Arms, Armour & Militaria Sale on
Wednesday 27th June 2012
On view:
Sunday 24th June 12 noon to 4 pm
Monday 25th June 10 am to 7 pm
Tuesday 26th June 10 am to 5 pm
Sale commences at 12 noon

Lots: 361-390 of 566

Lot

Description & Estimate

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361

FFOULKES, C. J. The Armouries of the Tower of London, London 1916 (Volume 1); SZABLOWSKI, J. Collections of the Royal Castle of Wawel, Warsaw 1969; HILTL, G. Die Waffensammlung des Prinzen Carl von Preussen, Berlin 1981; WENNBERG, K. European Firearms in Swedish Castles, Uddevalla 1986; BOCCIA, L. G. Il Museo Stibbert a Firenze, Milan 1975, Volume 3, two copies; DE MORA AMELL, E. Museo-Armería de D. José Estruch y Cumella, Barcelona 1976; BOCCIA, L. G. Musei e Gallerie di Milano, Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Armeria II, Milan 1986, in its slipcase; MAZZINI, F. (editor), L'Armeria Reale di Torino, Milan 1982; MANN, J. Wallace Collection Catalogues European Arms and Armour, London 1962, Volumes 1 & 2; BIDERMANN, G. H. Burg Hornberg, Schwäbisch Hall, 1980; FLIEGEL, S. N. Arms and Armour, the Cleveland Museum of Art, New York 1998; REVERSEAU, J. P. Armes et Armures de la Couronne au Musée de l'Armée, Dijon 2004, in its slipcase; Edged Weapons and Firearms in the Collection of Eugene S. Jones; Musée des Armes Rares , Ancienes et Orientales de sa Majesté l'Empereur de toutes Les Russies, Fridingen 1981; KUNSTHISTORISCHES MUSEUM WIEN, Katalog der Leibrüstkammer, Vienna 1976
(17)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

240

362

GUSLER, W. B. & LAVIN, J. D. Decorated Firearms 1540-1870, Williamsburg 1977; KIST J.B, Dutch Muskets and Pistols, London 1974; NEDERLANDS LEGER- EN WAPENMUSEUM, Nederlandse Vuurwapens uit de 17e en 18e eeuw, Netherlands 1978; BOTTET, M. Nicolas Boutet et la Manufacture de Versailles, France; HOFF, A. Dutch Firearms, Rugby 1978; STAATLICHE KUNSTSAMMLUNGEN DRESDEN HISTORISCHES MUSEUM,KATALOG DRESDENER BÜCHSENMACHER 16.-18.JH, Dresden 1975; GLAGE, W. Das Kunsthandwerk der Büchsenmacher im Land Braunschweig, Braunschweig 1983; and another related volume
(8)
Estimate: 120-180

Nil

    

40

363

HAENEL, Erich. Kostbare Waffen aus der Dresdner Rüstkammer, Leipzig 1923, 80 plates
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

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280

364

HAYWARD, J.F. The Art of the Gunmaker, 1500-1660, London 1965, 2 volumes; PETERSON, H. Encyclopedia of Firearms, London 1964; BAXTER D. Superimposed Load Firearms 1360-1860, Hong Kong 1966; WINANT, L. Firearms Curiosa, New York 1955; WINANT, L. Early Percussion Firearms, London 1961
(6)
Estimate: 120-180

Nil

    

80

365

JOURNALS: THE JOURNAL OF THE ARMS AND ARMOUR SOCIETY
an incomplete run, covering the period 1956-2004: Vol II, No. 1-3, 5-12; Vol. III, No.1-12; Vol. IV, No. 1-3, 5-12; Vol. V, 1-12; Vol. VI, No. 1-12; Vol. VII, No. 1-12; Vol. VIII, No. 1-4; Vol. XVIII, No. 1(2 copies), 2
Estimate: 100-200

Nil

    

80

366

KINDIG, J. Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its Golden Age, York 1976; CHANDLER, R. F. & WHISKER J. B. The Kentucky Pistol, Bedford 1994; WILSON, R.L., The Peacemakers, New York 1992; HARTZLER, D. & WHISKER, J. U.S. Martial Single Shot Pistols, Pennsylvania 1997; LORD, F. Civil War Collector's Encyclopedia, New Jersey 1963; DILLIN, J. The Kentucky Rifle, New York 1946; MADIS, G. The Winchester Book, Brownsboro 1979; and another volume
(8)
Estimate: 200-250

Nil

    

80

367

LAKING, Guy F. A Catalogue of the Armour and Arms in the Armoury of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, now in the Palace, Valetta, Malta, London 1903.
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

200

368

LAKING, G. A Record of European Armour and Arms through Seven Centuries… with an Introduction by the Baron De Cosson, London 1920-22. 5 Volumes, titles printed in red and black, half tone illustrations. Original buckram with red cloth gilt lettering-pieces (spines darkened); CRIPPS-DAY, H. A Record of Armour Sales 1881-1924, London 1925; MANN, J. G. Studies in European Armour, Cambridge 2003
(7)
Estimate: 500-700

Nil

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400

369

LAVIN, J. A History of Spanish Firearms, London 1965; NEAL, W. K. Spanish Guns and Pistols, London 1955; DI CARPEGNA, N. Firearms in the Princes Odescalchi Collection in Rome, Rome 1975; GRAELLS E. Les Armes de Foc de Ripoll, Spain 1983; GAIBI, A. Armi da Fuoco Italiane, Milan 1968
(5)
Estimate: 100-150

Nil

    

30

370

LÖWY, J. Album Hervorragender Gegenstände aus der Waffensammlung des allerhöchsten Kaiserhauses: herausgegeben mit Genehmigung des hohen Oberstkämmerer-Amtes seiner K.u.K. apostolischen Majestät, Vienna 1894 (2 volumes), later cloth covered boards
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

200

371

MEYRICK, Samuel R. A Critical Inquiry into Antient Armour, London 1874 (3 vols), three-quarter leather binding gilt
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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300

372

NEAL, W. K. & BACK, D.H.L., The Mantons: Gunmakers, London 1967; GEORGE, J.N. English Pistols & Revolvers, North Carolina 1938; GEORGE, J.N., English Guns & Rifles, Harrisburg 1947; BLACKMORE, H.L. Royal Sporting Guns at Windsor, London 1968; TAYLERSON, A. The Revolver 1889-1914, London 1970; AKEHURST, R. Sporting Guns, London 1972; DIXON, N., Georgian Pistols, The Art and Craft of the Flintlock Pistol, 1715-1840, London 1971; WHITELAW, C. Scottish Arms Makers, London 1977; CALDWELL, D. Scottish Weapons & Fortifications 1100-1800, Edinburgh 1981; METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. Early Firearms of Great Britain and Ireland, Connecticut 1971; BLACKMORE, H. British Military Firearms 1650-1850, London 1961; GLENDENNING, I. British Pistols and Guns 1640-1840, London 1951; ROGERS H. Weapons of the British Soldier, London 1960; ATKINSON, J. Duelling Pistols, London 1964; BLACKMORE, H. English Pistols, London 1985
(15)
Estimate: 150-250

Nil

    

260

373

NORMAN, A. The Rapier and Small-Sword, 1460-1820, London 1980; OAKESHOTT, R. The Sword in the Age of Chivalry, London 1981; MÜLLER, H. & KÖLLING, H. Europäische Hieb-Und Stich-Waffen, Berlin 1981; COPE, A. (Editor), Swords and Hilt Weapons, London 1993; GILKERSON, W. Boarders Away, Rhode Island 1991; PEIRCE, I. Swords of the Viking Age, Woodbridge 2002; THOMPSON, L. Daggers and Bayonets, a History, Staplehurst 1999; LEWERKEN, H. Kombinations Waffen Des 15.-19. Jahrhunderts, Berlin 1989
(8)
Estimate: 120-180

Nil

    

80

374

PETERSON, H. The Book of the Gun, London 1962; ROSA, J. G. & MAY, R. The Pleasure of Guns, London 1974; JACKSON, H. European Hand Firearms of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth & Eighteenth Centuries, London 1959; RICKETTS, H. Firearms, London 1972; BLACKMORE, H. Guns and Rifles of the World, London 1965; MÜLLER, H. Guns Pistols and Revolvers, London 1981; WILKINSON, F. Firearms, the History of Guns, Leicester 1981; LINDSAY, M. One Hundred Great Guns, United Kingdom 1968
(8)
Estimate: 150-200

Nil

    

    

375

PETERSON, H. L. The Book of The Gun, London 1962; BAILEY, D. W., HOGG, I., BOOTHROYD, G. & WILKINSON, F. Guns and Gun Collecting, London 1972; HOGG, I. V. An Illustrated History of Firearms, London 1980; RILING, R. The Powder Flask Book, New York 1953; GARDNER, R. E. Small Arms Makers, New York 1963; HELD, R. The Age of Firearms, a Pictorial History, London 1957; WILKINSON, F. Antique Firearms, Enfield 1977; WESLEY, L. Air-Guns and Air-Pistols, London 1971, SWENSON, G.W.P. Pictorial History of the Rifle, London 1971; BAXTER, D. R. Blunderbusses, Harrisburg 1970; BOOTHROYD, G. Gun Collecting, London 1961; BOSTON, N. Old Guns and Pistols, London 1958; WILKINSON, F. The World's Great Guns, London 1977; ROSA, J. G. & MAY, R. The Pleasure of Guns, London 1974; AKEHURST, R. The World of Guns, London 1972; HERMANN, W. & WAGNER, E. L. Battenberg Antiquitäten-Kataloge Alte Waffen, Munich 1979; JACKSON, H. J. European Hand Firearms of the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries, London 1959
(16)
Estimate: 120-180

Nil

    

80

376

RAWSON, P. The Indian Sword, London 1968; BALDWIN, J. Tomahawks, Pipe Axes of the American Frontier, Michigan 1995; ROBINSON, H. The Armour of Imperial Rome, London 1975; SPRING, C. African Arms and Armour, London 1993; MEYER, A. Oceanic Art, Cologne 1995
(5)
Estimate: 80-100

Nil

    

20

377

ROUVEYRE, Edouard. (Editor) Le Cabinet D'armes de Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, Duc de Dino, Paris 1901, 23 plates, covered boards
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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500

378

SKELTON, J. Engraved Illustrations of Antient Arms and Armour, Oxford 1830 (2 Volumes)
Estimate: 400-600

Nil

    

300

379

STONE, George S. A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armour in all countries and in all times, together with some closely related subjects, New York 1961, in its slipcase; GARDNER, J. S. Armour in England from the Earliest Times to the Seventeenth Century, London 1898, gilt cloth covered boards; BLACKMORE, H.L. The Armouries of the Tower of London, I Ordnance, London 1976; DIXON, N. Georgian Pistols, the Art and Craft of the Flintlock Pistol, 1715-1840, London 1971; MAY, W. E. & ANNIS, P. G. W. Swords for Sea Service, London 1970 (Volume 1); BELOUS, Russell E. Arms and Armour, Los Angeles 1969, in its slipcase; HOWE, James V. The Modern Gunsmith, New York 1946 (2 Volumes); and two further volumes
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

200

380

THORDEMAN, Bengt. Armour from the Battle of Wisby 1361 (2 volumes), Uppsala 1939, cloth covered boards

Provenance: Henk Visser
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

    

381

TRAPP, O. The Armoury of the Castle of Churburg, London 1929, presented to Anthony North, inside cover inscribed and signed by Claude Blair
Estimate: 300-400

Nil

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300

382

WILSON, R.L. The Colt Heritage, London 1979; SUTHERLAND, R. & WILSON, R. The Book of Colt Firearms, Kansas City 1971; HAVEN, C. & BELDEN, F. A History of The Colt Revolver, New York 1940; SERVEN, J. Colt Firearms from 1836, Santa Ana 1954; KENTUCKY RIFLE ASSOCIATION, The Kentucky Rifle, Washington 1985; LINDERT, A. Gunmakers of Indiana, U.S.A 1968; FRITH, J. & ANDREWS, R. Antique Pistol Collecting, London 1960; ROSA, J. Guns of the American West, London 1985; BROWN, M. Firearms in Colonial America, Washington 1980; SAIGN, R. S., DONALDSON R. & FIET, F. The Stagecoach Museum, Minneapolis 1978; BRADLEY, W. The Civil War, New York 1990; CAREY, A. American Firearms Makers, New York 1953; KARR, C.L & KARR,C. R. Remington Handguns, New York 1960; SWORD, W. Firepower from Abroad, Rhode Island 1986; FULLER, C. & STEUART, R. Firearms of the Confederacy, Huntington 1944; GLUCKMAN, A. United States Martial Pistols and Revolvers, Buffalo 1944; SELLERS, F. The William M. Locke Collection, Dallas 1973
(17)
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

150

383

WISE, A. The History and Art of Personal Combat, London 1971; MOORE, W. Weapons of the American Revolution and Accoutrements, New York 1967; DE RIAZ, Y. The Book of Knives, New York 1981; SERVEN, J. Conquering the Frontiers, Arizona 1974; DAVIS, W. Brothers in Arms, London 1995; PETERSON, H. American Knives, New York 1958; FORTÓN, R. Antique Clasp Knives, Spain 2003; DOMENECH, A. Exhibition Knives, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, the Samuel Setian Collection, Buenos Aires 1999; TWEEDALE, G. The Sheffield Knife Book, Sheffield 1996; WASHER, R. The Sheffield Bowie & Pocket-knife markers 1825-1925, Nottingham 1974; LEVINE, B. Knifemakers of Old San Francisco, Colorado 1998; PALMER B., MORAN J. & PHILLIPS, J. Bowie Knives of the Ben Palmer Collection, New Jersey 1992; EVANS, R. The Plug Bayonet, Shipley 2002; COMMAGER, H. Illustrated History of the American Civil War, London 1982
(16)
Estimate: 100-150

Nil

    

50

384

ZYGULSKI JUN, Z. Husaria Polska, Warsaw 2000; HELD, R. (Editor), Art, Arms and Armour, an International Anthology, Chiasso 1979, Volume 1; THOMAS, B., GAMBER, O. & SCHEDELMANN, H. Arms and Armour, London 1964; ORTIZ, A. D., CARRETERO, C. H. & GODOY, J. A. Resplendence of the Spanish Monarchy, New York 1991; HELD, R. A Review of 162 Antique Arms and Pertinent Objects, Lugano 1976; GIORETTI, G. A Guide to the Arms and Armour Collection in Cesta Castle San Marino, San Marino 1969; Weapons of the Collection of Peter the Great, Moscow 1995; SCHÖBEL, J. Princely Arms and Armour, London 1975; GUTOWSKI, J. Tartar Arms and Armour, Warsaw 1997; TAVARD, C. H. Le Livre des Armes and Armures de l'Antiquité au Grand Siècle, Milan 1977; DEMMIN, A. Die Kriegswaffen in Ihren Geschichtlichen Entwickelungen, 1964; WATKINS, J. (Editor), Studies in European Arms and Armour, Philadelphia 1992; KRENN, P. & KARCHESKI, W. J. Imperial Austria, Treasures of Art, Arms and Armour from the State of Styria, Munich 1992; HELD, R. (Editor), Arms and Armour Annual, Chicago 1973; WAGNER, E., DROBNA, Z. & DURDIK, J. Tracht, Wehr und Waffen, 1957
(15)
Estimate: 150-250

Nil

    

250

385

A FINE AND RARE GERMAN ETCHED AND GILT COMB MORION OF THE SAXON TRABANTENLEIBGARDE OF THE CHRISTIAN II, ELECTOR OF SAXONY (1591-1611)
with tall skull formed in one piece and rising to a roped comb, the base encircled by a row of sixteen gilt-brass lion's masks over lining-rivets, each with a ring in its mouth (two rings missing), narrow brim rising to a point at the front and rear, decorated at its edges with a roped inward turn, struck with Nuremberg mark and the maker's mark, a pair of shears, at the front, fitted at the rear with gilt-brass plume-holder cast and chased in high relief as a female herm, the skull decorated with etched and gilt bands of interlaced foliate scrollwork encircling the figure of Mutius Scaevola before Porsena on one side and Marcus Curtius leaping into the gulf on the other, the comb with further etched and gilt bands of running foliage and a central-cabled medallion framing, on the respective faces, the arms of the Dukes of Saxony and the Archmarshallship of the Holy Roman Empire, the brim decorated with etched and gilt bands of running scrolls, complete with its original cheek-pieces comprising three lames on the left and two on the right (one missing), each etched and gilt with bands of running foliage around its border and fitted at its centre with a gilt-brass foliate boss over an iron rivet, and retaining much original gilding throughout
30cm; 11 3/4in high

Provenance
The Saxon Electoral Armoury, Dresden
Colonel Norman Colville, sold Sotheby & Co., 12th June 1953, lot 66

The maker's mark is perhaps that of the Nuremberg master Martin Schneider (Müller & Kunter 1984, pp. 263-5 and 269). A shield struck with the same mark was sold in these rooms, 8th December 2012, lot 178.

This helmet belongs to a distinctive group which was first made for the Trabantenleibgarde of the Elector August I of Saxony (1553-86) and continued to be used, and possibly added to, in the time of his successors Christian I (1586-91) and Christian II (1601-11). Originally this would have matched the black doublets and yellow trunk hoses of the uniform of the guards. A large number of helmets from this group, which may have included the present example, were removed from the Electoral armoury in the 1830s and sent to the State Opera House in Dresden for theatrical use, many of which were seen there by Bashford Dean in 1912. See H. Nickel 1989, pp.117-21 and I. Eaves 2002, pp. 149-150.
Estimate: 14000-18000

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26000

386

A RARE SOUTH GERMAN CLOSE HELMET FOR THE TOURNEY, CIRCA 1590, AUGSBURG OR DRESDEN
of notable weight, formed of a rounded skull rising to a high roped medial comb, pierced at the rear of the neck with six small rivet-holes for the attachment of a missing plume-holder and to either side of it with four lace-holes, visor, upper bevor and bevor attached by common pivots with domed heads, the visor with a prominent step beneath its single broad vision-slit and a spring-catch at the right side (pull missing), upper bevor with roped upper edge, pierced at its left side with twenty-six small circular ventilation holes arranged in three concentric circles and at the right side with a similar arrangement of twenty-four holes, the right side secured by a spring-catch with button release, the bevor fitted with a threaded bolt and retaining its wing-nut for the attachment of a reinforce, lower bevor shaped to the chin and secured to the right of the skull by a spring-catch with push-button release and fitted with pivotted prop for the upper bevor, the lower edges of the skull flanged outwards to receive missing gorget-plates (one small patched repair at the nape of the neck), and the left side of the skull showing numerous cuts from a rebated sword
27cm; 10 3/4in high

Provenance
The Property of a Gentleman, sold Sotheby & Co., 31st July 1951, lot 67.

The strongly stepped visor, the provision for a reinforce, the overall form and the weight of this helmet is reminiscent of the well known group of armours made for the Elector Christian I of Saxony (1560-91). Several complete armours of this type are still preserved in Dresden and were used for tournaments until just before the Second World War. See E. Haenel 1923, pl. 9.
Estimate: 14000-18000

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18000

387

A NORTH ITALIAN MORION IN THE 'SPANISH' FASHION, CIRCA 1580
with tall one-piece almond-shaped crown rising to a short 'stalk' at its apex (repaired) and 'swept' integral brim rising to an acute point at the front and the rear, its edges decorated with file-roped inward turns accompanied by narrow recessed borders (the right side with a slight loss), the base of the crown encircled by sixteen brass-capped lining-rivets and fitted at the nape with two further such rivets retaining a later brass plume-holder with punched ornament, the whole decorated on a formerly black from the hammer ground with later linear etching retaining much gilding, and including at each side of the crown the date 1600 and a coat-of-arms suspended from stylised acanthus foliage at its apex, and elsewhere, plain bands
26.4cm; 10¼in high

Provenance
Sotheby's, Billingshurst, 15 July 1997, lot 41
The arms are possibly those of the Tyrolese family of Bredel

Estimate: 1500-2500

20%

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1800

388

A ZISCHÄGGE IN GERMAN 17TH CENTURY STYLE
with hemispherical one-piece skull embossed with six radiating ribs, fitted at its apex with a star-shaped washer and pieced finial, at its brow with a flat obtusely-pointed peak struck at the front with an indistinct mark and pierced at the rear beneath a staple and locking-screw with a slot for a missing sliding nasal-bar, at its nape with an obtusely-pointed neck-guard of four lames, and at its sides with scutiform cheek-pieces each pierced with seven ventilation holes in rosette-formation, the main edges of the helmet formed with plain inward turns, and the locking-screw at the brow fitted with a brass inventory disc stamped 7YD
29.5cm; 11½ in high

Estimate: 400-700

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850

389

A FINE NORTH ITALIAN CLOSE HELMET WITH ETCHED AND GILT DECORATION, CIRCA 1590, PROBABLY MILANESE
with one-piece skull rising to a moderately high roped medial comb, and visor, upper bevor and bevor attached to it by common pivots with radially-fluted heads (replaced), the visor with strongly-stepped centrally-divided vision-slit, pierced at its right side to receive a missing lifting-peg, the prow-shaped upper bevor pierced at its right side with nine small circular ventilation-holes in rosette-formation and secured to the right of the bevor by a swivel-hook and pierced stud, and three rounded gorget-plates front and rear (the lowest at the front restored), the main edges of the helmet decorated with cabling (a small section missing from the lower front edge of the rear gorget-plates) and its surface etched on a stippled and gilt ground with bands and borders of trophies of arms enclosed by narrower bands of cabling (lightly patinated overall)
38.5cm; 15¼in high

Provenance
Sotheby & Co, 4th May 1964, lot 24
Estimate: 10000-15000

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16500

390

A COMPOSITE NORTH ITALIAN CAP-A-PIE ARMOUR WITH LATER ETCHED AND GILT DECORATION, LATE 16TH CENTURY
comprising deep reinforcing bevor (restored) formed in two pieces with circular ventilation-holes at the right, earlier gorget of three lames front and rear, breastplate of peascod fashion with holes for a lance-rest and reinforce, and fitted with movable gussets at the arm-openings and a skirt of two lames supporting a pair of pendent tassets each of four lames(restored), earlier German backplate with culet of three lames divisible beneath the first, large asymmetrical pauldrons, the left with threaded holes for a reinforce, each attached by a turning-pin to a vambrace comprising turner (upper lames in each case lacking), and tubular upper and lower cannons articulated by small bracelet couters of three lames (the right couter and lower cannon each patched and the latter lacking its lower edge), and cuisses of four lames connected by winged poleyns of four lames to ankle-length tubular greaves each pieced around their lower edges with holes for the attachment of mail shoes, all parts decorated at their main edges with roped inward turns and on their surfaces with bands and borders of running foliage enclosed in the case of former by bold engrailing, now worn in part; mounted on a blackened wooden stand with rectangular base and fitted with a mail breech

Provenance
Countess of Craven, Sotheby & Co., 6 December 1965, lot 41 (armour)
Hew Kennedy (reinforcing bevor)

It has been suggested that this armour was that worn by the William Craven 2nd Earl of Craven in Eglinton Tournament of 1837, although an armour supposedly worn by him on that occasion was exhibited in the Gothic Exhibition of 1840.

The decoration of the armour closely resembles that found on a partly restored harness acquired by the Duke of Westminster for his collection at Eaton Hall, Cheshire, from the London dealer Samuel Luke Pratt in the mid-19th century, and subsequently transferred to the Royal Armouries in 1953. A further armour bearing the same design, also from Pratt, is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Decoration of a similar kind is to be recorded, moreover, on additional detached pieces in the Royal Armouries, Leeds, the Real Armeria, Turin, and the Higgins Armoury Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Estimate: 10000-14000

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