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Foot Combat Armour
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Foot Combat Armour

In medieval and early modern Europe, numerous regions and cities had a reputation as centres for the production of arms and armour. These centres included Paris, Nuremberg and Milan.

The sole English centre of any importance for the production of armour was the Royal Workshops at Greenwich, just outside London. This was establish by Henry VII in c.1515.

Foot combat tournaments became more popular by the 14th century. The armour used in such contests evolved, and by the 1500's foot combat armour covered nearly the entire body. This Foot Combat Armour is based on armour assembled for Henry VIII to wear at a tournament called 'The Field of the Cloth of Gold'.

This die-cast model measures 14cm including its wooden base. It is supplied in a clear acetate box with colourful historical information.

Product Code: WAH8
Brand: Westair
weight: 20 g
Product Condition: New
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