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Armor of Sir James Scudamore  Jacob Halder  (English, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608)

Armor of Sir James Scudamore Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England Date: ca. Geography: Greenwich Culture: British, Greenwich Medium: Steel, etched and gilt

Field Armor Probably of Sir John Scudamore or Armorer: Made…

Field Armor Probably of Sir John Scudamore (1541 or 1542–1623) Jacob Halder  (British, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608)

Field Armor Probably of Sir John Scudamore or Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England

Thumbnail image of Three quarter armour, of William Herbert Earl of Pembroke, or Henry Herbert Earl. The right gauntlet is restored and the backplate is missing. English, Greenwich, about 1550

Field Armour of Sir Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst    Royal Workshop, Greenwich    Date: 1587    Place: Greenwich, England        Materials and Techniques: Steel, leather, brass and gold    Dimensions: Weight 32.03 kg        Museum Number: The Wallace Collection, A62

Field Armour of Sir Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst Royal Workshop…

Armour of Lord Buckhurst, the only full suit of English armour in the Wallace Collection, one of the finest surviving 16th-century English armours in the world, probably made around 1587, in the Greenwich workshops established by Henry VIII between 1511-13, at a time when the German, Italian and Flemish masters controlled the bulk of the armour-making industry in Europe. By the second half of the 16th century the armourers at Greenwich ranked as their equals in armour-making skill and…

The Greenwich Field Armour of Lord Buckhurst Wallace Collection

Almain Armourer’s Album The Jacob Album The Earle of Rutlande in black & The Earle of Bedforde in white Jacob Halder (designer) Greenwich England 1557-1585

The Almain Armourer’s Album; The Jacob Album; ‘The Earle of Rutlande’ in black and 'The Earle of Bedforde’ in white - Jacob Halder (designer) Greenwich, England Pen, ink and watercolour on.

"Black-and-White" Field Armor, c. 1560

Northern German "Black-and-White" Field Armor, c. 1560 For a Random Hallway to get spooked in the dark by, scooby doo style.

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