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Rare Book on Armour

The armoury of the Castle of Churburg in the South Tyrol is one of the most important to have survived near intact. It contains the armours of the Counts of Matsch and Trapp and some of the earliest pieces in existence not discovered by excavation. Oswald Trapp's 1929 catalogue, translated and contributed to by Sir James Mann opened up the armoury to scholars and became a landmark study. It was printed in limited numbers, the trade edition amounting to just 400 copies. The book is printed in large quarto (32x27cm), runs to some 324 pages and includes 72 superb full-page plates in addition to numerous line illustrations including reproductions of armourers' marks.

Code: 23388Price:

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Antique Zulu Spear

An authentic example of these sought after weapons

Code: 23387Price: 225.00 GBP

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1940 Child's 'Mickey Mouse' Gas Mask

A very good example of this iconic object

Code: 23386Price: 75.00 GBP

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Wylly, The Green Howards in the Great War

A working copy of the standard history

Code: 23385Price: 50.00 GBP

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Mint unissued 1937 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments

Code: 23384Price: 25.00 GBP

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Pre-WWI Army Bugle Call Book

Code: 23383Price:

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19th Century Desk Seal modeled as Napoleon

Code: 23389Price: 55.00 GBP

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Liverpool Scottish Cap Badge

Code: 23391Price: 15.00 GBP

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RAMC Cap Badge

Code: 23382Price: 8.00 GBP

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Rare King Edward's Horse Cap Badge

An example of the seldom encountered so-called 'spiked crown' variant

Code: 23380Price: 85.00 GBP

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