum.

Armor for Field and Tournament. Decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger (Swiss, active in England Armor from of the English Greenwich style. It is steel with etching and gilt inlay.

The jousting armor of Dr. Tobias Capwell, scholar and warrior. A unique armour in the English style, circa 1440 - 1460, made of hardened and tempered medium carbon steel with rich gilt ornamentation and gilt chainmail.

The jousting armor of Dr. Tobias Capwell, scholar and warrior. A unique armour in the English style, circa 1440 - made of hardened and tempered medium carbon steel with rich gilt ornamentation and gilt chainmail. A real Iron Man.

German or Swiss Two Handed Sword (Hand & a Half Sword) With Flamberge Blade Circa 1570 .

I was about to pin this saying the crossguard was good but the blade was stupid. Then I looked at what a flamberge is. ~ German or Swiss Two Handed Sword (Hand & a Half Sword) With Flamberge Blade Circa 1570 .

Partisan Carried by the Bodyguard of Louis XIV (1638–1715, reigned from 1643)

Partisan Carried by the Bodyguard of Louis XIV reigned from Date: ca. Culture: French, Paris Medium: Steel, blued and damascened with gold;

German longsword by an unknown artist / maker. The blade dates from the 14th century and was fitted to this new hilt around 1580. It is made of iron or steel, copper, cord and leather, and blued. It is 37.5 inches long, with a blade width of just over 2 inches and weights 4.5 pounds. The unknown maker's mark is a bell within a shield in copper. It is   #A477 in the Wallace Collection in London, England.

THE WALLACE COLLECTION - Longsword Unknown Artist / Maker; 1580 (hilt) century (blade) Iron or steel, copper, cord and leather, blued; Maker's mark: Bell within a shield In copper, from hilt