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Publisher: The National Museum in Cracow and the Association of the Lovers of Old Arms and Uniforms: 1988
Seller ID: 56286
Condition: Very Good
Paperback; edge of pages yellowed otherwise very good in card covers. Polish text with English Summary. ; Includes: ROLKA SZTOKHOLMSKA / THE STOCKHOLM ROLL SUPPLEMENT - a fold-out supplement to Volume IX, X. ; 220 pages View more info
Publisher: Glasgow Art Gallery and Museums Association: 1969
Seller ID: 64993
Vol XIII No.2 1969. Booklet; edge of pages yellowed otherwise good in marked and foxed card covers. ; Five articles: Armour Made in the Royal Workshops at Greenwich: Style and Construction by Ortwin Gamber; Boutet Pistols in the Scott Collection by William Reid; Some Eighteenth-Century Civilian Swords by A. V. B. Norman; A Cuirassier Armour in the Scott Collection by Claude Blair; A Greek Hoplite Helmet in the Scott Collection by J. G. Scott. Illustrated. ; 40 pages View more info
By: Borg, Alan.
Publisher: HMSO: 1979
Seller ID: 64991
Booklet; dent to corner of pages, otherwise good in scuffed and creased card covers. Second edition. ; An illustrated introduction tracing developments from 1000 to 1700, based on examples in the Royal Armouries collection. Over 50 b/w and colour photographs. ; 32 pages View more info
Publisher: Royal Armouries: 2002
Seller ID: 64970
Paperback; very good in creased card covers. ; Pictorial study of some of the children's weapons and armours from the Royal Armouries collection. Includes suits of armour, swords, firearms, and miniature toy guns and armours. Guide inspired by the exhibition held 2002-04 at Leeds, Fort Nelson, and in The White Tower. ; 48 pages View more info
Publisher: Frontline Books: 2017
Seller ID: 64982
Condition: Good in Good dust jacket
Hardback; a new copy unfortunately boards punctured with corresponding pin-hole to first few pages and dustjacket, otherwise a good clean copy. ; Battlefield armour, tournament and parade armour from 753 BC to AD 565. Includes examples of helmets, face masks, and horse armour. Illustrated with 19 colour plates by Andrey Negin, and over 300 colour photographs. ; 343 pages View more info
Publisher: HMSO: 1968
Seller ID: 64994
Condition: Good with no dust jacket
Hardback without dustjacket; bookplate to paste-down, edge of pages yellowed otherwise good in faded blue cloth boards. ; Pictorial study illustrating nearly four hundred pieces of armour, helmets, and cuirasses from the Tower Armouries. Illustrated with 164 b/w plates. Unpaginated. View more info
Publisher: Defoe Publishing / Bison Books: 1988
Seller ID: 64491
Condition: Very Good in Fair dust jacket
Hardback; very good in creased, torn and part-missing dustjacket. Reprint. ; The evolution of arms and armour from the origins of the knight, to the decorative tournament suits of the sixteenth century. Well illustrated with b/w & colour photographs and contemporary illustrations; with glossary. ; 192 pages View more info
By: Gardner, J. S.
Publisher: Seeley and Co. Ltd.: 1898
Seller ID: 39694
Condition: Poor with no dust jacket
First edition. Hardback without dustjacket; exlib, usual library stamps, marks and creases to pages, a few pages loose but complete; library boards discolourd and scuffed. A tatty reference copy only. ; An introduction to arms and armour; includes a chapter on firearms and gunlocks by Major V. A. Farquharson. Illustrated with eight colour plates; 44 illustrations in the text. ; 96 pages View more info
By: Hayward, J. F.
Publisher: HMSO: 1951
Seller ID: 64992
Victoria & Albert Museum Illustrated Booklet No.5. Paperback; pages yellowed and creased, otherwise good in yellowed card covers. First edition. ; Examples of 16th and 17th Century armour from the Victoria and Albert Museum. With 32 b/w photographs of helmets, gauntlets, shields and horse furniture. ; 58 pages View more info
Publisher: HMSO: 1970
Seller ID: 31061
Booklet; very good in lightly marked card covers. Revised edition. ; A guide aimed at visitors to the Armouries in the Tower of London. Illustrated with b/w photographs of original weapons and armour; line drawings, and four pages in colour. ; 44 pages View more info
By: Norris, John.
Publisher: Pitkin Unichrome: 2001
Seller ID: 64990
Booklet; very good in card covers. ; A brief illustrated introduction to the development of arms, armour and weapons over 2000 years; from the Romans to the First Gulf War. Illustrated with colour photographs and b/w illustrations. ; 28 pages View more info
By: Price, Brian R.
Publisher: Paladin Press: 2000
Seller ID: 65486
New paperback copies. ; A working handbook for making 14th century medieval armour. A practical course in the tools and techniques of the modern armourer's art. Over 1000 photographs of medieval and modern designs. ; 508 pages View more info
By: Richardson, T.
Publisher: Royal Armouries Monograph: 2004
Seller ID: 64542
Paperback; otherwise good in lightly creased card covers. ; Study of surviving Civil War armour and helmets of the London Armourers Company; matching the makers marks with the individual armourers recorded in the Company's records. With details on the armourers themselves. Over 140 photographs, including close-up details. ; 104 pages View more info
By: Robinson, B. W.
Publisher: HMSO: 1970
Seller ID: 64989
Victoria & Albert Museum Illustrated Booklet No.6. Booklet; gift inscription to endpaper, otherwise good in lightly marked card covers. Third impression. ; Japanese swords, sword furniture, armour, helmets, firearms, cannon and edged weapons. With 18 pages of text and 26 b/w plates. ; 44 pages View more info
By: Robinson, H. R.
Publisher: HMSO: 1965
Seller ID: 36765
Booklet; corners of a few pages dented otherwise good in creased card covers. ; Japanes armour from the fourth century AD to 1867. With 17 b/w plates, illustrations and one colour plate. Glossary of Japanese technical terms. ; 45 pages View more info
By: Robinson, H. R.
Publisher: Herbert Jenkins Limited: 1967
Seller ID: 46994
Condition: Fair in Fair dust jacket
Hardback; tape mark to front paste-down; blemish and yellowing to edge of pages, crease to corners of a few pages, in yellowed, torn, marked and creased dustjacket. A good reference copy. ; The Arms & Armour series. The development of military equipment in the principle countries of the Orient. With 52 pages of b/w photographs, and 112 line drawings. ; 257 pages View more info
Publisher: Arms & Armour Press: 1969
Seller ID: 53976
Condition: Good in Fair dust jacket
Hardback; light foxing to a few pages otherwise very good in tape-marked and creased dustjacket. ; Majority of the study features examples from the Edo period, from 1614 to 1867. Armour, helmets, swords and dirks, arrow heads and guns. With 54 pages of text, 24 colour plates, 112 b/w plates, and 43 line drawings. View more info
By: Scott, J. G.
Publisher: Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries.: 1980
Seller ID: 21609
Booklet, very good in marked and creased card covers. ; Examples from the Kelvingrove museum collection. Swords, firearms, crossbows etc. Illustrations & photographs. ; 40 pages View more info
Publisher: Oxbow Books: 2012
Seller ID: 58713
New paperback copies at a reduced price; published £25.00.; An examination of the metals the armour was made of, how the ores containing those metals were extracted from the earth and transformed into workable metal; and how the raw product was made into armour. With over 100 illustrations. ; 180 pages View more info
Publisher: Dover: 1999
Seller ID: 64975
Paperback; good in creased card covers. ; Unabridged reprint of the 1934 edition. An A-Z of 10,000 different kinds of weapons, armour and military equipment; from 'Abbasi (a straight-bladed Rajput sword) to Zumbai (a Japanese sling). Over 4500 b/w photographs and drawings. ; 694 pages View more info